Gareth Snook

Monsieur André


Training: Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre includes: Lee Harvey Oswald in Assassins and Peter in Company directed by Sam Mendes (Donmar Warehouse and Albery), Alex in Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales), Harry in My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and creating the role of Artie Green in Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi) all for Trevor Nunn, Dino in The Rink (Cambridge), Grantaire/Bamatabois in Les Misérables (Palace), Harry in The Hired Man (Astoria), Skyrocket in Guys and Dolls (NT, Prince of Wales), Gus/Bustopher Jones in Cats (New London), Girlfriends (Playhouse), Closer Than Ever (Jermyn Street, Criterion and Vaudeville) and Pete in Show Boat (Royal Albert Hall). Also, Harold in The Full Monty and Father Dominic in Martin Guerre (tours), Side by Side by Sondheim (Harrogate), Joe Josephson in Merrily We Roll Along (Leicester Haymarket), Billy Flynn in Chicago (Manchester Library Theatre), Peter in Stags and Hens and Jesus in Godspell (Nottingham Playhouse and Churchill, Bromley) and Mickey in Blood Brothers (Derby Playhouse). Recently, William Finn’s Make Me a Song (New Players) and Gus in Cats (Italian tour).

Television includes: Pulaski, That Uncertain Feeling, The Bill, Ten Glorious Years, Rory Bremner – Who Else?, Company and French and Saunders.

Concerts include: Bamatabois in the tenth anniversary concert of Les Misérables and principal soloist in the Ira Gershwin tribute Who Could Ask for Anything More? (both televised from the Albert Hall), Cameron Mackintosh’s Hey, Mr Producer! (Lyceum) and Willie Conklin in Ragtime (European premiere, St David’s Hall, Cardiff). He was a guest performer at the opening gala of the new Millennium Centre Theatre, Cardiff (BBC 4).