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West End 2003 - 2004
Phillip Arran

Phillip's theatre credits include Singer in 'The Fleet's In' Theatre Royal Drury Lane and 'The Styne Way' London Palladium.  The Cat in 'Honk!' Landor Theatre, Chantal in 'La Cage Aux Folles' national tour, Rooster in 'Annie' and Cord Elan in 'Oklahoma!' Perth Thetare and 'The Minstrel Spectacular' Princess Theatre  , Torquay.  He has also appeared in pantomime in Swansea, Windsor, Dartford and The Isle of Man.  He spent three seasons as part of the Stadium Theatre Company with P & O Cruises and a season as Principal Vocalist on the MV Costa Riviera.  Phillip has appeared in cabaret and performed his solo show at the prestigious Hollywod Casino Club in Kyiv, Ukraine.  This show was subsequently televised and broadcast throughout Europe.  In 1996, he created his alter ego, CC Swan, to perform in revue shows in Funny Girls in Blackpool.  He has recently finished presenting a new series, 'Karaoke Queen' as CC Swan for ITV.  Other televison appearances include ITV's 'Presenters; Strips, Lies & Videotapes' and 'Around the World in 90 Days'.  His film credits include 'Gangster No.1', 'Entrapment' and 'Shadow Lands'.

David Wyatt

David trained  at Middlesex University gaining BA Honours in performing Arts. Whilst at college his credits include 'Sweeny Todd' playing the title role, 'A Chorus line' playing Paul, 'Little Shop of Horrors' playing Mr Mushnick, 'Assasins playing Charles Giteau and 'Cabaret' playing Clifford Bradshaw.  He also got the oppotunity to direct and choreograph Stephen Sondheim's 'Company ' at the Simmonds Theatre.  Theatre credits include 'Aesop' with the National Music Theatre, Wolf in 'Hair' (Bull Theatre, London), Jack the Ripper in  a new musical 'Blood on the Pavement' (Cockpit Theatre, Marylebone), Penthius in 'Licking the Stains Clean' based on 'The Bacchae' (Union Chapel, Islington) and Roger Lightfoot in 'Babes in the WOod' (Mercury Theatre, Colchester).  David has also spent a season as lead volcalist with Festival Cruises sailing all over Europe and Scandinavia, then went to sing for Centre Parcs at Oasis Whinfell Forest in Cumbria.  Most recently he played Nicholas Mears in a tour of a new musical 'Courtenay'.  David is delighted to be making his West End debut with the company of 'Joseph'.
West End  2004 & 2005
West End 2003
George Rae

George trained at The Ian Tomlin School of Music, Edinburgh (BMus), The Royal Academy of Music, London (PGDip Distinction, LRAM) and The University of Greenwich (PGCE).

As an actor, performing highlights include Disney's The Lion King where he played Timon for Sir Tim Rice at the Irish Premiere to great critical acclaim.  Additionally, he was the first Scottish Zazu in the history of the show and also played Ed and Pumbaa at certain performances.  West End/West End tours include: Benjamin in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Schlomo in Fame alongside Barbara Dickson and Rick in A Slice of Saturday Night alongside Norman Pace.  He toured the USA and Canada twice with productions of The Mikado and HMS Pinafore (Carl Rosa Opera Company).

Two seasons in repertory for Pitlochry Festival Theatre culminated in him winning the prestigious Leon Sinden Award, voted for by audiences to acknowledge and appreciate outstanding individual performances.  George won Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Tim in Noises Off.  Whilst at Pitlochry, he also created the role of George Campbell in the critically acclaimed Whisky Galore - A Musical!

Other notable productions include Sister Act (playing TJ), The Finborough production of The Wallace (playing Macduff), Michael Strassen's Company (playing David) and I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change!  Television includes An Enchanted Evening (BBC 3), The Queen's Golden Jubilee and Taggart. 

Most recently, George gained national critical appraisal for his portrayal of Otto Kringelein in Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse).
Visit George's website www.georgeraeactor.com/

UK Tour 2004
Phillip James
UK Tour 2005
Joshua Martin

Joshua graduated from the London School of Musical Theatre last year(2004)  before going on to his first job playing Tongs in 'Cinderella' Gaiety Theatre Isle of Man. Born in Wimbledon, Joshua attened youth theatre workshops for seven years and performed regularly at the Epsom Playhouse and Secombe Centre Theatre.  Joshua regularly produces and directs cabaret evenings and events and has recently formed Joshua Martin Entertainment.  As a producer his credits include 'Just You, Just Me', 'Songs for a Saturday Night' and 'Live at Battersae Barge'.  Previous performing credits include Joel Nyquist in 'Is There Life After School' Cochrane Theatre, Seymour Krelborn in 'Little Shop of Horrors' Epsom Playhouse and Touchstone in 'As You Like It' Secomne Centre Theatre.  He has also created the role of Andy Warhol in a new show' What's New Pussycat?', featuring the music of Burt Bacharach, which had its first performances at LSMT Studios in the summer.

UK Natuional Tour 2006
Andrew Fitzpatrick

Andrew trained at the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts.  Whilst at college, he performed in numerous shows and musicals including leading roles in 'The Pirates of Penzance' playing the role of the Major General, Man 2 in 'Songs for a New World' and Melvin P Thorpe in 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas', directed by Jimmy Johnson and Phyllida Crowley-Smith.  During his training, Andrew took part in various musical theatre workshops with Maureen Scott and Gavin lee.  He recently played the part of the Lion in 'The Wiz (Upstairs at the Gatehouse).
UK National Tour 2006
Simon Kingsley

Simon trained at Birmingham School of Acting.  Recent theatre includes 'Warwick Ghosts Alive' (Sudden Impact), Kenneth Williams in 'You're An Audience With..(Alan Grey), 'Romeo and Juliet' (Birmingham Royal Ballet), 'Spend, Spend, Spend' (Bob Eaton), Arthur/Gloucester in 'Seven Lears' (Oria O'Laughlin), Quack in 'Country Wife' (Graham Watts), Julian/Jess in 'The Dreaming' (Paul Clarkson) and Silly Billy in 'Mother Goose' (Hurricane Productions).  Television credits include Presenter on 'Bussed Out', Barbara in 'The Get Rich Project' and Thug/Victim in 'Crimestoppers' all for HTV Television as well regular workshops with Francois Gandolfi.  Recent radio includes Matt in 'Game Boy' (Alec Reid).  Short films include Man in 'The Arranged Time (Katy Connor/Scott Johnson) and Dieter in 'Light & Dark Water' (Daniel Whistler). Andrew is delighted to be part of the cast 'Joseph'.

UK National Tour - till July 2007
Conleth Kane

Conleth recently graduated from the Arts Educational School with BA hons Degree in Musical Theatre.  Early training includes National Youth Music Theatre, Ulster-Youth-Choir, Tribal Dance Company and Pistol Ltd.  Roles whilst in training included Arthur Kipps in 'Half a Sixpence', Mr Cellophane in 'And the World Goes Round', Schmitz in 'Seussical the Musical' and Bill Bailey in 'Cats'.  Theatre credits include Jack in 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (Armagh Theatre), Peter in 'Peter Pan' (Millennium Forum), Thomas Bouche in 'Down in the Valley' (Welsh National Opera), Prince Charming in 'Cinderella' (Waterfront Hall).  Conleth played the role of Nick in the workshop of Anthony Drewe and George Stile's new musical 'Soho Cinders'.  TV credits include Soloist in 'Heart and Soul' (BBC), Talent Winner in 'Children in Need' (BBC), plus various commercials. Conleth is thrilled to be joining the cast of 'Joseph'.
Kate Tydman

Training: Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse de Lorient in France where she grew up and a three-year musical theatre course at the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts, Kent.  Theatre includes: Evita (Adelphi), Cats (New London, also UK and international tour), Esther (Palace), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium), Mary Poppins (Prince Edward), Sleeping Beauty and Puss in Boots (Oxford Playhouse). Kate last appeared in Dora L’exploratrice (Zenith, Paris ). Workshops include: choreography and staging for Billy Budd ( London ) and Esther (Jermyn Street Theatre).  Recordings include: original live recording of Esther at the Palace Theatre.

West End 2007 - 2009
Kate Alexander

Training: Laine Theatre Arts.  Theatre includes: assistant dance captain for Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly), Love Shack (tour), dance captain for Footloose (tour), resident director/choreographer for Fame (tour/Edinburgh Playhouse), Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria), De La Guarda (Roundhouse), Boogie Nights (Savoy), Donna Sue Miller in Grease (Cambridge Theatre) and Fame (Cambridge Theatre). 
Television includes: Miss World Pageant, TFI Friday, Live and Kicking, The Mag and Blue Peter.
Tyman Boatwright

Training: Tyman comes from Swindon, Wiltshire. He trained at Thamesdown Dance Studios and Tanwood School of Dance. On graduating, Tyman joined Celebrity Cruises, aboard the M/V Galaxy and M/V Century.   Theatre includes: On the Town (ENO, Coliseum), ensemble and understudy Sonny in Grease (tour), Hip Hopper in Starlight Express (first UK tour), Tonight’s the Night – The Rod Stewart Musical (Victoria Palace), ensemble and understudy Joe Vegas in Fame (tour), ensemble and understudy Cesar and Chester in Saturday Night Fever (Köln, Germany, and Scandinavian arena tour), Jesus Christ Superstar (Vienna, Austria), Fame (Pattichion Amphitheatre, Cyprus) and Chicago (Baalbeck International Festival, Lebanon).
Television includes: featured dancer in Just the Two of Us, resident dancer on Keith & Orville’s Quack Chat Show and commercials as a child.

West End 2007 - 2009
West End 2007 - 2009 - Assistant Dance Captain
Simon Coulthard

Training: Italia Conti Academy, London.  Theatre includes: Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly), lead vocalist in Simply Ballroom (UK tour), Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain with Adam Cooper (Sadler’s Wells and Leicester Haymarket), Terry in Boogie Nights – The Musical (South Africa and New Zealand), Sidney Cohen in On Your Toes and Follies (RFH), Tom Freeman in Big Night Out (Watford Palace), Costermonger in My Fair Lady (NT and Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Eddie in Mamma Mia! (Prince Edward), Cats (New London), understudying and playing Roger, Sonny and Vince Fontaine in Grease (Dominion and Cambridge Theatres), Always (Victoria Palace), Boogie Nights (Bromley Churchill), Heavenly Bodies (Leicester Haymarket), Norman in Ladies Night (tour), Tutti Frutti (tour), Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Gypsy (Sheffield Crucible), Ugly Sister in Cinderella (Southend), Genie in Aladdin (Manchester Opera House), Nightingales (Lyric, Hammersmith) and concerts in Lille, Paris and Cyprus.  Choreography includes: Aladdin starring Billy Pearce (Wolverhampton Grand), UK tour of Simply Ballroom (resident director and choreographer), Simply Ballroom (Dubai and South Africa, company manager and resident director) and Red (Johannesburg, associate choreographer and resident director).  Film includes: Beyond the Sea directed by Kevin Spacey in Berlin.
Television includes: The Hello Girls, Time for Murder: Mister Clay, Mister Clay, The Generation Game, The Children’s Royal Variety Performance, A Royal Celebration (Prince Charles’s 50th birthday) and commercials.

West End 2007 - 2009 - Dance Captain/ Assistant Children’s Choir Director
Pip Jordan

Training: early training with Deborah Capon in her home town of Whitstable. Graduated from Laine Theatre Arts.  Theatre includes: West End debut in Mack and Mabel (original London cast, Piccadilly) and Mary in Pickwick with the late Sir Harry Secombe. Pip understudied and played A Girl on a Swing and understudied A Girl in a Yellow Dress in Contact (original London cast, Queen’s). Other theatre includes: Evita (Adelphi), The Pearl Lady in Thoroughly Modern Millie (original London cast, Shaftesbury), Mona in Chicago (UK and international tour) and original cast and subsequently Havana Girl in Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly).   Film includes: Kevin Spacey’s Beyond the Sea.  Television includes: Strictly Come Dancing, six years as a resident dancer on the award-winning Stars in their Eyes, Goodnight Sweetheart, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Friday Night’s All Wright, Michael Barrymore’s My Kind of Music, The Laureus Sports Awards, Gladiators, Grudge Match, Talking Telephone Numbers, BBC Children in Need, Blue Peter and Saturday Night Swings.   Other work includes: Trade shows and commercials have enabled Pip to travel the world and she has appeared in six Royal Variety Performances.
West End 2007 - 2009
Jonathan Stewart

Training: Guildford School of Acting Conservatoire (first class honours degree in musical theatre, Musical Theatre Male Award 2006). While training, his credits included: Henry Etches in Titanic – The Musical (Electric Theatre), Ethan Girard in The Full Monty, The Musical (Bellairs Playhouse) and Baseball Player/ensemble in Sweet Charity (Guildford Yvonne Arnaud).  Theatre includes: Simon in Sleeping Beauty (Salisbury Playhouse), Daniel Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Theatre Royal, Haymarket), choreographer/dancer for The Festival of Remembrance 2005 attended by HM The Queen (Royal Albert Hall), Catering Manager/ensemble in Times Up! (new musical farce by Ray Cooney, Guildford Yvonne Arnaud) and choreographer/dancer for the Mountbatten Festival of Music 2005 (Royal Albert Hall).

West End 2007 - 2009
UK National Tour 2007 - from August
Anthony Williamson

Anthony has just graduated from the London School of Musical Theatre, during his time at LSMT he created the roles of the Spider in Charles Millers workshop of 'Alice in Wonderland' and Mason in 'Fabula' (Cochrane Theatre, Holborn).  Anthony is pleased to be making his professional debut in the tour of 'Joseph'

UK Tour 2002, 2003 - 2005,
West End 2003

Craig Rogers

Craig started performing with Cheltenham Everyman's Youth Theatre, where he got a chance to perform in 'As You Like It' and 'Framed - The Muscial' at London's National Theatre twice and be involved with many other productions.  While training at the Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Performing Arts he played Goggy in 'Child in the Forest' (Park Studio), Herb and Lamar in 'Godspell' (Southwest tour) and Gary in 'A Slice of Saturday Night' (Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury).  Other theatre roles include Syme in '1984 The Musical', Zigger Zagger in 'Zigger Zagger', Knight in 'The English Mystery Plays', Narrator and Bill in 'Cassie' and Arthur Kipps in 'Half a Sixpence'. Voice overs for films include 'Funnybones'  starring Lee Evens, 'An Awful Big Adventure' starring Alan Rickman at Twickenham Film Studios.  Television credits include 'Casualty' and various adverts including Adidas and Standard Life.  Craig started as a Swing Brother on the 2002 tour of 'Joseph' and went on to work as swing on the 'Joseph' in the West End starring Stephen Gateley.  After working on the 2003 tour of 'Joseph', Craig went on to work on the 2004 tour too.
UK National Tour 2008
Guy Mott

Guy trained at the Birmingham School of Acting and graduated in 2004. Since graduating, Guy's theatre credits include Bagheera in 'The Jungle Book' with the Birmingham Stage Company (national tour), Buldeo in 'The Jungle Book' at the Bloomsbury with the Birmingham Stage Company, Frank Sinatra in 'Dean, Sammy and Frank' (European Tour) with Frank Serr Showservice International.  Most recently Guy has worked with the Carl Rosa Opera Company.  Credits with the Carl Rosa Opera Company include Swing/Booth Signer in 'The Pirates of Penzance' (USA and Canada Tour), Ensenmble in 'The Priates of Penzance' (UK National tour), Ensemble in 'Patience'(UK National tour) and the Headsman in 'The Yeoman of the Guard' (National UK tour).  TV and film credits include Paul Bernadino in 'The Corpse Wore White' (Mica Films) and Martin in 'Dies With Me' (Squelen Productions).
UK National Tour 2008
Ryan Forde Iosco

Ryan trained at Arts Educational School, Tring Park where he studied Theatre Arts and Musical Theatre course, he then went on to Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Ltd. to study  Acting/Musical Theatre.  Theatre credits whilst training include Ralph Rackstraw
in 'HMS Pinafore' (The Auditorium Theatre, Chicago USA), Drake in 'Honk!' (The Markova Theatre), Geoffrey in 'Stepping Out' (The Markova Theatre), The Blue Room (Landor Theatre), Clarence in 'Richard III' (Complete Works), Mark in 'A Chorus Line' (The Avondale Theatre), Mr HardLong in 'The Grace of Mary Traverse' (The Sheridan Studio), Lieutenant Cable in 'South Pacific' (Avondale Theatre), Dominic in 'The Perfect Man For Me' (Complete Works),.  Other credits whilst training include Principal Soloist for a
Radio Evening of Mozart (The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Auditorium Theatre, Chicago USA), Tommy in a Music Video of 'Tommy (Rock Opera)' (Northwestern Productions), Bill in a Feature  Film 'The Good Shepherd' by Robert De Niro (Rock Cats Ltd) and Larry in a Short Film 'Suspect' (The Portobello Film Festival).  Other theatre credits include Dancer and Singer in Various Productions for Disney, Walter in 'The Red Restaurant' (The Lighthouse Media Centre - Brighton Fringe Festival), Haemon in 'Antigone' (The New Wimbledon Theatre (Studio) ).  Other credits include Dracula in a Short Film called 'Half Penny' (Smoke and Mirrors Productions) and Lead Male in a
Music Video 'Maybe Lately' (Miracle Fortress).

  **Please note the above biography was put together by me from
David's cv, which I found online**

West End 2008 - 2009
Stephanie Bron

Training: Elmhurst Ball et School.  Theatre includes: Viva La Diva, Betty Palmer in Babes in Arms (Chichester Festival), swing in Evita (Adelphi), Rosalia, Francisca and cover Anita in West Side Story (UK tour), swing in Fosse (Japanese and European tours), ensemble and cover Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington (Birmingham Hippodrome) and cover and played Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium).  Other work includes: performing with Enrique Inglesias at Miss World 2001 and again in Stuttgart, Germany, dancing with Westlife at the Brit Awards 2001 and music videos for Pulp and S Club 7.

West End 2008 -2009
Stuart King

Training: Arts Educational, London (BA honours).
Theatre includes: understudying and playing Sid in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour and Singapore), Mike in A Chorus Line ( Scott ish tour), Judah in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK tour/ Bill Kenwright), Spirit of Broadway
(UK tour), Peter Pan (Northampton Derngate), Raindogs (Arts Ed) and Just So (Arts Ed). Other work includes: Jubilee Celebrations (Buckingham Palace), Chris in Live & Learn (Theatre In), Horse of the Year Show (Olympia) and Be My Friend for Ministry of Sound (pop video).  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is Stuart’s West End debut

West End 2008 - 2009
Brad Madison

Theatre includes: In the USA, Footloose (original Broadway cast, Richard Rodgers Theatre), Aida by Elton John and Tim Rice (first national tour), On the Town (Gateway Playhouse, LI, NY), Reuben in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (national tour), and Gus in Saturday Night Fever ( Cologne , Germany ). In the UK, Movin’ Out by Bill y Joel and Twyla Tharp (original London cast, Apollo Victoria), The Officer and understudy Mr Mister in Gaddafi: The Living Myth ( ENO ), The Snowman in The Snowman (Peacock) and, most recently, Dirty Dancing (Aldwych)   Recordings include: Footloose (original Broadway cast) and Reuben in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2005 cast, ‘One More Angel in Heaven’).  Other work includes: featured dancer in the 1997 American Music Awards with Toni Braxton, episodic work on Clueless, Swe et Valley High, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and a recurring role in the comedy sk et ch ‘Fresh Step’ on The Late Show: with David L et termen. Brad is also an aspiring singer/songwriter.
West End 2008 - 2009
Kimmi Richards

Training: Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts.
Theatre includes: Buffy in Starlight Express, Lynda/Patty in Saturday Night Fever (Apollo Victoria and UK tour), Kiss Me, Kate (Victoria Palace), assistant choreographer on Swing Fever (UK tour) and Orphan in Annie (Portsmouth Guildhall).  Film and television include: Annalise in the Smith and Jones episode of Doctor Who, Kate Nash mouthwash video, Blue Peter , Beyond the Sea directed by and starring Kevin Spacey and choreographed by Rob Ashford, dancer in Dil Apna Punjabi choreographed by Geeta Kapur and swing in the Kiss Me, Kate DVD .

UK National Tour 2009 till Oct 2009
Nathan Scott

Nathen is originally from South Wales, and recently graduated from the London School of Musical Theatre.  Theatre credits to date include, whilst training: Frank in Merrily We Roll Along (LSMT Studios); Hank in Big Top (Bridewell Theatre). Other theatre credits include: the title roles in Bugsy Malone, Oliver! and Dick Whittington, and Burt Barry in 42nd Street. Nathen was also a Lost Boy in the BBC's Showtime at the Stadium at Cardiff
Millennium Stadium, starring alongside Charlotte Church, S Club 7, Blue, Al, Atomic Kitten, Russell Watson and Petula Clark. Television and film: Sky Movies commercial· Call Centre the Musical; Watched (short film). Nathen is delighted to be making his
professional theatrical debut in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and would also like to dedicate his performance to his late nan, Carol, and would like to thank his mum for all her continued love and support! 

For more information on Nathen visit Keddie Scott Associates on www.ks-ass.co.uk.

UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Michael Ward

Michael attended Liverpool Theatre School for three years, and whilst training he played parts such as Jesus in 'Godspell', Joey/Eddie in 'Road' and Cousin Kevin in 'Tommy'.  He graduated in 2007, winning the title of Graduate of the Year. Since then Michael's theatre credits include: dancer in 'Cinderella' (Pele Productions) and Tootles/Peter Pan understudy in 'Peter Pan' (Grove Theatre, Dunstable) as well as also working in children's Theatre in Education, touring the UK.  Michael has recently directed a new play called 'Tomb to Womb', which made its debut at the Buxton Fringe then went on to play at the Edinburgh
Fringe Festival, receiving high acclaim from its audiences. He is thrilled to be joining the cast of 'Joseph', and would like to thank his family and friends for their continued
encouragement and support.