|Born||Rosemary Elizabeth Ashe
28 March 1953
|Occupation||Stage actress and singer|
Rosemary Ashe (born 28 March 1953) is an English stage actress and classically trained opera singer.
Early life and training
Her wealth of theatre roles include Carlotta in the original London production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, "Felicia Gabriel" in The Witches of Eastwick at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, "Miss Andrew" in the original London production of Mary Poppins opposite Laura Michelle Kelly, "Madame Thenardier" in Les Misérables, Yum Yum in The Metropolitan Mikado, Widow Corney in Oliver! at the London Palladium, "The Beggar Woman" in a concert version of Sweeney Todd alongside Bryn Terfel and Philip Quast at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Awards and nominations
Ashe received an Olivier Award nomination, Best Supporting Performance in a Musical in 2001 for her role in The Witches of Eastwick. 
In 2004 she recorded a song for the CD Weird & Wonderful - A Collection Of Songs by Alexander S. Bermange celebrating weirdos and weirdness, featuring sixteen West End stars (released on Dress Circle Records).
She can be heard on the cast recordings of The Phantom of the Opera, The Boy Friend, Bitter Sweet, Kismet, The Student Prince, Song of Norway, Oliver, The Killer Soprano, The Witches of Eastwick, Serious Cabaret, Mary Poppins amongst others.
- Gans, Andrew (13 June 2007), Terfel, Friedman, Evans and Quast to Star in London Sweeney Todd, Playbill.com, retrieved 2007-06-14
- "Review. 'Stepping Ou't (Tour - Manchester)" whatsonstage.com, 6 October 2009
- Olivier Awards, 2001" olivierawards.com, retrieved 9 March 2017
- Official website
- Rosemary Ashe Musical Theatre Masterclasses at Jermyn Street Theatre
- Feature article at TheStage.com
- Interview on the Official Viv Nicholson Website
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