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Kathryn Evans 
Norma Desmond
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Kathryn played the title role for 18 months in the original West End production of Evita, directed by Harold Prince at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, before leading the show in its record-breaking run at the Opera House, Manchester, where she won the Manchester Evening News Readers’ Award for the Performance of the Year. She has played Eve in Applause (Manchester Library Theatre Company); Dorothy Flynn in the American cult musical, Niteclub Confidential (London Playhouse); Irene Molloy in the national tour of Hello, Dolly! with Dora Bryan; Erma in Cole Porter’s Anything Goes (Prince Edward Theatre, London); Cecily in another American cult show, The Case of the Dead Flamingo Dancer (Leatherhead and Bromley); Olive in Radio Times (Birmingham Rep and Queen’s Theatre, London); Marian Paroo in The Music Man; Maisie in Candlelight (Arts Council tour); title role in Hot Stuff (Leicester Haymarket); Rose in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love (directed by Gale Edwards, first national tour and the Prince of Wales Theatre, London); Maria in The Sound of Music (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Edith Piaf in Piaf (Leicester Haymarket); Lottie in Mack and Mabel (in its first ever West End production at London’s Piccadilly Theatre); Lily Garland in On the Twentieth Century (Bridewell Theatre, London); Something Wonderful (Rodgers and Hammerstein compilation – national tour); Violet in The Fix (directed by Sam Mendes, Donmar Warehouse); Side by Side by Sondheim (Greenwich); The Witch in Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods and Anna in Kander and Ebb’s The Rink (Leicester Haymarket) and Mona in Dames at Sea (Devonshire Theatre, Eastbourne and on tour). She played Desiree in Paul Kerryson’s acclaimed production of A Little Night Music (Leicester Haymarket); Vera in Pal Joey (Ipswich New Wolsey and Nottingham Playhouse); Sally in Stephen Sondheim’s Follies (Royal Festival Hall) and Peggy Porterfield in On Your Toes (Leicester and the Royal Festival Hall). Kathryn also played Mrs Darling in Peter Pan (Savoy Theatre) and Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance at the same venue. She has also played lead roles in four of the Lost Musicals at the Barbican: Jubilee, Bloomer Girl, Strike up the Band, and Sweet Adeline.

Kathryn has appeared extensively on TV including two Royal Variety Shows, The Lawrence Olivier Awards, Pebble Mill, Good Morning (BBC1); This Morning (ITV); CNN; Talking Telephone Numbers (ITV) and The National Lottery Live (BBC1); Tiger Bastable with Tony Slattery (Central); and in Hey, Mr Producer. She can be heard on the Original London Cast albums of Anything Goes, Radio Times, Mack and Mabel, The Fix, and on Aspects of Lloyd Webber (with John Barrowman), The Musicality of Rodgers and Hart and Success.

Kathryn is delighted to be reprising the role of Norma Desmond which she played at the Watermill Theatre earlier in the year, for which she was nominated for a TMA award for the best performance in a musical.

Ben Goddard 
Joe Gillis
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Ben trained at Leeds University and Guildford School of Acting.

Most recently he played Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard at the Watermill Theatre and Arnaud du Thil in Martin Guerre at the same venue. Other theatre credits include: Ross in Macbeth (Gale Theatre, Barbados), for which he also composed the music; Edward Ireton in Two Cities (Salisbury Playhouse); Juan in Murderous Instincts (Savoy Theatre); Damien in Old Big ’Ead in the Spirit of the Man (Nottingham Playhouse and UK tour); Sanders-Draper in The Good Intent and Tom in The Glass Menagerie (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); Charles B Cochrane in Over My Shoulder (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre); Paris in Romeo and Juliet, ensemble in Oh, What a Lovely War! and Amiens in As You Like It (Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park); Del Copeland and John Kelly in The Beautiful Game (Cambridge Theatre, London); Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar (UK and European tour); Horatio in Hamlet and Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing (Ludlow Festival); Inigo Jollifont in The Good Companions (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Dandini in Cinderella – The Panto With Soul (Theatr Clwyd); Balthazar in Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Exchange, Manchester); and ensemble in Kiss the Sky (Shepherds Bush Empire).

Television and film credits include: Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd (Dreamworks); The Somme: From Defeat to Victory (BBC); Trial and Retribution (BBC); London Bridge (Carlton) and Bugs (BBC).

Ben has also musically directed countless productions for theatres all over the UK and abroad. Recently he has been working as musical director for the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich on productions including Little Shop of Horrors and several rock’n’roll pantomimes.

Laura Pitt Pulford 
Betty Schaefer
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Laura trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits include: Susan in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Young Heidi in Follies (Royal Theatre in Northampton); Mrs Mullin in Carousel (Bridewell Theatre); Woman 1 in Closer Than Ever and Queen Isabella in Edward II (Edinburgh Fringe).

Laura played the role of Betty at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury and is thrilled to be reprising the role. This marks her West End debut.

Tomm Coles 
Artie Green
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Theatre credits include Frank Capra in Mack and Mabel (Criterion, West End and Watermill Theatre); Mordcha in Fiddler on the Roof (Savoy Theatre, West End, Sheffield Crucible and London Cast Recording); Artie Green in Sunset Boulevard (Watermill Theatre); Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); Roger in Silence (Sherman Theatre, Cardiff); Levi in Joseph (UK tour); Angelo in The Comedy of Errors (Stafford Shakespeare Festival); Louis in Sugar (Ipswich New Wolsey/ Clwyd Theatr Cymru); Edgar in Femme Fatale (Croydon Warehouse), and most recently Minimus/Moses in Animal Farm (West Yorkshire Playhouse).

Elisa Boyd 
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Elisa trained at Arts Educational Schools.

Theatre includes: Sunset Boulevard (Craig Revel Horwood, Watermill Theatre); She Stoops to Conquer (Jonathan Munby, Birmingham Repertory Theatre and UK tour); International Shakespeare Project (Michael Attenborough, Almeida/Sydney Theatre Companies); Present Tense (Trafalgar Studios); Amadeus (John Doyle, Wilton’s Music Hall); Gift of the Magi, Five Thirty (Jane Briers, King’s Head); Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime (Chris Luscombe, Bill Kenwright tour); Havel’s the Vanek Plays (Jamie Harper, Tristan Bates Theatre); Transmissions  (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (UK tour); The Man Who Dreamed (Edinburgh Festival).

Film and TV includes: London to Brighton, Orchestra, Lola Malady, Standing Room Only, and Galatea.

Alexander Evans 
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Alexander studied music at Southampton University and is a former member of the National Youth Music Theatre. Theatre includes: Sunset Boulevard, Honk! (Watermill Theatre); Do I Hear a Waltz? (Landor Theatre); Aspects of Love (tour); Hair (Octagon, Yeovil); Whistle Down The Wind (Riverside Studios); Oliver! (Edinburgh Fringe); Fanny – Lost Musicals (Lilian Bayliss, Sadler’s Wells); Beauty and the Beast (Princes Hall, Aldershot). Opera includes: Tenor roles in Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, The Impressario, Cavalleria Rusticana (Zeist Festival, Holland); The Merry Widow, Don Carlos, The Barber of Seville and The Magic Flute (Pavilion Opera); Eugene Onegin, The Bartered Bride (New Youth Opera). Alexander was a principal vocalist on the Queen Mary 2 for its maiden and inaugural season. For Opera on the Run he has sung in the UK, Europe and Asia. He has also been a vocalist for Spirit of the Dance (UK tours) and Christmas seasons at Thursford.

Kate Feldschreiber 
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Kate trained in musical theatre at The Guildford School of Acting.

Prior to this, she gained a first class degree in social anthropology from The London School of Economics.

Kate made her professional debut in 2007 in The Soldier’s Fortune (Young Vic) and then went on to perform in The Fingask Follies (Scottish Tour). In 2007/2008 Kate played Drood in Rupert Holmes’ Tony Award-winning musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon). She was then cast as Mary in Sunset Boulevard at the Watermill. Other theatre credits include: Rita La Porta in Lucky Stiff (Electric Theatre); Ensemble in Oklahoma! (Yvonne Arnaud); Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes (Budleigh Salterton); Florence in Chess, Rizzo in Grease (Imperial College, London); Angela in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (London Oratory); and Rose Smith in The Biograph Girl (Hoxton Hall).

Kate has performed extensively as a singer, cellist and pianist at venues ranging from St John’s, Smith Square to the Queen Elizabeth Hall. She has also sung and recorded with the National Youth Choir and Rodolfus. In October 2007, Kate co-devised and co-directed SINS, a musical revue at the Canal Cafe Theatre, London.

She is absolutely delighted to be making her West End debut in Sunset Boulevard and dedicates her performance to Julius, Annie, Cyril and Dorothy.

Sam Kenyon 
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Sam Kenyon read English at Cambridge University before training in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre credits include: Merrily We Roll Along (Watermill); Take Flight (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Soldiers Fortune (Young Vic); Amadeus (Wilton’s Music Hall); The Mushroom Pickers (Southwark); The Burial at Thebes (Nottingham Playhouse); As You Like It (Wyndham’s); Sweeney Todd (Watermill/West End); Ion and Les Justes (Gate); Jerry Springer: The Opera (BAC/Edinburgh); Stairs to the Roof (Chichester Minerva); Macbeth, The Othello Music and Love (BAC); Con Voce and A-Ronne (Almeida Opera); Weilland Lenya (New End); Tropical Tree (Lyric Studio); The Demon Headmaster (national tour).

Film credits include: Venus (Roger Michell, 2007).

Soundtracks include: Take Flight (PS Classics).

Writing includes: Best Friends and Butterflies, a new musical currently being optioned for theatre/ animation development, and The Firebrand of Florence (Capriccio Records).

He has written one novel, and is currently working on a second.

Nick Lashbrook 
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Nick trained at Rose Bruford College.

His theatre credits include: Sebastian in Twelfth Night, Keith in Up on the Roof, Charlie in Room at the Top, Banquo in Macbeth, Buttons in Cinderella, a musician in Curses!, Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Dancer in Keep on Running, Victor in Private Lives, Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Tom in Sleeping Beauty, Jim in The Good Intent, Bosun Arras in Return to the Forbidden Planet, Harry Blitzein in Blitz!, Jem and Mr Gilmer in a tour of To Kill a Mockingbird, Holmswood in Dracula, John Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest and Dapper Dan in Face (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); Giant Blunderbore in Jack and the Beanstalk, Primp/Sir Ivor in Beauty and the Beast, Mordred in Sleeping Beauty, and various roles in Oh What a Lovely War (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); Protean in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (New Wolsey Theatre); Return to the Forbidden Planet (Savoy Theatre); Jerry Allison in The Buddy Holly Story (Strand Theatre, a part he reprised for the Danish tour); Sammy in Happy End (ICA Theatre) and Goody in Fame (UK tour). Nick created the role of Julio for the very short but eventful run of Murderous Instincts (Theatre
Royal Norwich and Savoy Theatre, London).

Television credits: include TFI Friday, The Gaby Roslin Show, Whatever You Want, Noel’s House Party, The Hidden Camera Show, This Morning, Down to Earth, work for the BBC, and a feature for Sky.

Film credits include: Nick has made several film appearances, one of which, T@ngled Web was screened at the West End Curzon cinema, and Closed Circuit screened at the Ritzy Brixton.

Tarek Merchant 
Hog-Eye/Shadow MD
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Tarek was born in London and trained at Rose Bruford College, graduating from the Actor- Musicianship Course last summer.

While at Rose Bruford, Tarek played The Baker in Sondheim’s Into the Woods (Greenwich Theatre), David Cutrere in Orpheus Descending, Brutus in Julius Caesar and Azdak in Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tarek is a keen composer and holds a first class degree in Music from York University.

He is delighted to be making his West End debut in Sunset Boulevard having fulfilled a longheld ambition by appearing in the original cast at the Watermill Theatre.

Craig Pinder 
Cecil B De Mille
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Craig is originally from the Bahamas. He trained as an actor at RADA and has recently completed an MA in Actor Training and Coaching at Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre credits include: Courfeyrac in the original company of Les Misérables at the Barbican, and Jean Valjean at the Palace Theatre; Harry in Mamma Mia! (Prince Edward); Marshall in Baby Doll (Birmingham Rep); Calvin in Life During Wartime (Lyric Studio); Karl in Popcorn (national tour); McBurney in Not About Nightingales (Royal National Theatre); Macmorris/Rambures in Henry V and the Parson in A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (Shakespeare’s Globe, opening season); Sheldrake in Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi); Banquo in Macbeth (Greenwich Theatre and tour); Shem in Children of  (Prince Edward); Sgt Major in The Hired Man (Leicester Haymarket and Astoria) and Count Francesco Cenci in The Cenci (Lyric Studio). For the Royal Shakespeare Company: Amiens in As You Like It, Miller in Singer, the Doctor in The Duchess of Malfi, and Rona Anderson in Moscow Gold. For the Royal Exchange Theatre: The Merchant in The Comedy of Errors, Lt Practice in Little Murders, The Prince in Romeo and Juliet, Louis in A View From the Bridge, and Eric Bogosian’s Drinking in America. Other repertory includes: Hands Up for You the War is Ended, The Mikado and A Dear Nobody (New Vic); Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (Scarborough); Graham in A Chip in the Sugar-Talking Heads, and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night (Eye Theatre, Suffolk); Booth in Assassins (Library Theatre, Manchester); Lambert Le Roux in Pravda (Swan, Worcester); Cubit in Brighton Rock (Belgrade, Coventry); Frank in All My Sons (Palace, Watford); Sandy in A Touch of Spring (Harrogate) and Bobby in Company (Northcott, Exeter). Theatre in America includes: Not About Nightingales (Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas); Antony and Cleopatra, Kean and The Greeks (Hartford Stage Company); Melchoir in Spring Awakening and Moon in The Real Inspector Hound (Kenyon Festival Theatre); Len in The Dwarfs, Stephen Blackpool in Hard Times and Powell in Find Your Way Home (Off-Off Broadway).

Television: Search for Tomorrow (NBC); Edmond and One Day (BBC); True Heroes/Flooding Mine (Discovery).

Film: Irving in The American Way, Mike in Daybreak.

Helen Power 
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Helen trained in musical theatre at Mountview Academy after completing a Performing Arts degree at Middlesex University. Helen was also a member of the National Youth Music Theatre, playing lead roles in Whistle Down the Wind (Sadler’s Wells; West Yorkshire Playhouse; Riverside Studios) and the Raven in Pendragon (Broadway, New York). However, her professional debut took her back to her homeland, the Isle of Man, playing the role of Carmen in Fame at the Gaiety Theatre.

Helen’s theatre credits include Joanna in Sunset Boulevard (Watermill Theatre); Miranda in The Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (national tour); The Nurse in Oh, What a Lovely War! (Bolton Octagon); Jane in Salad Days (Greenwich Theatre, Devonshire Park Theatre); Pitti-Sing in Hot Mikado (Watermill Theatre); the title role in Peter Pan (Billingham Forum); The Evil Enchantress in Beauty and the Beast (Darwen Library Theatre); Gloria in Brassed Off (Oldham Coliseum); Jane in Salad Days (50th anniversary tour); Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (tour); title role in Cinderella (Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond); Bridie in an extract from Masquerade (International Playwriting Festival, Croydon Warehouse Theatre) and she created the role of Miss Davis in the Glenn Miller musical American Patrol (Mayflower Theatre). Helen also appeared in the BBC drama Capturing Mary and performs globally as a lead vocalist with the highly acclaimed Incognito Artists.

Dave Willets 
Max Von Meyerling
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Dave Willetts has been critically acclaimed both nationally and internationally from Europe to Australia for numerous leading roles in some of the most renowned musicals of our time.

In 1985 Dave played the leading role in Jean Valjean in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s roduction of Les Misérables at the Palace Theatre, London, under the direction of Trevor Nunn. In 1997 he re-created the role for the 10th anniversary production of Les Misérables at the Theatre Royal in Sydney, Australia. He played the Phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera, directed by Hal Prince at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London, thus becoming the first person in the world to play leading roles in both of these coveted musicals. He also played the same role at the Opera House, Manchester, for which he won the Evening News award for Best Performance. Dave created the roles of Major Lee, opposite Petula Clark in Someone Like You at the Strand Theatre, London, Zero Janvier in the premiere of Tim Rice’s Tycoon at the Sydmonton Festival and Tom in Lonely Heart directed by Stephen Rayne. He received huge critical acclaim when he sang the role of Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican, London, prior to performing the same role for the European tour.

Dave has many international concert appearances to his name, including the concert halls of Monterey, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Rotterdam and Munich, as well as the Royal Albert Hall, London. As well as numerous sell-out tours of his own concerts, he has starred in a number of highly successful stage concerts including The Magic of the Musicals, Something Wonderful (a celebration of the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein), A Lot of Living (celebrating the work of American composer Charles Strouse) in Hollywood and Broadway. Dave has worked closely with the great American composer John Kander for a special concert broadcast by the BBC, and subsequently released on CD. He is also closely connected with the work of Stephen Sondheim, having played the role of Ben in the Irish premiere of Follies in Dublin, George in the regional premiere of Sunday in the Park With George and his portrayal of Sweeney in Sweeney Todd was described by the critics as “…the definitive performance”. Dave created the role of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in the world premiere of Jekyll at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

Dave’s varied musical abilities were shown to great effect when he appeared at London’s famous Pizza on the Park receiving great critical acclaim for his jazz ’n’ chat style of dinner shows. He has presented his own radio shows on national BBC radio and has made guest appearances on most radio and TV shows, and was delighted to be surprised by Michael Aspel when he was the subject of This Is Your Life. Dave has a successful recording career, having four solo albums and numerous show albums to his name. In 1999 he ventured into the world f pantomime playing Captain Hook opposite Toyah Willcox in J M Barrie’s Peter Pan. In 2001 Dave appeared as Old Deuteronomy in the 20th anniversary production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats at the New London Theatre, London. In 2002 Dave starred as Adam Pontipee in a national tour of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. He created the role of Vladimir in the world premiere of Let Us Fly, a new musical based on the life of Russian poet and songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky. He also created the role of Father in the European premiere of Ragtime at the International Festival of Musical Theatre, which was subsequently shown on BBC TV and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Then in 2003 Ragtime transferred to the Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End where he once again recreated the role of Father.

In 2004 he filmed A Christmas Carol for the Hallmark Network in America. Dave created the role of Bert in the hugely successful Go and Play up Your Own End at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, starring alongside Jasper Carrott. In 2005/6, Dave once again starred in the national tour of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, which subsequently transferred for a season to the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London’s West End. 2007 saw Dave starring as Julian Marsh in the hugely popular 42nd Street before going on to star as Emile De Becque in the national tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific.

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Tim Jackson 
Male Understudy
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Tim Jackson trained in musical theatre at Mountview Academy, graduating in 2008. Before that, he gained his BA (Hons) in Music from New College, Oxford University, where he specialised in performance, orchestration and film music. He was a choral scholar of the Choir of New College, Oxford with whom he recorded six albums and toured internationally.

Recent theatre credits include Igor in Holoray Holiday (Arcola) and Snout/Wall in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Thelma Holt Japan tour). Prior to Mountview he played Andy Lee in 42nd Street, Ugly in Honk!, Tony in The Boy Friend, Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz and Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls.

Opera credits include The Birds by Ed Hughes, Handel’s Theodora, Puccini’s Tosca and Blow’s Venus and Adonis. Tim also works as an MD/Arranger, recent credits include Kean (Apollo, dir Adrian Noble); The Boatswain’s Mate and Ordinary Days (both at the Finborough Theatre) and His Grace’s Betting Shop (Menier Chocolate Factory).

Tim is delighted to make his West End debut in Sunset Boulevard, and thanks his family and friends for their constant love and support.

Jessica Martin 
Norma Desmond Understudy
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Jessica began her professional career at sixteen, singing with her jazz pianist father at the St James Club in Mayfair. She graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama and London University with a BA honours degree in English and Drama. Shortly after she developed a solo cabaret act as a comedy impressionist. Regular gigs on the comedy cabaret circuit soon landed Jessica her first prime time television success as the sole girl impressionist in LWT’s Copycats and voice work non Spitting Image with regular spots on variety and chat shows as well as guest appearances on a number of Royal Variety shows. Jessica crossed over to musical theatre when she starred as Sally Smith in the West End production of Me and My Girl at the Adelphi Theatre for two years, followed by a sell-out national tour. Other leading roles include Mabel Normand in Jerry Herman’s hit West End musical Mack and Mabel (Piccadilly Theatre); Nellie Forbush in a national tour of South Pacific; Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz; the Olivier award nominated productions of Babes in Arms and The Card (Open Air Theatre Regent’s Park); Mrs Lovett in Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (Bridewell Theatre, London) and Trudy in Dick Vosburgh and Denis King’s A Saint She Ain’t (King’s Head Islington). Other plays include Candida, Surprise Party and Larkin With Women plus numerous radio credits including her own Radio 2 special set in forties’ Hollywood Cybill Liberty; Ned Sherrin’s Review of Revues (BBC Radio 2); and the role of Alma Cogan in Radio 4’s Stage Mother, Sequinned Daughter. She  recently played Barbra Streisand in the Radio 4 play Jack Rosenthal’s Last Act, directed by Maureen Lipman. Jessica has also enjoyed success with her one-woman show Sunset Bitch at the New York Fringe Festival. She created a new musical comedy Taste the Love, which premiered at the Jermyn Street Theatre in 2004 and played Pippa and Sylvia in Exclusive Yarns at the Wimbledon Studio Theatre later that year. She returned to Jermyn Street with Danny and Sylvia in November 2005. In 2006 Jessica toured in the Nottingham Playhouse production of Tracy Beaker Gets Real, playing Tracy’s mum. She also performed in the premiere of Dick Vosburgh and Denis King’s The UnAmerican Songbook. She performed in a new two-hander play Unnatural Acts by Nick Awde and Chris Bartlett at the Gilded Balloon for the Edinburgh Festival 2007. Jessica most recently performed in the new Boublil, Schoenberg and Legrand musical Marguerite at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband Nigel and two children Ben and Francesca.

Sioned Saunders 
Female Understudy
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Sioned was born and raised in South Wales and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre credits include: John Oyle’s production of Amadeus Wilton’s Music Hall); Penny in onk! (Watermill, Newbury); Jane Mart in the Welsh premiere of The Witches of Eastwick (New Theatre, Cardiff); opening of the Wales Millennium Centre; Marigold in Tickledom (Wales Millennium Centre); Louise in the world premiere of Only the Brave (New Theatre, Cardiff). Recent productions include Mollie in Animal Farm at the West Yorkshire Playhouse directed by Nicolai Foster.

Television credits include Casualty for BBC.

Sioned is thrilled to be making her West End debut in Sunset Boulevard, and would like to thank her family for their continuous support.

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