Christian Charles Roberts was born on March 17, 1944 in Southmoor, Berkshire, England. He was educated at Cranleigh School, Surrey and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Roberts made his film debut in “To Sir, with Love” (1967), “The Anniversary” (1968) and his only Euro-western “The Desperados” (1969) as Adam Galt, with Jack Palance, Vince Edwards, George Maharis and Neville Brand.
Between 1972 and 1980 he acted in theater seasons at the Redgrave Theatre, Surrey; The Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre Royal, York; and the Watford Palace Theatre. In 1980 he joined the board of his family business, Job's Dairy, and was also a director of the Theatre Royal, Windsor. In 1988 he returned to acting and Produced and starred in "Return to the Forbidden Planet" (1990) and "From a Jack to a King", both in London's West End. In 1995 he went to live in Barbados in the Caribbean, where he now runs the famous "Lone Star" Restaurant and Hotel on the island's fashionable West Coast. He was last seen on television in the 1992 TV series “The Bill”.
Today we celebrate Christian Roberts 70th birthday.