Christopher Milne

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This article is about the Australian actor. For the son of A.A. Milne, see Christopher Robin Milne.
Christopher Milne
Born (1950-05-24) 24 May 1950 (age 66)
Occupation Actor, writer

Chris Milne (born 24 May 1950) is an Australian actor and award-winning writer who has scripted numerous episodes of Prisoner and Neighbours, as well as appearing on the shows as a performer. He also originated the character of Philip Martin on the Australian soap opera Neighbours, in 1985 (when the program debut originally on Network Seven) before Ian Rawlings was cast in the role. He was also Ben Mazzini in Water Under The Bridge.[1]

Milne also acted in such films as the vampire film Thirst and Felicity.[2]

He has written children's books (ages 6–13) for many years and his Naughty Stories for Good Boys and Girls is a winner of The Young Australians Best Book Award. He recorded 13 of the stories for the BBC in London.[3][4]


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