Lee Mathieson

Lee graduated from Arts Educational Schools, Chiswick with a BA in Musical Theatre and
went straight into a production of La Fancuilla Del West at the Royal Opera House Covent
Garden. His career continued there with several more productions including The
Marriage of Figaro, La Fille du Regiment and finally Salome. Having had a long run at
Covent Garden, Lee wanted to move onto things and began singing at large corporate
events for LloydsTSB and the like and has recently recorded for the new series of Skins
on Channel Four. Lee is excited to be part of the UK tour of Joseph and would like to thank
his agent Brian Taylor for all his support.


**All biographies written from programmes printed at the time the person appeared in Joseph**
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UK National Tour, 1999, 2000
Simon Greenhill

Simon trained at Mountview Theatre School.  Musical theatre credits include Alan in 'Baby', Major Domo in 'Me and My Girl', the Voice of the Plant in 'Little Shop of Horrors' and Alderman Fitzwarren in 'Dick Whittington' dirceted by Roger Redfarn.  Other theatre includes Malvolio in 'Twelfth Night' and Chebutykin in 'Three Sisters'.  Simon has also appeared in two films, as Max in 'Glimpses of the Moon' and as Greg in 'Scruffy'.
Jeremy Secomb

Jeremy was born in Australia, and his career has encompassed concert, cabaret, vocal ensembles and musical theatre.  He has sung at Expo '88 (Brisbane, Austrlia) as well as the touring Bi-centennial Expo, sung in concerts at the Sydney Opera Houseand the Sydney Enterainment Centre.
Theatre credits innclude 'Chicago', 'Oliver!', 'Grease', 'The Sentimental Bloke', 'Pippin', 'Side By Side' by Sondheim, 'Les Miserables' and the Australian premiere of 'A Grand Night for Singing'.  Most recently he was touring Austrailia and New Zealand in 'Phantom Of The Opera', understuding and performing th erole of Piangi.
UK National Tour, 2000 - 2003, 2005 - 2007  West End 2003 - 2004
Russel Hicken

Russel trained at Mountview Theatre School on the 3 year Musical Theatre Course, where he was awarded the Mountview singing scholarship two years running.  Musical theatre credits include : Plant Operator inn 'Little Shop of Horrors', Apollo in a new musical version of  'Orpheus', Sarah the cook in 'Dick Whittington' directed Roger Redfarn.  Russel was seen more recently playing, Princess Perins in a 'Star Wars' spoof pantomime called 'Luke Back in Anger'. In Easter 2001 Russel joined the popular touring production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat', playing the roll of the Baker/Napthali. After 2 years touring Russel was invited to reprise his role as the Baker at the New London Theatre in Covent Garden  In 2005 Russel was cast as Jean Val Jean in a workshop production of 'Les Miserable' for Light and Shade Productions. Other credits include Bergetto in 'Tis Pity she's a Whore', Silveus inn 'As You Like It'.  Russel also featured in a short film called 'Glimpses of the Moon' playing the part of  Alan.  He also appeared in a VO5 advert!!
UK National Tour, 1999
UK National Tour, 1990, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Gordon Cooper
UK National Tour, 1998, 1999
Joe Connors

UK National Tour, 1990
Mario Frendo
Nigel P. Taylor
UK National Tour, 1989
Richard Beaumont
UK National Tour, 1987
UK National Tour, 2002
Lynden O'Neil

Lynden has recently graduated from the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.  Whilst traning Lynden played a large varity of roles including directing and playing (Man 1) in the European premier of 'Songs for a New World'. (Harry) in 'Compnay', (Alonso) in 'The Tempest', (Mr Snow) in 'Carousel' and (Gaston) in 'Beauty and the Beast'.  This tour of 'Joseph' will be Lynden'd first professional engagement.
UK National Tour, 2003
Michael Quinn

Michael graduated from Lain Theatre Arts in 2002 and began a contract as Lead Vocalist on the 'Oceana' for P&O Cruise Line.  His theatre credits include 'West End Laine' Aldwych Theatre, London, the title role in 'Jack and the Beanstalk' Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, Dandini in 'Cinderella' Hawth Theatre, Crawley, cover Mask/Principal Ensemble in 'The Mask' UK tour directed by David Bell, lead role in 'Barnum' Hexagon Theatre, Reading, John Darling in 'Peter Pan' Hexagon Thatre, Reading, Motel in 'Fiddler on the Roof' Swan Theatre, High Wycombe, Nick in 'Fame' Southfield Park, Bracknell.  In addition Michael appeared in the Channel Four film 'As Good As It Gets' and the Television Pantomim of 'Dick Whittington' for LWT.
UK National Tour, 2004
Marlon Moore

Marlon's recent theatre credits include 'Cinderella'(Theatre Royal, Windsor), the lead role in a newly written show called 'Archie' about the life of Bristol born Cary Grant, and the lead in the musical 'Honk!' at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2003.  Other theatre credits include Nathan Detroit in 'Guy's & Doll's'(Beck Theatre), Carnival Boy in 'Carousel'(Richmond Theatre), Jesus in 'Godspell' and Doodle in 'Bugsy Malone'.  Television credits include 'The Bill', 'Tipping the Velvet', 'Family Affairs' and a commercial for Sainsbury's.  He has also performed cabaret for the charities, 'Make a Wish' and 'The Variety Club'.

West End, 2004 - 2005
Rob Jay Cole

Rob trained at The London School of Musical Theatre.  His theatre credits include Tootles in 'Peter pan' (The Orchard Theatre, Dartford), O'Toole in 'The Little Mermaid'(The Adam SMith Theatre, Edinburgh), Flake in 'The Dream Dealer' (Bridewell Theatre, London), JB in  'No One in the World' (Cochrane Theatre, London), Seymour in 'Little SHop of Horrors'(The Avenue Theatre), Nicely Nicely in 'Guys and Dolls' and Ensemble in 'Blood Brothers' both for Howard Halls and on tour.  Televison credits include Kiddy Boy in the Channel 4 series of 'Lock-Stock' directed by Guy Ritchie, and you might have seen Rob recently with the vulture in the Sony Playstation Advert for the UEFA Championship. 
UK National Tour, 2005
Dean Nolan

Dean's first training was at the Hub Theatre School in St Austell which culminated in a touring show of 'Volpone'(playing Nano the Dwarf).  In Cornwall he was involved in all kinds of shows from panto to musicals whether in the chorus or playing the Dame.  He then spent five years with the National Youth Theatre, between 1999-2004 he appeared in 'Nicholas Nickleby', Lyric Hammersmith, and the Lowry, Salford, playing Mr Whitterley, Col.Chowser and Mr Pailey, 'The Three Penny Opera', Lyric Hammersmith playing Chainsaw Bob, 'Murder in the Cathedral', Southwark Cathedral and Westminster Cathedral playing 3rd Tempter, 'Miss Dorothy.com, UK tour playing Cursor the Cat, 'Hanging Around', Watch this Space - National Theatre/Kneehigh collaboration, and 'The Master and Margarita', Lyric Hammersmith, playing Behermoth.  Dean's last show was 'The Jungle Book', Warwick Arts Centre, playing Baloo the Bear for the Royal Derngate Theatre, Northampton.
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UK National Tour 2007
David Mertens

David graduated from the London School of Music Theatre in September 2006 and is delighted to making his professional debut in 'Joseph'.  His previous training credits include the title role in 'Jekyll & Hyde' at the Muni Arts Centre, Dr Dexter in Fenton Gray's 'RSVP ASAP' at the Cochrane Theatre and 'Cabaret' at the Battersea Barge.  He also performed at the opening ceremony of the 'City of Cardiff Centenary Celebrations' at the Old Library, Cardiff and for the launch of the Cardiff International Festival of Musical Theatre.
West End 2007 - 2009
Nathaniel Morrison

Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Roles while training included Charlie Davenport in Annie Get Your Gun, Bobby in A Chorus Line, Mr Snow in Carousel (Bridewell Theatre) and Jesus in Godspell (BAC).  Theatre includes: professional West End debut as Stevie Wonder in Dancing in the Streets (Cambridge Theatre and tour), Jorge, the camp butler, in Tonight’s the Night (tour), Genie in Aladdin (Warwick Bridge House), supporting artist for Lynden David Hall (Birmingham Drum Centre) and, most recently, Trevor Nunn’s production of Porgy and Bess (Savoy).  Television includes: CD:UK, supporting Atomic Kitten, Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression: Christmas Special. 

UK National Tour 2007
Harry Morrison

Harry trained at The GSA Conservatories. During his training, Harry played the roles Zach in 'A Chorus Line' (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre), Eddie in 'The Wild Party' (Electric Theatre), Pish-Tush in 'The Hot Mikado', Captain Smollett in 'Treasire Island' and Man 1 in a touring production of 'And the World Goes Round'.  On television he had appeared in 'Doc Martin' and 'The Bill'.  Harry has also worked as a session singer, recording for Evolution Pantomimes.

UK National Tour 2008
Antony Hansen

Antony, who is only 18, is from Steventon Oxfordshire and attended St Birnius Boys School, Didcot.  His first experience of musical theatre was as a cast member in the panto 'Aladdin' aged just 11.  From this moment it has been his dream to pursue a career in musical theatre.  At the age of only 15 he was asked to perform at the Royal Albert Hall as a solo artist for thr centenary anniversary concert for Dr Barnardos.  Theatre credits include Jean Valjean in 'Les Misérables', Judas in 'Godspell', Captain Von Trap in 'The Sound of Musica', Oscar Lindquest in 'Sweet Charity', Dr Victor Frankenstien in 'Frankenstien the Musical', Long John SIlver in 'Tresure Island' and swing/Agent in 'Little Shop of Horrors'.  More recently Antony was one of the 12 finalists for Andrew Lloyd Webbets smash hit show 'Any Dream Will Do' hosted by Grahma Norton and the BBC.  Since leaving the show he has been following up many of the opportunities that have arisen, including appearing on 'It Takes Two' and 'Strictly Come Dancing'.  Public appearances including switching on the Christmas lights at Bicester.  Charity concerts includ School Award Ceremonies. 
Antony currently attends Mountview Academy of Performing Arts, London.
UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Billy Walker

Workington born Billy has been working in entertainment since joining the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain in 1997.  As a singer, actor, model and presenter, Billy has worked extensively throughout the UK and all over the world.  He is as home in front of a live audience and has starred in many pantomimes, most recently playing Captain Cockle in 'Dick Whittington'.  Billy is equally comfortable in front of the camera as he was a regular presenter on Channel M's 'Breakfast Show' in 2008 and 2009 and has appeared in many television commercials.  He most recently appeared along side Nolan Sister Anne in a show entitled 'The Big Girls Night Out'.  Billy trained at The Manchester School of Acting.  He is thrilled that his first ever role in a musical is in 'Joseph', as it's the first musical he ever saw and it's his Mum's favourite show!

UK National Tour 2010