Stephen trained at Mountview Theatre School. His professional debut was in the London Production of Les Misérables (Palace Theatre), understudying and playing Enjolras. He went on to play the title role in the 1999
UK tour of Martin Guerre (West Yorkshire Playhouse/ Cameron Mackintosh) and recreated the role on the 1999
cast recording (First Night Records). Other theatre work includes: Jerry Springer: the Opera (BAC, London); The
Woman in White (Sydmonton Festival); Harry and Young Ebenezer in Scrooge (UK tour) opposite Shane Richie, and
The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane and UK tour), playing Roger DeBris and covering Leo Bloom.
Stephen has also played the dame in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham) and in Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds). He appeared in Ken Hill’s Phantom of the Opera (Theatre Royal Lincoln), playing Raoul; in Kuala Lumpur with Stars of the Musicals (West End International) and Magical Musicals (Sunway Lagoon); also at the Broadway Music Theatre, Tokyo, as a soloist in Encore!. Stephen took part
in the workshop of the Cat Stevens musical Moonshadow, and toured the UK in You Don’t Bring Me Flowers – the
songs of Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand.
He has appeared in numerous concerts including: Showtime at the Stadium (BBC Wales); Sondheim Tonight
(Barbican); Salute to the Stars (Royal Albert Hall) and, most recently, One Enchanted Evening (Bournemouth
Symphony Orchestra). Stephen has toured in Europe with Gregorian – Masters of Chant; as backing vocalist for both Michael Crawford’s 2000 tour, and, most recently, for Russell Watson’s La Voce UK tour. He works extensively with the vocal cabaret group the WestEnders, both in the UK and internationally, and appears on their forthcoming album.
Stephen also works with Capital Voices as a session singer, soloist and backing vocalist for performers
including: Martine McCutcheon, Michael Ball, Elaine Paige, Gareth Gates, Michael Crawford and Will Young. Other
recording work includes: Hey Producer! (Danny Davies – released Mar 2012); Stars of the Musicals (JAY Records);
Sondheim Tonight (Barbican); title role in Merrick (Pirate Productions); Copacabana (Danish cast recording) and
various soundtracks (including: Sweeney Todd, 300, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Corpse Bride).
Stephen dedicates his performance to the memory of his loving and talented sister.