Gloucester actor lands film role with Kevin Costner
EX-St Peter's School pupil Christopher Hatherall has landed a plum role in a TV series starring Kevin Costner.
The 35-year-old, from Hucclecote, will be hitting our screens tomorrow in the Emmy award-winning series Hatfields and McCoys. The three-part show also stars Bill Paxton and Sarah Parish.
Christopher started his career not on the stage but at Ecclesiastical Insurance for three years. He then got a first class degree in film studies at the University of Gloucestershire.
Shortly after, he became a member of Cheltenham's Playhouse Theatre and landed his first role.
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He said: "It was very nerve racking but thoroughly enjoyable. The rush was something I wanted to feel again." Since then he has landed himself roles in small budget films. He also has a supporting role in the yet-to-be released feature film Lost in Italy, in which he plays the younger version of Ray Winstone's character.
He said: "It was incredibly surreal to find myself acting in a scene with such big names. The series has been a huge hit in the USA and broken viewing records."
Hatfields and McCoys tells the true story of two feuding families in deep south of the US in 1863 to 1891.
It is aired on Channel 5 from tomorrow at 9pm.