Simon Green

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simon greenSimon Green trained at LAMDA and made his West End debut as Tony in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of The Boyfriend (Old Vic & Albery). Other London and West End credits include: Sunday In The Park With George (Menier Chocolate Factory/Wyndham’s); Knight of the Burning Pestle (Barbican); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Dominion); Passion (Queen’s); Follies (Shaftesbury); March of the Falsettos (Albery);  Elegies (Criterion); Coriolanus (Young Vic); The Scarlet Pimpernel (Her Majesty’s); Lady Be Good (Regent’s Park) and for the RSC: The Wizard of Oz and Showboat (Palladium). Most recently he appeared in The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary and Sondheim at 80 – BBC Proms (both at the Royal Albert Hall).

Simon has played leading roles in many major regional theatres, including Travesties (Nottingham Playhouse); Arcadia (Ipswich); High Society (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Relative Values (Salisbury Playhouse); Don Giovanni (Kings Theatre, Glasgow); Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime (Guildford and Windsor); as well Aladdin and Dick Whittington (Oxford Playhouse).

Other theatre includes: Anything Goes (Grange Park); Putting It Together, Antony and Cleopatra, and Cavalcade (Chichester); Noel and Gertie and House and Garden (Scarborough); The Phantom of the Opera (Manchester Opera House); The Play’s The Thing (Cambridge Theatre Company); The Beaux’s Stratagem and The Bacchae (Bristol Old Vic).

Television includes: Affinity; Robin Hood; Roman Road; Urban Gothic; Rhona; Eastenders; In the Red; Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde; The Upper Hand; After Henry; Never the Twain, Victoria Wood As Seen On TV; The Two of Us; The Agatha Christie Hour; The Good Companions.

Films include: A Christmas Carol; Bedrooms and Hallways; Day Release; Dead in the Water.

Simon’s cabarets, with musical director and arranger, David Shrubsole, are familiar in London’s major cabaret venues and have played New York at Feinstein’s, The Metropolitan Room, Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall and the 59E59 Theaters with Coward at Christmas and Travelling Light (2010 Drama Desk Award nomination – Outstanding Musical Revue).