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Sean is celebrating his 25th anniversary and his well-deserved reputation as a performing artist, appearing in the West End, internationally and on television. He was last seen in the West End as Jean Valjean, the protagonist in Les Miserables. He also played the role of the American, Freddie Trumper in the 20th anniversary concert of Chess, in front of 10,000 viewersat the Oslo Spectrum Stadium.
He played the part of George, alongside Elaine Paige in the acclaimed Broadway hit, The Drowsy Chaperone at London's Novello Theatre and Mr. Braithwaite in the award-winning West End production of Billy Elliot.
He excelled in the role of Tom Jenkins in Scrooge at the Dominion, and in Cats as Admetus and Munkustrap at the New London theatre.
On the open-air stage at Cornwall's famous Minack Theatre Sean played Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar. He also played the dentist Orin Scrivello in Little Shop of Horrors at Birmingham, Bill Austin in Mama Mia! in the international touring production, The Man in Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others at the Lyric Hammersmith. On UK tour and on the Dublin Festival, Johnny Reno in Burlesque and Saucy Jack in Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens in London.
He also played Nicholas Sker in The Lie at the Hen & Chickens Theatre, Cyrano de Bergerac in a new adaptation of Cold Moon Rising at the Jermyn Street Theatre, Tom Jenkins in Scrooge at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley as well as in the UK and European tour. Mike Costa in the celebrated anniversary production of A Chorus Line at the Derby Playhouse and also Gabey in the UK Touring production of On the Town.
Sean was also seen in productions of Engament, A Month in the Country and The Rivals, all at the Liverpool Playhouse
For television, he played the role of PC Harrison in "Poirot" for ITV as well as Stuart Ambrose in "Wire in the Blood" for Coastal, Colin Piper in "Merseybeat" on the BBC and Gary Stephens in "The Bill" for ITV.
As a rock and blues singer with a vocal range of more than three octaves, Sean, started performing at the age of 15, mainly in the Clubs in the northern working-class areas before he toured worldwide and performed many gigs and concerts. As the front man of the Delta Blues Band, Sugarland Slim he performed as one of the main acts at blues festivals in Europe and produced two highly successful CD, "Blues This Bad" and "Texas Calypso". Sean co-wrote and performed as guitarist, drummer and keyboard player on both albums.
His recently released a CD under the title "Skuffle" which contains 16 rock classics from three legendary musicians recorded with acoustic instruments only.
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Translated from the German text, so sorry for any slight grammatical mistakes and paraphrasing!
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