Colin Zammit



Training: Originally from Malta, Colin trained at the Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre includes: Morino in Sunset Boulevard (Cork Opera House), Little Women (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Chess in Concert (Royal Albert Hall), Gontran in Writers’ Cramp directed by Simon Callow, and Captain Roberts in The Far Pavilions workshop. Also, Fredrik in A Little Night Music and Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest. In Malta he played several roles at the National Theatre including Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Emile de Becque in South Pacific, Freddy in My Fair Lady and Teen Angel in Grease. Other Malta credits include Riff in West Side Story, Amiens in As You Like It and Theo in Piaf.

Television includes: Tony in What We Did on Our Holiday.

Radio includes: Sunset Boulevard.

Recordings include: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and The Phantom of the Opera (film soundtracks), Little Women (cast recording) and The Far Pavilions (demo).

Other work includes: backing singer on Elton John’s 2003 UK tour.