Stephen Tate

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Stephen Tate is a British actor and musical theatre artist.

Television credits[edit]

He is possibly best known for his recurring role as Alan in the 1970s television drama Survivors and as Dick Meyer in the 1980s comedy drama Big Deal alongside Ray Brooks

His other credits include: Z-Cars, The Onedin Line, Blake's 7, Yes Minister, The Black Adder, Dear John, Boon, The Bill, Minder, Cardiac Arrest, Silent Witness and Emmerdale. He played Monsieur Fauchlevant in the 2012 film version of Les Misérables

Musical theatre[edit]

Tate has had a distinguished career in London's West End:

Since 16 July 2007, he has starred as Jacob/Guru/Potiphar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Adelphi, West End).

  • He also starred as Jesus Christ in the Christian band and DVD "Hero"

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