Born October 14th, 1940 in Bala, Gwynedd, Wales, Christopher Timothy is one of Britain's best loved actors. Currently star of popular TV Drama, Doctors, Timothy found his place in the hearts of the British public when he played vet James Herriot in the BBC's adaptation of All Creature Great and Small. Starting in 1936 and ending some time in the early 1950s, the stories chronicle the lives of the vets in a small practice in the Yorkshire Dales.
Timothy's other television work includes Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em; Fly On The Wall; Kate; Spirit of Christmas; The Les Dawson Show; Jackanory Playhouse; See How They Run; The Kitchen; Three Sisters; The Moon Shines Bright On Charlie Chaplin; Twelfth Night; Julius Caesar; The Flaxborough Chronicles; Murder Most English. His film work includes Othello; Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush; Alfred The Great and The Virgin Soldiers. Christopher Timothy has also had a highly successful stage career and is author of Vet Behind The Ears.