Duncan Smith

Don Attilio (Il Muto) /Firechief

Training: Duncan was born in Helensburgh, Scotland, and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Theatre includes: recently, God Sports (New End), the award-winning revival of La Cage aux Folles (Playhouse), Marguerite (Theatre Royal, Haymarket), UK tours of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Kiss Me, Kate, Anything Goes (NT and Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Calamity Jane (Shaftesbury) and The Secret Garden (RSC and Aldwych). Also, in the West End, Spend, Spend, Spend (Piccadilly), Doctor Dolittle (Apollo, Hammersmith), Evita (Prince Edward and UK tour) and Copacabana (Prince of Wales) and Chess (Prince Edward), and Love’s Labour’s Lost, Lady in the Dark and The Inheritor (NT). Regional: Kes (Theatre Royal, York), Jesus Christ Superstar, She Loves Me and The Mikado (Perth), The Little Matchgirl and Iolanthe (Orange Tree) and Camelot (Liverpool Playhouse).

Other work includes: workshop productions for companies including Opera North and the Old Vic, musical soundtracks and television shows.

Duncan previously appeared in The Phantom of the Opera in 1991 and is delighted to be rejoining the show in its 25th anniversary year.