Christopher Worrall is a London-based Casting Director & Casting Associate.
Originally from the North-West, Christopher moved to London to train as an actor; studying on the BA Acting course at Central School of Speech & Drama before moving into a career in Casting. He learnt his craft under Alastair Coomer, as Casting Assistant at the Donmar Warehouse during Josie Rourke's tenure as Artistic Director. He then spent a year as Associate Casting Director to Jessica Ronane at The Old Vic Theatre before embarking on a freelance career.
As a freelancer, Christopher has cast for theatres up and down the country; including the National Theatre, Almeida Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Rose Theatre Kingston, Sheffield Theatres, Nottingham Playhouse, Leeds Playhouse, Theatre by the Lake and the Orange Tree Theatre.
Screen casting as an Associate includes Working Title Films and Blueprint Pictures adaptation of EMMA
and the much loved BBC series Call the Midwife.
Christopher is a member of The Casting Directors' Guild of Great Britain and Ireland. In 2023, he was nominated for a CDG Award for 'Best Regional Theatre Casting' for his work on Rock, Paper, Scissors at Sheffield Theatres.