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Muncke, Christopher

Christopher Muncke

There are several portraits of Chris at this site:
Bill Muncke - Portraits

Christopher Linn Muncke was born in 1942 in Chicago, IL. He had one brother, Bill Muncke, who became a photographer.
Muncke attended Hyde Park Career Academy, studied at the University of California at Berkeley where he graduated in 1966 with a degree in the Dramatic Arts, then went on to study acting at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.

Muncke retired from the film industry and became a teacher who continues to be beloved to this day.

Whoops! Apocalypse~1986 - Ron Horrocks - Readers Digest (White House Reporter) (see Actor Connections - Film)
Haunted Honeymoon~1986 - Announcer

D.A.R.Y.L.~1985 - Military Committee Member #2 (Committee Man #2)

The Razor's Edge~1984 - Kevin (see in the bottom photo with Star Wars alum Bruce Boa) (see Actor Connections - Film)

Who Dares Wins (The Final Option)~1982 - U.S. Security Man
How Sleep the Brave~1982 - Captain Hansen
Saturn 3~1980 - uncredited 2nd Crewman
Birth of the Beatles~1979 - Reporter

The Spy Who Loved Me~1977 - USS Wayne Weapons Officer (top pic: second from right looking at Shane Rimmer; bottom pic: right)

Nasty Habits~1977 - Gregory (see Actor Connections - Film)
Star Wars~1977 - Captain Edmos Khurgee - Death Star
Scorpio~1973 - CIA Agent (see Actor Connections - Film)

The Chief~1991 - Herr Neumann in 2.6
The Nightmare Years~1989 - Peter Butler in Parts 1-4
Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days~1989 - First Officer - Vanderbilt Yacht in Part 3 (see Actor Connections - TV)

The Great Escape II: The Untold Story~1988 - MP Captain at American Military Police HQ in Berlin

The Two Mrs. Grenvilles~1987 - Chauffer in 1.1, 1.2

Roman Holiday~1987 - Phil (seen here with Star Wars Radio alum, Ed Begley, Jr.) (See Actor Connections - Film)

Hold the Dream~1987 - Sonny Vickers in 1.1

Murrow~1986 - Joe Wershba - Journalist

Charters & Caldicott~1985 - Josh Darrell in:
     Northern Lights
     Will the Real Jenny Beevers?
     Mix Well and Serve (see Actor Connections - TV)
Ellis Island~1984 - Travis Crane in 1.1-1.3 (see Actor Connections - TV)

Master of the Game~1984 - Davis - Horse Trainer in 1.2, 1.3

The Last Day~1983 - Missionary (see Actor Connections - TV)
Philip Marlowe, Private Eye~1983 - Lou Harger in Finger Man (see Actor Connections - TV)

Take Three Women~1982 - John in Kate
Whoops! Apocalypse~1981 - Oswald Leinsdorf in Road to Jerusalem
Oppenheimer~1980 - (see Actor Connections - TV)
     General Kenneth Nichols in 1.6, 1.7
     Colonel Kenneth Nichols in 1.2-1.5
Running Blind~1979 - Courier in The Messenger Boy
A Life At Stake~1978 - CONTROL (see Actor Connections - TV)
Dylan~1978 - Professor Bloomer (see Actor Connections - TV)
BBC2 Play of the Week~1977 - Mr. Stevens in Exiles (see Actor Connections - TV)
Private Affairs: A Dream of Living~1975 - Richard
Sykes~1975 -
     Reporter from The Daily Bugle in Reporter
A Legacy~1975 - Lt. Putnitz in 1.5
The Fight Against Slavery~1975 - ? in One Man's Property (see Actor Connections - TV)

Microbes and Men~1974 - Schmidtz in The Search for the Magic Bullet
BBC2 Playhouse~1973 - Dr. Linder in The Joke

German Toothpaste

Pal Joey~1980-1981 - Mike ' Joey's Boss (Albery Theatre 1980, London, England, UK; New Half Moon Theatre 1980-1981; Noel Coward Theatre, London, England, UK) (see Actor Connections - Theatre)
P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!~1979 - Fred (Open Space Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, London, England, UK) Note: Directed by Richard Marquand (Return of the Jedi) (see Actor Connections - Theatre)
Spoon River Anthology~1979 - (Soho Poly Theatre, London, England, UK)
Player Piano~1978 - (Almost Free Theatre, London, England, UK) (see Actor Connections - Theatre) (Bill Bailey, Richard LeParmentier)
Bentley~1977 - ? (Bush Theatre/Roundhouse Theatre, London, England, UK) (see Actor Connections - Theatre)  (Jerry Harte)
?~1976 (Feb)- (ICA - Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, UK)
And They Used to Star in Movies~1975 - Barman (with Philip Sayer) (? Soho Poly Theatre, London, England, UK)
And They Used to Star in Movies~1975 - Barman (with Philip Sayer) (Swansea Grand Theatre, Swansea, England, UK)
Lenny~1975 - ? (Criterion Theatre, London, England, UK)
The Unknown Soldier and His Wife~1973 (1976, also?) - Unknown Soldier (New London Theatre, London, England, UK)
Kataki (The Enemy)~1972 - ? - American (with Rex Wei) (Dark & Light Theatre, Brixton, London, England, UK)
Macbeth~1970 - Malcolm (The Place Theatre, London Theatre Group, London, England, UK)
Metamorphosis~1969 - Leader of the Clerks/Lodger (Roundhouse Theatre, Chalk Farm, London, England, UK)
A Passage to India~1965 - Major Callendar (UC Berkeley, Alameda, CA)
Three Men on A Horse~1965 - Harry (UC Berkeley, Alameda, CA) (top left)

Theatre Producer

Utopia~1982 - ? in 2: The Female Messiah
The Bell Jar~1981 - Buddy
Happy Birthday, Wanda June~1980-81 - Woodly
The Monday Play~1979 -
     Jim Pocock in The Ambassadors (12 parts)
     Stone in Professional Force
Murder International~1976 - Horace Sanderson (see Actor Connections - Radio)

1972+ - Co-Founder/Co-Director/Member of Steven Berkoff's London Theatre Group at The Round House Theatre

1961 - Apprenticeship at Second City Theatre in Chicago, IL, US

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