Chris Perry-Metcalf

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Chris Perry-Metcalf
Born Chris Perry-Metcalf
(1989-01-11) 11 January 1989 (age 28)
Liverpool, England
Years active 2003–2014

Christopher "Chris" Perry-Metcalf (born 11 January 1989) is a former child actor who is best known for playing a Grange Hill pupil called Togger Johnson.

His character receives the nickname 'Togger' by the other classmates. His hobbies include football, (he supports Liverpool F.C.) and enjoys boxing, for which he trains several times a week. His favourite TV programmes are The O.C. and The Bill.

He admits he can't dance but likes to dance around his opponents in the ring. He appeared in a 2003 advert for Camelot Theme Park, which is based in Charnock Richard, Lancashire.

He appeared at the Bournemouth Nightclub Elements on 20 February 2007 to give away sweets and Valentines signed lips to the girls in the 13-17 night. He is in the 2008 series of BBC3's Celebrity Scissorhands, where celebrities learn to cut hair and do other beauty treatments, raising money for BBC Children In Need.

In 2009, he also played in a team against Morecambe Football Club for a friendly game, he is currently training as an mma fighter at the world-famous kaobon gym in Liverpool whose fighters include UFC fighters, Terry Etim, Paul Kelly, Paul Taylor, Paul Sass and recent debutant Mark Scanlon.

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