Gareth Snook


Training: Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre includes: in the West End: Andre in Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre and 25th Anniversary production at Royal Albert Hall), Lee Harvey Oswald in Assassins (Donmar Warehouse), Peter in Company (Donmar and Albery Theatre), both Directed by Sam Mendes, Alex in Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales), Harry in My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), created the role of Artie Green in Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi) All For Trevor Nunn, Dino in The Rink (Cambridge), Grantaire/Bamatabois in Les Miserables (Palace), Harry in The Hired Man (Astoria), Skyrocket in the Royal National Theatre’s Guys and Dolls (Prince of Wales), Gus/Bustopher Jones in Cats (New London), Girlfriends (Playhouse), Closer Than Ever (Jermyn Street, Criterion & Vaudeville), Pete in Show Boat (Royal Albert hall), and Sondheim: Men (St James’ Theatre). Other theatre: Harold in The Full Monty (national tour), Father Dominic in Martin Guerre (national tour), Side By Side By Sondheim (Harrogate), Joe Josephson in Merrily We Roll Along (Leicester Haymarket), Billy Flynn in Chicago (Manchester Library), Peter in Stags and Hens (Nottingham Playhouse), Jesus in Godspell (Churchill, Bromley), Mickey in Blood Brothers (Derby Playhouse), Harry in Diamond (Kings Head Theatre), And The World Goes Round (Union Theatre), Café Society Swing (Leicester Square Theatre), Bamatabois in the 10th Anniversary Concert of Les Miserables (Royal Albert Hall),principal soloist in the Ira Gershwin Tribute Who Could Ask For Anything More (Royal Albert Hall), Hey! Mr Producer (Lyceum Theatre, London), Willie Conklin in Ragtime (St David’s Hall, Cardiff – European Premiere), guest performer (and the first person to sing on the stage) at the opening gala night of the new Millennium Centre Theatre in Cardiff, televised live for BBC 4 and played a principal role in Make Me A Song (Charing Cross Theatre, London).

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

Film includes: Les Miserables