Colin in the role of Squelch, "Love Never Dies", Regent Theatre, Melbourne. Jan, 2012.

 

 

 

Actor or live theatre performer, Colin can bring any character to life.

Colin has been performing in musical theatre for over twenty years and as a professional singer for over thirty.  Whether as part of a guitar duo, Old Time Music Hall Troupe, leading man in a Broadway style musical or just singing with a pub band, Colin’s variety of experience is vast.  

As a proud Tasmanian, Colin has performed in Hobart’s magnificent Theatre Royal in leading roles such as Bill Snibson (Me & My Girl), Sky Masterson (Guys n Dolls), Archibald Craven (The Secret Garden) and Barron Von Trapp (Sound Of Music), as well as some fun roles such as Big Daddy (Sweet Charity), Rooster Hannigan (Annie) and Pap Finn and the Duke (Big River).  Other favourite roles are Javert (Les Miserable) at the Derwent Entertainment Centre and Sweeny Todd (Sweeny Todd) at the Peacock Theatre.

 

Colin was part of the dancing male ensemble of Billy Elliott in Sydney and Melbourne, whilst understudying and performing the roles of Dad and George. 

 

Colin was also part of the cast of Jekyll & Hyde to tour South Korea with TML Enterprises, completing a tour of Taiwan with the same cast late in 2010. 

 

Colin performed as part of Andrew Loyd Webber’s team that brought “Love Never Dies”, the sequel to his Phantom of The Opera, to Australia.  This Australian production was filmed and distributed on DVD and through cinema release by Universal Studios world wide.

 

 

Colin recently played the role of "Billy" in the Tony award winning "Once", a new musical, at the Princess theatre, Melbourne.

Colin received a Helpmann Award nomination for this role.

 

 

 

Colin completed a twelve month tour of Australia with the Australian cast of the London Paladium production of The Sound of Music in Oct 2016.

 

The end of 2016 saw Colin play the priest in Life Like Company's production of "The Light In The Piazza" at the Melbourne Art Centre.

 

Colin’s television credits lie with the ABC late night show, “Something Hot Before Bed”, with movie credits being “Back From The Dead”, and “Dirt Cheap”, in which he played Donald the bumbling hit man.

Colin is represented in Australia by....

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