Christian Rodska


Christian Rodska played the supporting character of Ron Stryker, a rebellious biker sent to work at Follyfoot as a favour to his father to keep him out of trouble. Ron is good hearted but loves to make mischief and skive off work whenever possible. He's known to the local police and mixes with the local bad boys as well. Ron seems to know a lot of people, mostly from the more seedy side of society, but he has a strong streak of loyalty to Dora that sometimes conflicts with his actions. Ron appears to be roughly the same age as Steve, either 18 or 19, but that's unclear.

Christian was born on 5/9/1945 which made him 26 at the time of filming the Follyfoot series. Christian has had a 30 year career in British theatre, video plays, West end performances and TV series. He is also considered a premier voice actor for both radio plays and audio books, often working in partnership with Steve Hodson on several audio books narrations including:-

Death of the Tango (1990) by John Fletcher which received the Giles Cooper award in 1990
The Birdwheel (1993) by Geoffrey Parkinson - a BBC broadcast.
The Peer Gynt of Victoria Street (1994) by Geoffrey Parkinson


 Christian Rodska Filmography IMDb website


Christian reading love poems in Royal Crescent Bath 2009

Thanks to Rena for the image


Magazine Articles 

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TV and Film 


2015 - Casualty - Heart Over Head - Morris Coyle



2015 - Churchill: When Britain Said No - Documentary - Churchill


2013 - Family Tree - Country Life - Graham Chadwick



2011 - Inside the Titanic - Captain Edward Smith



2011 - Doctors - Colin Thomas



2009 - Doc martin - Driving Mr McLynn - Stu Mackenzie



2005 - Doc Martin -In Loco - Stu Mackenzie

Thanks to Garej for the screen caps



 1998 - The Round Tower - Dr Carr 



1985 - Tenko Reunion - TV Movie - Duncan Fraser

Thanks Linda for the screen caps 



1979 - In Loving Memory - Come Back Little Malcolm - Alec Crowther



1978 - The Tomorrow People - Achilles Heel Episode One - Cantor



1976 - The Likely Lads - Pump Attendant



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