Christopher Reynalds

Last updated 09 January 2020

Christopher Reynalds

Born: Saturday 13th December 1952 (age: 71)


Christopher Reynalds  is a British child actor of the 1960s and 1970s, a former member of the National Theatre and a formerCaterham 7 motor racing champion.

Reynalds trained at the Barbara Speak Stage School. He began his acting career in the 1968 film Oliver!. Other film appearances include Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969) and playing Little Billy in Roald Dahl's film The Night Digger (1971).

He appeared in the 1968 Doctor Who episode The Mind Robber. He played Bardell Jr. in the TV musical Pickwick (1969) with Harry Secombe, and in 1971 he played Alethorpe in an episode of the BBCs Play For Today called Alma Mater.

In the early 1980s Reynalds began to race in Formula Ford 1600s, progressing to the Caterham 7 by the late 1990s, in which he raced in Europe, winning the 2004 Autosport Caterham Eurocup Championship at Brands Hatch.

In 2008 Reynalds returned to Doctor Who as a Sontaran in the episodes The Sontaran Strategem and The Poison Sky (2008).