Christopher Simpson

Highest Rated: 100% Mischief Night (2014)
Lowest Rated: 31% Chromophobia (2005)
Birthday: Jul 9, 1974
Birthplace: Not Available
An actor of Irish and Greek-Rwandan extraction frequently cast as Indian characters onscreen, Christopher Simpson landed the majority of his assignments in European productions. He began with a supporting role as an immigrant to Britain in a BBC enterprise, director Julian Jarrold's four-hour epic miniseries White Teeth (2002), then teamed up with British cause célèbre Michael Winterbottom for another supporting turn in the sci-fi-charged psychodrama Code 46 (2003). Similar roles followed in projects representing a wide array of genres, including Martha Fiennes' ambitious ensemble film Chromophobia (2005), Kayvan Mashayekh's sweeping, family-friendly adventure drama The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam (2005), and Penny Woolcock's immigrant-themed ensemble comedy Mischief Night (2006). In 2007, Simpson landed a starring role (one of his first) in Sarah Gavron's politically charged arranged marriage drama Brick Lane, as one helplessly drawn into a romance with the immigrant bride of another man.

Highest Rated Movies



100% Mischief Night Actor 2014
58% Day of the Flowers Actor 2013
67% Brick Lane Karim $1.1M 2008
No Score Yet My Enemy's Enemy Actor 2007
31% Chromophobia Derek 2005
41% The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam Hassan Sabbah 2005
50% Code 46 Paul 2004
No Score Yet Second Generation Sam 2003
No Score Yet White Teeth Actor 2003


No Score Yet Masterpiece
Millat Iqbal/Magid Iqbal
  • 2003


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