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"reminiscent of Michael Sheen in his acting style... a star of the future"

- Musical Theatre Review

"brilliantly expressive with both his body and face... has an immense likeability"

- The Reviews Hub

"a rubber-faced delight"

- Time Out

"Dingli in that role is worth the admission alone."


"one of the most talented and versatile performers Malta has ever produced. "

- Best Buy Magazine

"one of our most energetic and versatile actors "

- Maltatoday

"exceptional pacing and impeccable comic timing"

- Times of Malta

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Award-winning actor, writer and comedian.

Chris trained at Webber Douglas Academy for Dramatic Arts in London and has spent the last decade working in the UK and Europe.

His stage and film work has seen him work with some of the world’s most recognisable names including Michael Bay, Rachel Weisz, Alejandro Amenábar, John Krasinski, Malcolm McDowell and Linda Gray.

His screen credits include 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (Paramount), Doctors (BBC), Girlfriends (ITV), Good Ship Murder (Channel 5), Blood on the Crown, Hackney's Finest, Paul Apostle of Christ and Sinbad (SKY). He starred in and was head writer of the TV series Comedy Knights TV Shorts.


Chris rose to prominence in his native Malta starring in the extremely popular TV soap Becky, as well as for his performances with the popular comedy troupe The Comedy Knights.


During the course of his career he has toured the length and breadth of the UK performing in  stage shows and Shakespeare plays, as well as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and a tour across North America.

An experienced voice over artist and primetime radio host, he has narrated audiobooks and voiced adverts for many international brands including banks, museums and high street retail stores.

His performance as Grand master Jean de La Valette won him the Best Actor award at the Malta International Theatre Festival in his self-penned one-man show, "Battleship."

Chris trained in classical acting at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. He completed the two-year course in 2006 after a rigorous training provided by the Academy’s tutors, which included Hilary Wood (Acting), Edward Clark (Movement), Caryll Ziegler (Speech), Lisa Akesson (Voice), Alison King (Cold Reading), Alison Cologna (Clowning) and Alison de Burgh (Stage Combat).​

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