Chris Willsher

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Chris Willsher
Birth name Christopher Willsher
Born (1971-01-11) 11 January 1971 (age 49)
Ilford, London Borough of Redbridge, England
Genres Punk rock
Alternative rock
Anarcho punk
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter, writer, music promoter
Instruments Vocals, drums, kazoo, radiator washboard, keyboards, percussion
Years active 1989–present
Labels Ruptured Ambitions
Associated acts Bus Station Loonies, Oi Polloi, Husbands N Knives, Disorder, Harakiri Karaoke

Chris Willsher (born Christopher Willsher, 11 January 1971 in Ilford, England)[1]), is an entertainer, musician, punk singer, drummer, actor and writer of London Irish extraction, now residing in Plymouth.

His film appearances include The Necro Files: Lust Never Dies (Astaroth Entertainment, 1998) and The Other Side: Punx Picnic on Channel 4 (2000). Willsher also filmed a fantasy feature entitled Nightscape (Visual Deviance), released in 2010.

Whilst studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre and performance at the University of Plymouth, Willsher received a commendation award as the Xcel Performing Arts Student of 2008.[2] Since graduating in 2010, he is now a visiting lecturer.[3]


  1. ^ Chris Willsher on IMDb
  2. ^ United Kingdom. "Plymouth University". Retrieved 26 August 2014.
  3. ^ "BA (Hons) Theatre and Performance – Plymouth University". 14 August 2014. Retrieved 26 August 2014.
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