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'''Christopher Eccleston''' (born 16th February, 1964) is an [[English people|English]] [[acting|actor]] well-known for various roles in [[film]], [[theatre]] and [[television]]. He is best known in film for his work in ''Shallow Grave'' (1994, with [[Ewan McGregor]]), ''Jude'' (1996), ''Elizabeth'' (1998) and ''28 Days Later'' (2002). His television credits include ''Cracker'' (1993-1994), ''Our Friends in the North'' (1996), ''The Second Coming'' (2003, playing the [[Son of God]]), and the lead in the revived [[BBC]] [[science fiction]] series, ''[[Doctor Who (2000s-)|Doctor Who]]'' (2005) - a role he controversially relinquished after one season.
'''Christopher Eccleston''' (born 16th February, 1964) is an [[English people|English]] [[acting|actor]] well-known for various roles in [[film]], [[theatre]] and [[television]]. He is best known in film for his work in ''Shallow Grave'' (1994, with [[Ewan McGregor]]), ''Jude'' (1996), ''Elizabeth'' (1998) and ''28 Days Later'' (2002). His television credits include ''Cracker'' (1993-1994), ''Our Friends in the North'' (1996), ''The Second Coming'' (2003, playing the Son of God), and the lead in the revived [[BBC]] [[science fiction]] series, ''[[Doctor Who]]'' (2005) - a role he controversially relinquished after one season.

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Christopher Eccleston (born 16th February, 1964) is an English actor well-known for various roles in film, theatre and television. He is best known in film for his work in Shallow Grave (1994, with Ewan McGregor), Jude (1996), Elizabeth (1998) and 28 Days Later (2002). His television credits include Cracker (1993-1994), Our Friends in the North (1996), The Second Coming (2003, playing the Son of God), and the lead in the revived BBC science fiction series, Doctor Who (2005) - a role he controversially relinquished after one season.