Christopher was mentioned in Vincent Delerm's song Cosmopolitan.
Christopher has a look-alike puppet on the French comedy show Les Guignols de l'info.
Christopher lived in Geneva, Switzerland with his family until the age of 16.
Christopher is most well known for his role as Conner MacLeod in The Highlander.
Christopher received the French Cesar award for Best Actor for his role in the Luc Besson film, Subway.
Christopher was a theater student at the Paris Conservatoire.
Christopher served in the French military.
Christopher worked at the London Stock Exchange before pursuing an acting career.
Christopher became interested in acting after appearing in a school play at the age of 12.
Due to the fact that his parents did a great deal of travelling, Christopher received his education in Swiss boarding schools.
Christopher's father is a Financial Expert for the United Nations.
Christopher's parents are French.
Christopher wrote the screenplay for the 1999 film, Resurrection.
Christopher has produced 14 major motion pictures.
Christopher has appeared in 56 major motion pictures.
Christopher has brown hair and blue eyes.
Christopher is 6' tall.
Christopher was scheduled to appear in the David Lean's Nostromo in 1991; however, the production came to a halt when Lean passed away.
Christopher dated Princess Stephanie of Monaco.
Christopher and Diane have one daughter, Eleanor Jasmine Lambert, who was born on September 5, 1993.
Christopher and Diane Lane were married from 1988 - 1994.
Christopher worked in a London branch of Barclay's Bank.
The intense gaze Christopher often has in his film roles is the result of Myopia.
Christopher Lambert: It may be a mistake to say this, but I know my limitations as an actor and I know what I can and can not do. Robert De Niro can do everything. I can't. A Highlander movie is basically my thing. What I'm attempting to do is develop my ability as an actor and try to be the best I can be in the fantasy/action genre. I would love to do a Rain Man but I think ultimately this is my thing.
Christopher Lambert: It's not a matter of becoming a superstar. Fame and money aren't the purpose of all this. No actor's going to say, "I don't want to be famous." But the main purpose for doing what I'm doing is the passion in the work.