- "Promise me you'll always remember-- you're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think."
- —Christopher Robin
- "Christopher Robin had toy animals to play with, and together they had many remarkable adventures in an enchanted place called the Hundred Acre Wood."
Christopher Robin is one of Winnie the Pooh's best friends (the other one being Piglet) and owner in the Pooh series and a good friend to all of the creatures within the Hundred Acre Woods. He is named after Christopher Robin Milne, the son of Pooh creator A.A. Milne. Christopher Robin is an imaginative and adventurous young boy who is also a very loyal friend. He was a key part of the classic Pooh storybooks and also featured in many stories and films of the Pooh television series and movies. In Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, Christopher Robin revealed that he had started attending school and so he wouldn't be able to see Pooh and the others as often, though he promised to visit them wherever he could.
Christopher Robin is almost always referred to by the full name of "Christopher Robin," though on rare occasions, the characters have been known to call him simply "Christopher." Many of the stories in the Pooh series open in Christopher Robin's Room and some even take place primarily in it.
Christopher Robin has brown hair. He wears a yellow shirt with a white collar, blue pants, white socks, and black Mary Jane shoes. He occasionally wears a light blue shirt with dark blue pants and a pair of red shoes.
In England, Christopher Robin and his family lived in a house. He had his room filled with stuffed animals (especially his bear named Winnie the Pooh). While Christopher Robin reading a storybook, he notices it was a magical book. Christopher Robin is very happy as he jump through the pages of the storybook and magically transported to a magical world called Hundred Acre Wood.
Christopher Robin is absent from several episodes of this series, but does appear on a semi-regular basis, as well as his mother.
Christopher Robin is only rarely seen in this series and when he does appear, is shown only from the neck down. To date, this is the only live-action performance of Christopher Robin. His mother can also be heard speaking from time-to-time in this series. She can be seen in the Stories from the Heart DVD and VHS release, but again, only from the neck down.
Christopher Robin's role is filled largely by his younger best friend, Darby, a bright, feisty and imaginative young red-headed girl who is now taking care of Pooh, Tigger and the gang in the Hundred Acre Wood while her older best friend is gone off to college. However, Christopher Robin did appear in two episodes of the series.
Christopher Robin said goodbye to his friends because he had to go to boarding school, which he was later expelled from for not being on task in class.
When he grew up he got married, had a girl named Madeline, and was drafted in World War II. He worked for a luggage company whose boss asked him to work that weekend even though his family was going to Sussex.
He was reunited with Winnie the Pooh who needed his help to find his friends. He hopped on a train to Sussex where he looked for his old friends in the Hundred Acre Wood, which was supposedly invaded by Heffalumps. He tells Winnie the Pooh that Heffalumps are not real. He discovers that his old friends were in a log and that the Heffalump noises were actually an old weather vane. He battles an imaginary Heffalump and his friends emerge from the log. He stumbles upon his family’s country home. His wife wants an explanation but he goes back to London.
He goes to his company’s meeting and discovers that his papers are missing. A woman tells him that there is an issue concerning him outside the meeting. He leaves the meeting to find Madeline who came to London with his old friends to give him his papers. As he is driving a car with his wife his old friends appear on the car window. His wife is confused but he says that he will explain the situation later. His old friends hop in the car and say hi to his wife, who is surprised that they can talk and is scared of their ability to do so.
Soon he finds Madeline who loses all of his papers but one. He discovers that he only needed the one she saved. So he goes to the meeting and suggests that they make their luggage cheaper so the working middle class could afford to go on more holidays. He also calls his boss a Woozle because he lied about what he was doing that weekend and made all of his employees do his work for him.
Finally, he and his family go to Sussex to visit his old friends. He and Winnie the Pooh talk in private.
Christopher Robin is completely absent from the Kingdom Hearts series. Instead, Sora seems to fill his role as a loyal human friend for Pooh, though, like Christopher Robin, Sora has other responsibilities that prevent him from paying more than brief visits to Pooh. Pooh tries to find a way to keep Sora from leaving the Wood, but Sora helps him to see that he will always have a place in his heart.
- Paul Tiesler - The Book of Pooh
- Brady Bluhm - Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving, Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You, Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving
- Tim Hoskins - The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Frankie J. Galasso (Singing Voice)
- Tom Wheatley and Kath Soucie - Piglet's Big Movie
- Edan Gross - Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too
- Tom Attenborough - The Tigger Movie
- William Green and Jeff Bennett - Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Speaking and singing voice)
- Jack Boulter - Winnie the Pooh (2011 film)
- Struan Erlenborn - My Friends Tigger & Pooh
- Ewan McGregor - Christopher Robin (Adult)
- Orton O'Brien - Christopher Robin (young)
- Sean Marshall - The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- In Arabic, Christopher Robin is named كريم أمين or Karim Amin in English letters, his first voice actor was Moawad Ismaiel when he was young, when he grew up, Ahmed Al Lozi took the voice of him only in The Tigger Movie, then he was played by Karim Gamil.
- In Flanders, Christopher Robin is named Janneman Robinson.
He is the only human main character in the series.