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{{Infobox_Actor|image1 = Gael Johnson 96.png
London - 1996-97 - [[Buffy]]
 
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|trained = London Studio Centre|productions = [[London]]|roles = [[Buffy]]}}
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== Starlight Express Credits ==
 
[[London]] - 1996-97 - [[Buffy]]
   
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== Biography (1996) ==
   
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'''Trained:''' London Studio Centre
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'''Theatre:''' Lady of Japan in ''Hot Mikado'' (Queens Theatre, West End); Lily St Regis in ''Annie'' (Civic Theatre, Guildford);Eliza Doolittle in ''My Fair Lady'' (Stadium Theatre Company); Issachar's wife in ''Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'' (London Palladium); Beso in ''Metropolis'' (Piccadilly Theatre); Beth in ''Carousel'' (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Bessie Noonan in ''South Pacific'' (Prince of Wales, London; Japan); ''A Cavalcade of Coward'' (Piccadilly Theatre); Principal Girl in ''Once in A Lifetime'' (Princess Theatre, Torbay).
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'''Pantomime:''' Cinderella in ''Cinderella'', Jilly in ''Jack and the Beanstalk'' (Hackney Empire); Molly in ''Jack and the Beanstalk'' (Palace Theatre, Watford); Cinderella in ''Cinderella'' (Medina Theatre).
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'''Cabaret:''' ''West End Hits'' (Eachworld Productions).
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'''Workshop:''' Katherine in ''Sunset Boulevard'' (Sydmonton Festival).
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'''Recording:''' Cast recordings of ''The Hot Mikado'', ''Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'', ''Metropolis'', ''South Pacific''; various engagements as a session singer.
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'''Television:''' Lily Fontaine in ''White Girls on Dope'' (Channel 4's ''Rear Window'' series); Helen in ''Afterword'' (Sky/Channel 4).
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Gael is co-writer of the comedy series ''Taxi Taxi'' for spanish Television and is currently writing more projects for production in Britain.
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== Gallery ==
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Coaches L96 1.jpg|Buffy, 1996
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Pumping Iron L96 Simon Marlow.jpg|Buffy, 1996
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Ensemble l96 01.jpg|Buffy, 1996
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Buffy Gael Johnson andreas53.jpg
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</gallery>
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Johnson, Gael}}
 
[[Category:Cast London]]
 
[[Category:Cast London]]
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[[Category:Cast Buffy]]
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[[Category:London Studio Centre Graduate]]

Latest revision as of 18:02, 29 July 2019

Starlight Express Credits

London - 1996-97 - Buffy

Biography (1996)

Trained: London Studio Centre

Theatre: Lady of Japan in Hot Mikado (Queens Theatre, West End); Lily St Regis in Annie (Civic Theatre, Guildford);Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Stadium Theatre Company); Issachar's wife in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium); Beso in Metropolis (Piccadilly Theatre); Beth in Carousel (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Bessie Noonan in South Pacific (Prince of Wales, London; Japan); A Cavalcade of Coward (Piccadilly Theatre); Principal Girl in Once in A Lifetime (Princess Theatre, Torbay).

Pantomime: Cinderella in Cinderella, Jilly in Jack and the Beanstalk (Hackney Empire); Molly in Jack and the Beanstalk (Palace Theatre, Watford); Cinderella in Cinderella (Medina Theatre).

Cabaret: West End Hits (Eachworld Productions).

Workshop: Katherine in Sunset Boulevard (Sydmonton Festival).

Recording: Cast recordings of The Hot Mikado, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Metropolis, South Pacific; various engagements as a session singer.

Television: Lily Fontaine in White Girls on Dope (Channel 4's Rear Window series); Helen in Afterword (Sky/Channel 4).

Gael is co-writer of the comedy series Taxi Taxi for spanish Television and is currently writing more projects for production in Britain.

Gallery