Chris Jarman

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Chris Jarman is a British stage and television actor. He is the voice-over for E4's Tattoo Fixers. He is also known for providing the voice of The Mechanic in Thunderbirds Are Go. Jarman played Doctor Dillamond, and understudied the role of the Wizard of Oz, in the London production of the musical Wicked from 2018 to July 20, 2019.


Stage (selected)[1]
Production Role Location
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Rubeus Hagrid / The Sorting Hat West End (Palace Theatre) [2][3]
The Book of Mormon General West End (Prince of Wales Theatre) [4][5]
The Comedy of Errors Antipholus of Ephesus Royal National Theatre[6]
Sister Act Shank West End (London Palladium)
Gone With The Wind Big Sam West End (New London Theatre)
The Tempest Adrian Royal Shakespeare Theatre and West End (Novello Theatre)
Antony and Cleopatra Eros / Soothsayer Swan Theatre and West End (Novello Theatre)
Julius Caesar Metellus Cimber Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Wicked Doctor Dillamond / understudy Wizard West End (Apollo Victoria Theatre)
Film and TV[7]
Year Title Role
2020 The Lady of Heaven Bilal
2016–2020 Thunderbirds Are Go The Mechanic (voice) and other voices
2011 Johnny English Reborn Michael Tembe
2011 Doctor Who Dancer
2009 Sand Serpents Sgt. Wilson
2008 The Journey Home Sugar Daddy
2004 Churchill: The Hollywood Years U.S. Marine
2004 Spartacus Nordo
1998 Pirates Pirate


  1. ^ London Theatre Database Listing Archived June 2, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Marks, Peter (18 January 2017). "In London, Harry Potter embraces his loyal fans". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  3. ^ Jewell, Stephen (3 December 2016). "Review: Harry Potter and The Cursed Child - a wizard of a show". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  4. ^ Lunn, Matthew (24 September 2015). "REVIEW: The Book Of Mormon, Prince Of Wales Theatre". British Theatre. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  5. ^ Shuttleworth, Ian (25 March 2013). "The Book of Mormon, Prince Of Wales Theatre, London – review". The Financial Times. London, England. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  6. ^ Spencer, Charles (30 November 2011). "The Comedy of Errors, National Theatre, review". The Telegraph. London, England. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  7. ^ Internet Movie Database listing