Andrew Bevis

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Andrew Bevis is an Australian-born actor known for a wide range of theatrical roles. Beginning his career as a musician, Bevis was initially a musical director on the original Australian production of The Phantom of the Opera.

Whilst on the production Bevis was offered the juvenile lead in a new Australian production of Hello, Dolly! alongside veteran actors Jill Perryman and Till Death Us Do Part's Warren Mitchell.

Bevis has gone on to play a wide ranging selection of roles on London's West End including Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Piccadilly Theatre), Tremont the 'Chick with a Dick' in Jerry Springer: The Opera, Marius in Les Misérables, Tobias in Sweeney Todd, Joseph Cable in South Pacific (BBC), Henrik in A Little Night Music and title role in the new production of Martin Guerre (Watermill Theatre / Cameron Mackintosh).

Bevis also voiced the role of Prince Lune in the English version of Studio Ghibli's feature animation The Cat Returns alongside Anne Hathaway, Tim Curry, Elliott Gould, Kristen Bell and Cary Elwes. He also starred in the award winning short film Will You Love Me co-starring Tamsin Carroll.

Andrew Bevis also starred as Brad in the new Gale Edwards production of The Rocky Horror Show at the Star Theatre in Sydney and comedy theatre in melbourne .

In 2010 he toured Australia and New Zealand with Sir Michael Parkinson as his on stage pianist performing as Dudley Moore.

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