**All biographies written from programmes printed at the time the person appeared in Joseph**
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UK National Tour, 1999 - 2003
Lisa Quibell

Lisa, from Wales, completed a two year course at Gorseinon College, Swansea, where she studied performing arts.  She has enjoyed successful years as a performer in theatre, cabaret and television, as well as teaching part time at the Mark Jermin Stage School as a vocal coach and assistant choreographer for two years.  Lisa has nationwide competitons as a cabaret singer, she has performed as a dancer in professional pantomime for four years, and has played laed roles in college productions of  'Oh, What a Lovely War!', 'Cowardy Custard' and 'Billy'.  Television appearances include 'Lenny  Goes to Town' (BBC1), singing with Barbara Dickson, Michael Barrymore's 'My Kind of Music' (LWT) and 'Moon and Stars' (HTV)
UK National Tour, 1999, 2000, 2002,
2007 (Assistant Choreographer)
Helen Otway

Helen who is originally from Norfolk, graduated from Elmhurst Ballet School with her teaching qualifications.  'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' national tour marked Helen's professional musical theatre debut, in which she played the role of Mrs Potiphar and apache dancer.  Since then Helen's theatre credits include Mell Brokks' 'The Prodicers' at the Theatre Royak, Drury Lane, 'Chicago' at the Adeplhi Theatre, 'Fosse' European tour, 'Joseph' at the New London Theatre, 'Grease' at the Larnaca Amphitheatre in Cyprus, 'Focus on Dance' choreographed by Lynn Seymour at the New Victoria Theatre,  'Sleeping Beauty' with the London Lewis Ballet Company and 'Dick Whittington' at Norwich Theatre Royal.  She also appeared in 'Dr Who' where  she played an Auton Killer Bride!  Film credits include Kevin Spacey's 'Beyond the Sea' and 'Delovely' which was directed by Irwin Winkler.  Helen has performed at the Bollywood Film Awards at the Millennium Dome, London and in Mumbai.  She has also appeared in 'West End Live' for 'The Producers' and 'Chicago'.  Helen has modelled in several commericials and hair shows for L'Oreal.  She has also recently performed in the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Dubai.  She has appeared on Star Cruises in the Far East and on 'The Graham Norton Show', 'MTV', 'This Morning' and 'Have I Got News For You'.  Helen teaches dance at various schools and colleges and has recently qualified to teach Pilates. She has also staged the promotion of the West End for 'Chicago' in Singapore.
UK National Tour, 1999, 2000
Lucy Newton

Lucy trained at Laine Theatre Arts.  Professional work includes 'Warchild' with the National Youth Musical Theatre, 'Alice in 'A Ring of Roses' at the Savoy Theatre, London, Louise in 'Carousel' at the Theatre Royal, Brighton, 'La Boheme' and 'Carmen' with the Regency Opera.  Lucy recently finished covering and playing the pa of Eponine in 'Les Miserables' at the Palace Theatre, London.
UK National Tour, 1999, 2000
Elysia Lawrence
UK National Tour, 2000
Annabelle Dalling

Annabelle trained at the Elmhurst Ballet School.  Recently she performed with the Birmigham Repertory Compnay/Peacock Theatre 'The Snowman'.  Other musical credits include Titania in 'The Fairy ueen' (The City of London Festival), 'Lido La Tournee' (European tour), 'Sweet Charity' and 'Dorm' (Lynn Seymour).  TV credits include 'Man O Man' (ITV) and 'Death of a Swan' (Channel 4 Film).
UK National Tour, 1999, 2000-2001
Ellie Sprack

Ellie is excited to be joining the cast of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' on the tour of the UK.  Ellie studied at the Elmhusrt School for Dance and Performing Arts where she most recently portayed the character of Adelaide from 'Guys and Dolls'.  She has just returned from the States where she played in Joseph....at the Baltimore Actors Theatre.  Click on Ellie's photo to go to her web site. www.elliesprack.com
UK National Tour, 1999 - 2002
Jenette Humphris

Jenette trained at the Central School of Ballet and Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts.  Musical credits include 'The Mask' (UK Tour), Star Line Cruises and various pantomimes.  TV credits include 'The Girlie Show', 'Joy to the World' and she also is a freelance Model.
UK National Tour, 1997
Anne Riguel

UK National Tour 1997
Carole Machin

Paulina Doncel
UK National Tour 1997, West End 2004 - 2005
UK National Tour, 1999
Liz King

Cameron Leigh

Cameron has most recently been part of two legendary shows, 'Cats', the longest running musical in the world, at the New London Theatre and the national tour of 'West Side Story'.  In the process she moved from playing a cat to a shark!  Cameron is no stranger to touring however as prior to 'Cats' she was the alternate Narrator for a year in this touring version on 'Joseph'.  Since training at the Royal Ballet School and Italia Conti, Cameron has appeared with the Royal Ballet, as the title role in 'Annie' at Plymouth, Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz', Tiny Tim in 'A Christams Carol' and Princess Nicole in 'Puss in Boots'.  Other recent work includes a workshop of Jeremy Lloyd, John Chapman and Jim parker's new musical 'Wimbledon' at the Fortune Theatre in London's West End and the pantomine 'Cinderellla' at the Theatre in London's West End and the pantomime 'Cinderella' at the Theatre Royal Windsor.   Later this year Cameron takes to the road again in the National tour of Calamity Jane.
UK National Tour, 1998 - 1999, 2002
Suzzane Bullock
UK National Tour, 1998, 1999
Jemma Arnold
UK National Tour, 1999
Emma Clifford
UK National Tour, 1998, 1999
Lyndsey Bushell
UK National Tour, 1998
Nicky Willson
UK National Tour, 1998
Joanne Heath
UK National Tour, 1990
Alexandra Moore
UK National Tour, 1990
Rachel Campbell
UK National Tour, 1990
Laura Webb
UK National Tour, 1989
Toni Hood
UK National Tour, 1989
Sara Smith
UK National Tour, 1989
Clare Powney
UK National Tour, 1987
Lynn Emery
UK National Tour, 1987
Karen King
UK National Tour, 1987
UK National Tour, 2000 - 2001
Sarah-J Gough

Sharah-J trained at the Doreen Bird College.  On leaving she joined the West End cast of 'Miss Saigon'.  She has since appeard as Maisie in 'The Boy Friend', Craziella in 'West Side Story', performer and Dance Captain on the tour of '42nd Street',  has sung live in 'Total Spice' as Mel B.  Sarah-J has appeared in cabartes for Virgin Atlantic, Untied Artists Cable TV, international hair/fashion shows, and also at the Royal Variety Performance.  Recently she completed a successful tour of 'The Blues Brothers' in which she played Aretha Franklyn. 
UK National Tour, 2001 - 2002
Faye Michel

Since graduating from the Guildford School of Acting in the Summer of 2000, Faye has created the role of the naughty, dancing doll in 'The Toybox' show at Legoland in Windsor and played the Princess Jasmine in 'Aladdin' at Aylesbury Civic for The Proper Pantomime company.  During her time at Guildford she played Cinderella in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical 'Cinderella', Mallory in 'City of Angels', Atheist/Blasphemy in 'The Pilgrims Progress' and also made the original cast recording of The Pilgrims Progress.  Faye mad her professional debut at the age of thirteen in the world premiere of 'the Hobbit' at the Redgrave Theatre where she also appeared in the world premiere of  'Watership Down'.  She joins 'Joseph' having completed a further un of 'The Toy Box'.
UK National Tour, 2001 - 2002
Joanne Dockery

Since graduating from the Finch Stage School, Joanne has enjoyed a varied career, ranging from an eight month dance tour of Italy and performing on crusie lines to more commercial work such as trade shows.  Joanne has also worked with artistes such as Robbi Williams and, more recently Westlife at the Brit Awards.  Other work includes the L'Oreal UK hair tour, Virgin Airlines Las Vegas promotion, Thursford Christmas Spectacular and Fashion shows for Anna Sui.
Hayley Reed

Hayley was born in Nottingham and trained for three years at the London branch of the Arts Educational School in Musical Theatre.  Graduating this year she is overjoyed that Joseph marks her professional debut out of college.

Whilst at college, Hayley played such roles as Catherine in 'Pippin', Cassie in 'A Chorus Line' and Lead Dreamgirl in 'Dreamgirls'.  Pantomime credits include 'Aladdin' and 'Cinderella' both for Qdos Entertainment.  Television credits include 'Love' Bites for London Weekend Television.

UK National Tour 2002 - 2003, West End 2003-2004
Carla Collins

Carla was born in Botswana where she started her training as a classical dancer.  She moved to England in 1997 and joined Elmhurst School for Dance and Performing Arts, graduating in July 2001.  During her time at college she appeared in 'Guys and Dolls', 'My Fair Lady' and 'Godspell'.  Since graduation Carla has worked commercialy both as a dancer and as a model throughout the world for companies such as Nivea (UK), Tropicana (USA & Canada), Cubus (Scandinavia), Bon Aqua (South Africa) and Hella Mineral Water (Germany).  Carla is also a professional Saxaphonist and recently toured South Africa with a Jazz Band.

West End 2003 - 2004
West End 2003 -2004
Kay Murphy

Kay was born in Surrey and started her dance training, from the age of three, at the Christine Kearsley School of Dance. She then proceeded to continue her training on a three year musical course at The Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre. Whilst at college Kays credits included: The Acid Queen in Tommy, Cinderellas stepmother in Into The Woods, Sheila in A Chorus Line, Bernie in Stags and Hens and she also appeared as a dancer in the 2002 BAFTA film awards.

Since leaving college in July 2002, Kay has been touring with Fosse in Europe as a featured singer/dancer, in Bye Bye Blackbird/Big Spender/Dancing in the Dark/Mein Herr.

Djalenga Scott

Djalenga trained at Italia Conti School and graduated in the summer of 2002.

Theatre credits include the recent production of Peter Pan at the Derngate Theatre, Northampton where she played Tiger Lily and understudied and played the role of Wendy.

Her television credits include the MOBO Awards for Channel 4 as a dancer and the Millenium Concert at St Paul's as a singer for ITV1.

Modelling credits include a UK salon tour, a show for L'Oreal and the Bridal Show 2003.

UK National Tour 2002 - 2003, West End 2003-2004
UK National Tour 2003
Abigail Rosser
UK National Tour 2003
Cecilia Carneby

Cecilia is Swedish, she moved to London to study at the London Studio Centre.  Since graduating she has appeared in 'Romeo and Juliet' in the West End as Venus at The Piccadilly Theatre.  Her TV credits include 'Is Harry on the Boat?' as Helena for Sky 1, 'Keen Eddie' as Mysterious Mistress for Paramount British Pictures, 'Wyrd Sisters' as Annie Clarke for ITV, 'White Teeth' for Channel 4 and 'Jonathan Creek'.  Pop credits include dancer for Ash at 'Smash Hits Poll Winners Party', video for A1, video for The Psychedelic Waltons featuring Rosin Murphy.  Modelling work for Visa credit card, Honda, One2One, Kangol, Yorkshire Bank, and DNKY lingerie.  Most recently Cecilia has been working with Kylie Monogue as a dancer/model launching her lingerie range 'Love Kylie'.
UK National Tour 2003, West End 2004 - 2005
Anna Carmichael

Anna trained at Guildford School of Acting.  Theatre credits include 'Cabaret' Chichester Festival Theatre, 'Babes in Arms' Cardiff Festival of Musical Theatre/New Theatre Cardiff, 'Hollywood and Broadway' national tour, and 'Aladdin' for Qdos Entertainment, His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdean.  Anna worked for the New York company, Broadway Bound in two productions, 'Enter the Guardsman' and 'The Sammy Cahn Revue' on the QE2 world tour.  Other credits include Alaura Kingsley/Carla in 'City of Angels', Charlotte in 'Flora', the 'Red Menace', Paulina in 'The Winter's Tale' and Lucy Lockitt in 'The Beggar's Opera', all at GSA.  She has also appeared in many cabarets and revues including 'Sullivan to Sondhiem' and 'Magic of the Movies', at venus including the Dorchester Hotel, London.
Chantelle Carey

20yr old Chantelle was born in Norwich.  In 1995 she moved to Southern Ireland where she spent four years traning with international choreographer Melody Urquhart before going to the Leicester College of Performing Arts, graduating with distinction in June 2002 and a Diploma in Performing Arts.  Since leaving college Chantelle has worked in summer season in Clacton, the 'Thursford Christmas Spectacular' and major fashion promotion shows in London.

UK National Tour 2003
UK Tour 2004
UK Tour 2004
UK Tour 2004
UK Tour 2004
Kirsty Mather

Kirsty comes from Yorkshire and trained at The Arts Educational School in Tring where she did the intensive dance course.  She was in panto in Winsdor this Christmas(2003) and 'The Little Mermaid' in a lovely production in Scotland last year(2003).  She played beth in 'Little Women' at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London and was the Girl in a Prudential Life Insurance commerical.  She has danced in 'The Nutcracker' at the Royal Festival Hall, appeared in various dance extravaganzas and sung as a choirister in a Chamber Choir in Rome.  She has been cast in Matthew Bourne's 'Swan Lake', which it is hoped will tour next year(2005).
Celia Mei Rubin

Celia grew up in Singapore and in New York, where she spent many summers performing at Frenchwoods Festival of Performing Arts.  Her roles at the festival included Guenevere in 'Camelot' and Viola in 'Twelfth Night'.  In England Celia trained at Hurtwood House and London Studio Centre from which she graduated in July 2003 with a BA Honours in Theatre Dance.  While training Celia played Cassie in 'A Chourus Line' and Baker's Wife in 'Into the Woods'.  She is thrilled to be making her professional debut in the 'Joseph' tour.  Celia also took over the role of Narrator in 2005
Carolyn Sinnett

It was clear that Carolyn had a passin for dancing when, at the age of three she began to join in at her Mum's ballet classes.  She went on to train at Doreen Bird's College of Performing Arts.  Whistl at college, roles included Polly in 'The Boyfriend' and Jack's Mother in 'Into the Woods'.  After graduating in 1998, she went on to work on various cruise ships, quickly ascending the ranks to Dance Captain and Company Manager.  Her theatre credits include 'Mother Goose'(The Anvil, Basingstoke), understudying the role of Lucy and 'Aladdin'(The Anvil, Basingstoke), playing the role of Lou-Lou the Panda!  Carolyn is delighted to be joining the cast of 'Joseph'.
Kerry Stammers

Kerry was born in Suffolk and trained at Performers College under the direction od Brian Rogers.  Whilst at college she had the opportunity to perform in Mumbai, India for a Christmas season as Mystique, gained vast experience singing and dancing for shows and corporate events in top London venues and created the role of Beday in the premiere of 'The Biz'.  Since leaving college she has performed in 'The Spirit of the Dance' in the UK and USA.  Television credits include 'Laureus Sports Wards', dancing for Lionel Ritchie and promotions for BU4 and Najadle T.U.
West End 2004 - 2005
Emma-Gina King

Emma trained at Laine Theatre Arts where she gained her Diploma in Musical Theatre and Dance.  Since leaving Emma has appeared in a number of musicals and TV performances around Europe including 'Cats' (Germany), as 1st Cast Jemima, cover Victoria and Rumpleteazer, the original German cast of 'Saturday Night Fever' and most recently in the original cast of 'Jekyll and Hyde'.  Her pantomime credits include roles as Cinderella and Dick Whittington.  Emma's several TV appearances include 'Active 8 (BBC Documentary), 'ARD Gala-Sportler des Jahres'.  'RTL - Hans Meiser' and various promotional and trade shows.  After her successful few years in Europe Emma is looking forward to her West End debut in 'Joseph'.
West End 2004 - 2005
Miranda Wilford

Miranda trained at the Arts Educational Schools, London and The Crescent Academy, Bedford.  Her theatre credits include Gloria and cover Roxy/Cat (which she played) in 'Oh! What a Night'(national tour), Louise in 'Mates' (Landor Theatre), national tour of 'Grease' in which she covered Rizzo/Sandy, and Miss Lynch, Tiger Lilly in 'Peter Pan'(Fairfield Halls, Croydon), Ensemble in 'On the Town'(Hackney Empire) also covered and played Barbara Striesand on the UK Tour of 'Manhatton Nights'.  Miranda has just finished a workshop production of 'Club Tropicana' a new musical destined for the West End.
UK National Tour 2005
Charlotte Hall

Charlotte started dancing at the age of five.  She then went on to complete her training in all aspects of dance and drama at Preston College.  Vocal training was under the direction of Rita Crosby.  Whilst at college Charlotte was appointed the lead role in the productions of 'Fame', 'Oklahoma!' and 'The Wizard of Oz'.  Other credits include the opening ceremony for the Commonwealth Games, backing dancer for the 'Samsh Hits' Tour and 'Feel the Noise Live'.  Charlotte has recently graduated and is delighted to be making her musical debut in 'Joseph'.  She would like to dedicate her performance to her father who died this year (2005).
UK National Tour 2005
Dani McCallum

Dani trained at the Arts Education School of Musical Theatre in Chiswick.  She went on to do the UK tour of 'Copacabana' as a Copa Girl and was Dance Captain on a production of 'West Side Story' at Cannizaro Park Open Air Theatre.  Most recently she appeared as a dancer and understudy for The Fairy in 'Mother Goose'.  Other dancing credits include the BAFTA Awards, the Opening Gala for the Millennium Dome and a Wella Hair show.  Dani's television credits include the film 'With or Without You', 'Happy Together', a commercial for the Oracle Shopping Centre and 'Love Bites' for LWT. 
UK National Tour 2005 - 2007, 2008
Naomi Slater

Naomi trained at the London School of Musical Theatre, graduating in 2001.  Whilst there her performances included Cinderella in 'Into the Woods' and Natalie in 'No-One in the World' (London Cochrane).  Since leaving college her credits have included Princess Balroubadour in 'Aladdin' (Stockport Plaza), Jill Fidget in 'Mother Goose'(Middlesbrough Theatre), the title role in 'Snow White'(Radlett Theatre), Zoe in the educational film 'Okay to Drive', Oxford Stage Company's 'The Cherry orchard'(Eastbourne and Riverside Studios, London), a summer in Malta for Thomson Gold Hotels featuring in their shows and Little Bo-Peep & Thrombone in a UK theatre tour of the children's television show 'Wheels on the Bus'. Naomi has also appeared in Kirov Ballet's 'Sleeping Beauty'(Coliseum London).  National Youth Ballet productions at Croydon Ashcroft and Sadler's Wells, young Fanny in 'Cavalcade'(Brighton Theatre Royal) and National Youth Music Theatre's 'Bugsy Malone'(Edinburgh Festival, Lyric Hammersmith, Horsham Arts and St James Palace) Naomi did six months of singing and dancing on the Thomson Emerald. She also the lead vocalist on 'Theseus' - Musical CD album and was the Lead Vocalist on The Queen Victoria cruise liner.
West End 2005
West End 2005
Natasha Jayetileke

Natasha trained at Laine Theatre Arts and graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2004. Her theatre credits include Tiger Lily in 'Peter Pan' (Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Theatre Royal, Plymouth, Churchill Theatre, Bromley, New Theatre, Cardiff) and 'That's The Way I Like It' (Epsom Playhouse). Also, The Cheshire Cat in 'Alice In Wonderland' and The Psychiatrist in 'The Scarlet Pimpernel' (both with Cambridge Footlights), the title role in Strindberg's 'Miss Julie', Elaine in The 'Last of the Red Hot Lovers' and The Witch in 'Into The Woods' (all at the ADC in cambridge).  Most recently, Natasha has finished working on the feature film 'The Mistress of Spices', as  one of the two Boubainvillea girls. Her television credits include 'Aladdin' (LWT), 'The Vanessa Show' (BBC), 'This Morning' (Carlton), 'The Mog' (Channel 5) and 'Nick News' (Nickelodeon). Radio apearances range from BBC Radio 3 and Radio 5 Live to Radio Tokyo.  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat marks Natasha's West End debut .

Rachel Lynes

Rachel trained at the Arts Educational School, where her credits included 'Songs For A New World', 'The Secret Garden', 'Cabaret', 'Into The Woods', 'Hot Mikado', 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas', 'Sweet Charity', 'Half A Sixpence' and 'A Doll's House'. Rachel's professional credits include 'Bat Boy - The Musical' (West Yorkshire Playhouse), J.K. Rowling - 'Harry Potter' (Order of the Phoenix) reading (Royal Albert Hall), 'Pendragon' (UK and Japanese tour), 'Rent' (Markova Theatre), 'Evita' (UK tour), 'Bugsy Malone', 'Jack and the Beanstalk', 'Show Of All Shows', 'Dick Whittington' (all Oxford Playhouse) and 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (Broadway Theatre, Lewisham). Rachel's West End debut was in 'Money To Burn' (The Venue), which was followed by the West Yorkshire Playhouse's production of 'Bat Boy - The Musical', where she appeared in the ensemble and covered the lead role of Shelley - a part she played to great success on a number of occasions.

West End 2005
Fiona Kennedy

Fiona trained at the Guildford School of Acting, where she played various leading roles in both musicals and straight theatre. Other theatre experience includes: Lottie in 'Mack and Mabel', Rosie in 'Sweet Charity' and Claire Zachanassia in 'The Visit'.  Other credits include: 'Half A Sixpence', 'The Dining Room' and most recently, 'Jesus Christ Superstar'.
Fiona has also worked as a backing vocalist on 'Top of the Pops'. She has also appeared in various commercials and corporate videos.

Emma Brooke

UK National Tour 2006
UK National Tour 2006 - Oct 2009
Stephanie Harrow

Stephanie trained at the London Studio Centre.  Her television appearances include 'Footballer's Wives' for ITV Shed Productions and the BBC comedy drama series 'Grease Monkeys'.  Theatre credits include UK tour of 'Grease', 'Beauty in 'Beauty and the Beast' (Loughborough Theatre) 'Night of Nights' (Richmond Theatre), 'Cinderella', 'Jack and the Beanstalk' and '42nd Street' (Weston Playhouse) 'Dance Overture 2002' (The Peacock Theatre, London) and 'Dance Overture 2001' (Wimbledon Theatre).  Stephanie has appeared as a dancer on Channel 4's coverage of 'Party in the Park' and 'Top of the Pops' for the BBC, as well as dancing on numerous pop videos.
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UK National Tour 2007
Melissa Nettleford

Melissa trained at Bird College where she gained her BA hons in Dance and Musical Theatre.  Whilst at college Melissa has performed excerpts from 'Guys & Dolls' (Phil Thomas), 'Girlfriends' (Alexander Summer-Hughes), 'Once on This Island', 'Children of Eden', 'Damn Yankees' and 'Sweeney Todd'.  Melissa has also worked with choreographers such as Keith Derrick Randolf, David Fielding, Lucy Harrison, Anh Ngoc-Nguyen and Sin Man Yue.  Melissa is looking forward to joining 'Joseph'.  For more information about Melissa please go to www.re.animator.co.UK
Stephanie Bradbury
UK National Tour 2007
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UK National Tour 2007 - 2008
Charlie Martin

Charlie is originally from County Durham where she trained at the Marron Stage School, she then went on to the Royal Ballet School where she was Head Girl and was awarded the April Olrich Award for Most Dynamic Dancer.  She completed her training at the London Studio Centre. Her previous credits include lead singer onboard the Island Star cruise ship (South America), 'The Nutcracker' (Royal Opera House) 'Swan Lake' (Royal Opera House)  and the opening of the Royal Opera House gala.  Television credits include 'Omnibus' (BBC)
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UK National Tour 2007
Charlotte Taylor

Charlotte joins the cast of 'Joseph' directly from the Celebrity Zenith Cruise for Gary Musick where she performed as vocalist and dancer in various production shows.  Charlotte's previous professional musical theatre credits include a nymph in 'Mondo Della Luna' (Royal Academy of Music) and vocalist and dancer on board the MV Discovery for Hire Notes Productions.  Screen credits include the role of a navy wren in the feature film 'Enigma'.  Originally from Bedford, Charlotte attended the Crescent Academy of Theatre Performance from the age of three, where she excelled in all areas of singing, dance and drama.  During this time she performed in many shows and competitions.  In 2001 she was awarded a funded place at Millennium Dance 2000 in London where she trained for three years under the direction of Donald McLennan, Jacki Mitchell and Ikky Maas.  Whilst at college she took part in various productions including 'Millennium on the Move' in 2004 at the Royal Academy of Music.
UK National Tour 2007 - 2008
Maria Kaine
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UK National Tour 2008
Eve Marchant
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UK National Tour 2008
Theano Makariou

Theano was born and brought up in Cyprus where she trained in dance and musical theatre from an early age.  She has spent the last three years at Bird College, Kent, graduating in the summer of 2007 with a BA (Hons) in Dance and Theatre Performance.  Prior to training she appeared  as a solo dancer in 'Cinderella' at the Strovolos Theatre, Nicosia and again as a solo dancer in a production of 'Paquita' at the Municiple Theatre, Nicosia.  During training Theano's credits include Chichi in 'The Life', 'Mack and Mabel', 'Mission Impossible', 'Tear Jerk', 'St Petersburg Valse', Vietnamese Secrets', 'Moorish Dances', 'Eastern Promise' Tribute' and 'The Witches of Eastwick'.  Theaon is delighted to be making her UK Theatrical debut in Bill Kenwright's production of 'Joseph'.
UK National Tour 2008
Kelle Marie Walters

Kelle trained at Arts Ed. Theatre credits to date include 'Bad Girls the Musical' (West End and Original Cast Recording), 'The Golden Age' at the London Coliseum, 'The Twits' for Simply Theatre and a workshop of Andrew Macbean's 'Raindogs.  Kelle also took part in the 60th anniversary commemorations for the end of World War II in 2005.
UK National Tour, 2008
Emily Green

A British born Australian, Emily is delighted to be back in England making her UK debut. Growing up in Perth, Western Australia, Emily moved to Sydney in 2004 to continue her dance training full-time at the Brent Street School of Performing Arts.  In 2005 Emily had the privilege of working alongside the legendary Topol in the Australian/New Zealand tour of Fiddler on the Roof (Chava). Other Australian theatre credits include The Pyjama Game (The Production Company, Melbourne) as well as the acclaimed cabaret Little Black Book (The Elrocco Room, Sydney) that Emily both musically arranged and performed in. Australian television credits include the ARIA Awards (Backing singer to Delta Goodrem), Mornings with Kerri-Anne (featured solo artist) and Home and Away (Erin). UK television credits include The Bill.

UK National Tour, 2008 - Oct 2009
Maria Coyne

Maria trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts. Maria is delighted to be making her first professional Debut inj Jseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Theatre: during her training: Kate in The Wild Party, Maria in The Sound of Music, Cosette in Les Miserables, Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins and Karen in Essex Girls.
Film: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

UK National Tour 2009 till Oct 2009
Camilla Rowland

Camilla started dancing at the age of three at Doris Issacs in Brighton.  She continued her vocational studies full time at Stonelands School of Ballet and Theatre Arts.  In 2008 she graduated from Bird College.  Camilla is delighted to be joining the tour of Joseph and would like to dedicate her performances to her amazing grandparents and mother, who have supported her all the way.
UK National Tour 2009 till Oct 2009
Charlotte Watts

Charlotte trained at Laine Theatre Art graduating with her professional diploma in dance (Trinity, London).  Her theatrical credits include: Carniva Sensation (Caribbean cruise); Cinderella (New Wimbledon Theatre and Richmond Theatre); An Evening With Val Doonican and Friends (London Palladium); One Giant Leap,
Believe in Yourself and Seeing Tomorrow (Epsom Playhouse); Cinderella (Civic
Theatre, Darlington); workshops with the Royal Ballet (Royal Opera House).
Charlotte is delighted to be joining the cast of Joseph and would like to
thank her family for their continued love and support.

UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Danielle Calvert

Danielle trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School and at Millennium Dance 2000.
Danielle's television credits include: Emma in Casualty, Kerry in Living It, Young Anna in Messiah II, Deborah in Oscar Charlie (all BBC TV); Beth in Hollyoaks (Mersey TV); and presenter for GMTV (ITV).  Her theatre credits include: the roles ofT) in Cracked and Shannon in Staljish, both for Y Touring Company; Connee Burelli in The Rat Pack
(national tour); Brat in the original cast of Whistle Down the Wind (Aldwych Theatre); ensemble in Snow White and the Seven Dwafs (Guildford); Nelly in Annie Get Your
Gun (Woking); lead Babe in Babes in the Wood (Aldershot). Danielle has appeared twice in the Hackney Empire's hugely successful Christmas shows jack and the Beanstalk and Dick Whittington.  Her radio credits include: Have Your Say for BBC Radio 3.  Danielle can also be heard on numerous albums including: Whistle Down the Wind (original London cast recording); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and the Jane
McDonald Christmas Album. Danielle played the lead role of Helen in Mysterious Island for Hallmark Films. She also took part in the East of Eden workshops for North by
Northwest Productions in the Czech Republic. working alongside young European film writers and directors.
UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Persephone Fitzpatrick

This is Persephone's professional debut, having just graduated from Bird College.
Whilst at college her credits included: Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street, Anita in West Side Story and she featured as Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Persephone is thrilled to join the cast of Joseph and dedicates her performances to her mother and sisters.
UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Holly Adams

Holly trained at Bird College and graduated in 2009 with a BA (hons) in Musical Theatre.
Whilst training she played the roles of Annie (42nd Street) and Belle (Orchard Theatre).
Prior to this she trained at Linda Shipton's School of Dancing in Ipswich and performed
with the National Youth Ballet.  Holly is delighted to be making her professional debut in this production of Joseph.  Holly is grateful to have such a wonderful family and would like to thank her parents and Christopher for all their love and support.
UK National Tour 2009
Rosanna Hoult

Rosanna began her training at the Susan Robinson School of Ballet and then went to London Studio Centre.  She graduated with a First Class honours degree, winning the Sheila·O'Neill Award.  Film parts include: Polly in Adulthood, directed by Noel Clarke; Julie in United; Jane in Hammered; Julia in When the Time Comes, Jerry's Dead,
Dad's Gay and Jane Eyre.  Television roles include: appearances in Skins, Jonathan Creek, The Demon Headmaster and Juliet Jeckyl and Harriet Hyde.  On stage she has appeared as Rosie in Sweet Charity at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Scarlet in Art and Marie in
Four at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre; Starbuck in Moby Dick at the Pleasance Theatre; Iris Kelly in Fame at the Wimbledon Theatre and Mrs Barker in The American Dream. Also the Brit Awards with Michael Jackson and the pantomimes Cinderella and
Aladdin.  Other credits include: commercials for CSL, Mars Balls, Co-op, T-mobile and
Staples.  Rosanna would like to thank her Mum and Dad, James, Nicholas, Clarista
and Tom for all their love and support.  For more information please visit
UK National Tour 2010
Felicity Chilver

Felicity trained at Laine Theatre Arts and graduated in summer 2008 - she was the winner of the Brian Pickering Cup for Tap.  She made her professional debut in 2009 when she appeared in 'Singing in the Rain' (UK Tour, Athens and Istanbul).  Other theatre credits include 'One Giant Leap' (Epsom Playhouse), 'Into the Woods' (Laine Theatre Arts), 'Believe in Yourself' (Epsom Playhouse), 'Aladdin' (Cambridge Arts), 'Seeing Tomorrow' (Epsom Playhouse), 'Cinderella' (Beck Theatre) and 'Dick Whittington' (Beck Theatre).  Television credits include Gypsy Girl in 'Kiss and Tell' (ITV)  and a dancer on 'Blue Peter' (BBC TV).  Felicity would like to thank her friends and family for their continued love and support.
UK National Tour 2010
Rochelle Neil

Rochelle graduated as Head Girl from Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.  Her theatre credits include Kitty in the UK Tour of 'Chicago' (David Ian Productions), Bonnie in 'Raindogs' (Theatre MAD at Trafalgar Studios), Dorothy Brock in '42nd Street' (Shaw Theatre London), Beatrice in 'Much Ado About Nothing' (the Complete Works Theatre Company), Mrs Weasel in David Wood's 'Fantastic Mr Fox' (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre) and Tiger Lilly in 'Peter Pan' (Qdos Entertainment).  Her film and television credits include dancer/cameo roles in Nickleodeon's 'Genie in the House' series one and two, 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' as well as the Bollywood feature film 'Sharmil Aks Sajini'.  Further credits include dancing at 'The Brit Awards 2006' (Earls Court).  Most recnelty, Rochelle appeared as Sally-Anne Hope in the ITV drama 'Law and Order UK'.