Starlight Express Credits

London - 1992-93 - Dustin

London - 1993-94 - Dustin

London - 1994-95 - Dustin

London - 1998-99 - Dustin

London - 1999-00 - Dustin

London - 2000-01 - Swing (cover Greaseball and Poppa)

London - 2001-02 - Swing (cover Greaseball, alternate Poppa[2])

Biography (2001)

Born: Middlesborough, Cleveland.

Trained: Two-year course in Drama and Theatre Arts at Stockton and Billingham Technical College; Arts Educational Schools, London on the Musical Theatre course.

Theatre: Ray in A Bit of Rough (Rosemary Branch Theatre, London); Specialist/Mr Simpson in Tommy (UK Tour); Simeon in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour); Little Shop of Horrors (National Tour); Dustin and Greaseball in Starlight Express (London); Herbie in Pleasing Mother (Dovecot Arts Centre, Stockton).

Television: The Knock (LWT); Rough Justice (BBC); You Me and Marley (BBC); The Royal Variety Performance (BBC); Sit-Com Festival with the Cock & Bull Company at Riverside Studios (Channel 4).

Film: Down In the City (Channel 4); Simon in Caff (LIFS); Solly in The Hackney Downs - winner of Best Short Film award at the Munich Film Festival (BBC).

Radio: Lead role of Stan in The Monkey House (three-part serial for BBC Radio 4).

Recording: Dustin on The New Starlight Express (1992 Polydor).

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