**All biographies written from programmes printed at the time the person appeared in Joseph**
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UK National Tour, 1998 - 2003, West End 2003 - 2004, 2005
Trevor Jary

Trevor has been performing since an early age. His first taste of professional theatre was with the English National Opera, where he played the role of Bernard the market seller in the 'Green Children' directed by Nicola LeFanu.   His more recent credits are Dick in 'Dick Whittington' with which he toured the North of Britain, Orsino in 'Twelfth Night Fever' and Capt. Claudio in 'Much Ado Ron Ron' both staged at the Key Theatre, Peterborough and adapted and directed by Derek Killen and Michael Cross. He has appeared in many charity concerts – his most recent was at the Brighton Dome, where he was pleased to be performing alongside Sir Cliff Richard, Lenny Henry, Lionel Blair and the delightful Dora Bryan, which was directed by Carol Todd.  He also Starred in the TV Series 'The One' on ITV and had a recording contract with Mercury Records, and released two singles making the top twenty and an album 'One More Chance' which took him on the 'Smash Hits' and 'Mizz' tour and many others, playing all the major arenas including Birmingham NEC, Sheffield Arena and Wembley Arena promoting the Group across Britain and Europe.
He went on to appear along side Keith Duffy and Sara Cox in Channel 4's 'Make My Day'. And for an advert, in which must be probably his biggest acting achievement, he got to flip the lid off the top of a Pringles can.  He then went back to his first love the theatre to appear in 'Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' (BKL) on tour and then the West End playing Pharaoh a part which won him the honour of winning Best Supporting Actor 2004 (Whatsonstage Awards)! He has just finished the West End run of the Multi Award winning show 'Jerry Springer - The Opera' (Avalon) Playing the role of Drea Curtis and a double first cover playing Tremont (Chick with a Dick) and Chucky!
And he would like to dedicate his performance to the late Derek Killen.

UK National Tour 1990, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Joe Connors

Joe is making a return to Joseh after a 2 year spell pursuing other interests.  After training at the Arts Educational Drama School Acting course, oe toured the U.K. and Europe in 'Hair' playing Berger.  After this Jos went on to play The Sheriff of Mottingham in 'Robin, Prince of Sherwood' and Pharoah in Joseph.

TV and Film credits include: 'Eastenders', 'Peak Practice'. 'Driven' and Island in 'Absence of War'.
Jay Worthy - 1st cover Pharaoh
UK National Tour, 1999
UK National Tour, 1998, 1999
Peter Walsh
Craig Price
UK National Tour, 1998
Joe Maddison
UK National Tour, 1997
Dave Mayberry
UK National Tour, 1990
Theo Massos
UK National Tour, 1989
Anthony Lyn
UK National Tour, 1987
Jay's theatre work includes Kenny in 'The National Health',  D'Artagnan in 'Sons of the Musketeers' at Chichester, Timmy in 'A Perfect Retreat', Charley in 'Charley's Aunt', Copral Travis in the premiere of 'Flowers of England', Boise in 'Oscar,',  Royal Gala Concert Performance of 'Jesus Christ Superstar', Kenny in the European premiere of  Kander and Ebb's 'Flora the Red Menace', Daphnis in Anthony Bowles' and Mike Alfred's 'Love in the
Country', Erik in the first stage production of Terry Jones' 'Erik  the Viking' on national tour, Stone in 'City of Angels', John Wilkes Both in Sondheim's 'Assassins', and Ariel in 'The Tempest'.
On television he has been seen in 'The Bill', 'Love From Greg', an Australian drama in which he pleyed the title role, 'Woof!', Killer Band in 'Harry's Mad' for which he recorded the lead vocals on the rock soundtrack.  Recently, Jay has played Thin Verne in the BBC's award-winning 'Preston Front', Tom in the world premiere of Paul Tucker's 'Unlucky for Some'.  He has also created the role of Brian in 'Dancin' in the Street'.
Peter has just completed his degree course in acting at the University of Leeds (Bretton Hall), where productions included 'Company' (Harry), 'West Side Story' (Tony), and 'Blood Wedding' (Leonardo).  Television credits include 'A Touch of Frost' and 'Heartbeat'.  Peter is originally from Yorkshire and is based there.
UK National Tour, 2003 - 2004
Geoff Hennessy

Geoff graduated from Mountview Theatre School in the summer of 1998 where his thrid-year roles included Otto Kringelein in 'Grand Hotel', King Charming in 'Cinderella', Sir Charles Sturman in 'The Clearing' and Hannh from Hamburg in 'La Cage aux Folles'.  Since graduating he has performed in the contemporary dance production of 'My Love Wears Boots', as a vocalist for 'Love in the oos' at the Players' Theatre, as both a dancer and vocalist aboard the Oriana for P&O Cruises, the title role in David Mamet's 'The Frog Prince;, Harry Miles in 'Life Without Tom', Pig Man in 'Love, Lust, Desire and London' at the Yndercroft, Booby Cheval in the cult musical 'Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens', Melvin in the musical  'Dare' at the Bloomsbury Theatre, Lance Corporal.  Charles Bishop in 'Privates on Parade' at SToke on Trent's New Vic Theatre and as Billy, Frances and Rosco from 'Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens' at the Riverhouse Barn Studios and the King's Head Theatre Islington. 
West End 2004 - 2005
Simon Bailey

Simon comes from Maidenhead in Berkshire and has only been performing
professionally for two years. His first performance was in the National Tour of 'Naked Flame', playing the role of Blue.  Fortunately for him, he gained his first West End credit straight after uni, in the musical of 'Romeo and Juliet' at the Piccadilly Theatre, where he understudied Mercutio and Romeo.  He has most recentrly been performing in the 'Rock Legends' World Tour, where he played Ringo Starr in the Beatles, and understudied Freddie Mercury, a  part he played many times. Simon is delighted to be joining the cast of Joseph at the New London Theatre.

Dan Greavey

Dan was born in Wokingham, Berkshire in 1976.  In early childhood his family moved to the Okneys and then to Aberdeenshire where he grew up.  After studying engineerring for two years he came to the connclusion that he was bored with that and decided practically overnight to pursue his  of becoming an actor.  In 1997 he joined North Cheshire Theatre College where he studied drama and musical theatre for two years.  During training Dan has appeared at the London Palladium and Manchester Palace Theatre several times - performing extracts from 'The Rocky Horro Show', 'Les Miserables', 'Blood Brothers', 'Aladdin' and 'Miss Saigon.
Dan dedicates his performance to Adam who will be watching from the Gods

UK National Tour 2000 - 2001, 2002,2003,2004, 2005
UK National Tour 2005
David Craik

David trained at the Royal Academy of Music.  Theatre credits include Akaky in 'The Overcoat', Guy in Suit in 'The Happiness of Fish' (both at the Bridewell). Stone in 'City of Angels', Wicksteed in 'Habeas Corpus' (both at RAM), 'Little Shop of Horrors' at The Derngate Northampton, 'An Enchanted Evening' at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the 'Harry Potter' Launch for Clear Channel Entertainments at The Royal Albert Hall.  David has modelled in photographic shoots and acted in corporate videos for 1st Choice Holidays.
UK National Tour 2007 - Jan 2008
Anthony Wren

Anthony trained at Spelthorne College.  He has just completed the UK tour of 'Forever in Blue Jeans'.  His recent theatre credits include Vince Fontaine in 'Grease', Atulpa in 'The Mask', lead vocalist for CMC Productions on board the cruise ship Oriana for P&O.  Television credits include 'The Really Wild Show' (BBC), 'Live for Peace' (LWT).  As a younger he was part of the young set under the direction of Babette Langford where he played numerous roles including Jesus in 'Jesus Christ Superstar', Rooster in 'Annie', Chris in 'Miss Siagon' and the MC in 'Cabaret'. Anthony is delighted to be back in 'Joseph' and hopes you enjoy the show.

West End 2007 - 2009
Mark Oxtoby

Training: Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, London.  Theatre includes: Lord Bill Astor/Mr Woods/ Sir Norman Brooks in the musical A Model Girl (world premiere, Greenwich Theatre), The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland (Birmingham Rep), Caterpillar/Executioner in Alice in Wonderland (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Kite/Priest in Michael Attenborough’s production of Brighton Rock (Almeida), Roger in Grease (Larnaca Pattichion Amphitheatre, Cyprus), 2003-04 winter rep season of Peter Pan and The Pirates of Penzance (Savoy), Turnov and Poppa (alternate) in Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria), La Cava (Victoria Palace and Piccadilly), Ringmaster in Barnum (UK tour), Quayle in South Pacific (Sheffield Crucible), Player in Oh What a Lovely War (NT, Roundhouse), Mitch Maypole in Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Queen’s), Lonnie Donnegan in Elvis – The Musical (Prince of Wales), Timothy in Salad Days (Yeovil Octagon) and Jean-Michel in La Cage aux Folles (tour). Workshops include: Rene Picard in Gone with the Wind directed by Trevor Nunn and Sonny in Movie World. Film includes: Pip in Size Matters and Jekyll and Hyde in Moon Over Princes Street.  Television includes: Love in the Supermarkets, This Morning and Blue Peter. Commercials for Pizza Hut, AOL, Mail on Sunday, Swiss Milk, Channel 4 Teletext, New Look and One2One.  Other work includes: The Dormouse at the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party as part of The Queen’s 80th birthday celebrations – Party at the Palace (Buckingham Palace 2006).

UK National Tour 2008
Neil Moors

Neil graduated from Birmingham School of Speech and Drama.  Theatre credits to date include the role of George Perry in the new musical 'Blaze' (Bridewell Theatre), Yan Sun in 'The Good Person of Sichuan', Wulfgar in the musical 'Beowulf', the Prince in 'Sleeping Beauty' the Burglar in 'Misalliance', Dick Dudgeon in the UK Tour of 'The Devil's Disciple' and G.I in 'Wallop Mrs Cox' (Birmingham Rep).
UK National Tour 2008
David Haydn

David trained at the G.S.A. Conservatoire. Theatre credits whilst training include, Don Pedro in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, Angelo in ‘Measure For Measure’, Robert in ‘Descending From The Top’  a short film by Simeon Lumgair Films,  Torvald in ‘A Doll's House’, Corporate, Soloist/Ensemble with the G.S.A. Singers,  Albert in ‘Bye Bye Birdie’, Durdles in ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood’ Sam Byck in ‘Assassins’, Al Capone in ‘Time's Up’ by RCP, Buddy 'Keno' Walsh in ‘The Full Monty’, Captain E.J. Smith in ‘Titanic the Musical’, Jud Fry in ‘Oklahoma!’, The Professor, Jerry, The Soldier & Brian in ‘Road’. Professional theatre credits include
Stephen Fitzgerald in ‘The Irish Curse’ by 28 Productions, Vittorio Vidal in ‘Sweet Charity’ by Eyebrow Productions, Stephen Fitzgerald in ‘The Irish Curse’ by Cahoots Theatre Company, Sir Robert Bowes/Robert Bruce in ‘Jamie the Saxt’, by aCCentuate Theatre Company and Assistant Director for ‘The Secret Garden’ GSA Production.  Other credits include Breakdown Man For Sat Nav ident, The Face of Scots in London, Voice Over for Star Refrigeration Training CD and a Handsome Poker Player for a Skypoker Advert,

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

UK National Tour 2009 till Oct 2009
David Covey

David graduated from Bretton Hall, University of Leeds, with a First Class BA Honours in Devised Performance.
Having gained an Ian Fleming Musical Theatre Award he went on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Musical Theatre at The Royal Academy of Music. Theatre credits include: ensemble, first cover M Andre in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre, London); Orlando in As You Like It (the Minack, Cornwall and Elvaston Castle); Buttons in Cinderella (the Camberley Theatre); Bird and Dragon in Room On the Broom (the NordenFarm Arts Centre); Yakov in The Seagull (Compass Theatre, UK tour); the Engineer in Sabrina and the Engineer (Avanti Display); Herman the Henchman in Robin Hood (Charter Theatre, Preston); the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz (Wales Millennium Centre); Professor Bloomfield in The Dig (Twisting Yarn at the Bradford
Alhambra); Edward in Back on Track (Kilter Theatre Company). Television credits include: Steven Mawson in Emmerdale and the puppet in Derren Brown's Trick or Treat commercial.

Earl Carpenter
UK National Tour, 1994 - 1995
UK National Tour 2009 - 2010
Adam Vaughan

Adam trained at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating in 2008. Before training Adam attended Goldsmiths
College, where he gained a BA (hons) in Drama and Theatre Arts. Whilst at Goldsmiths he performed in many
new musical showcases at Greenwich Theatre, King's Head Theatre, Istropolitana Projekt and Gilded Balloon at the Edinburgh Festival 2005.  His credits while training include: Larry in Company, Gerry in Dancing at Lughnasa and Frank in Merrily We Roll Along. Since leaving the Academy, he has performed as a cabaret singer in the Regent Street Festival 08. In January 2009, Adam understudied the role of Dick Dead-Eye in the Carl Rosa Opera's UK tour of HMS Pinafore.
UK National Tour 2010
Oliver Savile

Oliver was brought up in Buxton and trained at Mountview Academy of Performing Arts.  Credits at college include Riff in 'West Side Story', Vinnie/Tony Hendon in 'Lucky Stuff', Frid in 'A Little Night Music', Arthur Kipps in 'Half a Sixpence', Strephon in 'Iolanthe' (South Anglia Savoy Players) and Romeo in 'Romeo and Juliet Deceased the Musical'  (Edinburgh Fringe).  Oliver is thrilled to be making his professional debut in 'Joseph' and would like to thank all his family and friends for their support.
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. Michael was Swing in 'Joseph' until Autumn 2010.  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.