For over 25 years, Dave Willetts has been one of this country’s leading musical theatre stars.
He 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.
He was the first person in the world to have played the leading roles in the two most successful shows of recent times: Les Miserables (London and Australia) and The Phantom of the Opera (London and Manchester), for which he won the Evening News Award for Best Performance.
His other leading roles include: Old Deuteronomy in Cats (London); Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar (London and Europe); Father in Ragtime (London); Major Lee in Someone Like You (London); Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (National tour and London); Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd (National); Ben in Follies (Dublin); George in Sunday in the Park with George (National); Vladimir Vysotsky in Let Us Fly (London); Emile de Becque in South Pacific (National Tour); Max Von Mayerling in Sunset Boulevard (London; Olivier Award nominee); Julian Marsh in 42nd Street (National tour); Sir George Dillingham in Aspects of Love (London; Whatsonstage Theatregoers’ Choice Award nominee)and Professor Callahan in Legally Blonde ( National).
Dave has many international concert appearances to his name, including the concert halls of Monterrey, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Rotterdam and Munich, as well as the Royal Albert Hall, London. He also has a successful recording career, with solo albums and numerous show albums to his name. His latest album “Once in a Lifetime” is released in May 2012.
Dave has guested on most television chat shows and was honoured to be a recipient of This Is Your Life.
For a lot more information, go to www.davewilletts.com