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Profiles - UK Tour 2004

Stephane's Bio

Stephane Anelli's Bio (Tony Manero)
Victoria Hamilton Barritt's Bio (Stephanie Mangano)
Darren Carnall's Bio (Bobby C)
Alex Jessop's Bio (Bobby C)
Jane Horn's Bio (Annette)
Steven Serlin's Bio (Monty)
Gavin Alex's Bio (Joey)
Zak Nemorin's Bio (Double J)
Teddy French's Bio (Gus)

Stephane Anelli - Tony

Stephane trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts.
He is very pleased to be returning to Saturday Night Fever having first appeared as Double J in the original German cast after graduating from college. In addition, he understudied and played the role of Tony Manero on numerous occasions, not only in Germany but also in the first UK tour of the show.
Since completing the tour Stephane has spent a very successful year working extensively in the commercial dance scene. This began with a UK arena tour followed by a European album promotion for S Club 7. He went on to work on the UK arena tour with the Pop Idol finalists and then with Sophie Ellis Bextor for the worldwide promotion of her album Read My Lips and the single "Murder on the Dancefloor".
Additional performances within the music industry include a video promotion for Emma Bunton EMMA Awards with The Lighthouse Family, Record of the Year with Atomic Kitten and The Number 1 Party with Nancy Sinatra.
Other commercial credits include Peugeot trade show (dancer/Assistant Choreographer, Birmingham NEC), Wella Hair Show (London), Vodafone Spring Ball (Earls Court, London), General Motors dealer launch (Cannes, France), The Royal Variety Performance, Indent for UK Bright Ideas, and television commercials for DFS, Scrabble (Challenge TV) and Dolce Vita (France).
Stephane appeared in the Scandinavian arena tour of Saturday Night Fever playing the role of Double J and understudying Tony Manero before taking lead on this UK tour.

Stephane is now appearing as Tony in Saturday Night Fever in London.

Victoria's Bio
Victoria Hamilton Barritt - Stephanie

Victoria began dancing at the age of 4, and by 11 she was in professional training at the Central School of Ballet under the ‘Chance to Dance’ scheme. Victoria was 14 when she gained a scholarship to the Lower School of the Urdang Academy of Ballet and Performing Arts and went on to attend the Upper School where she received extensive vocal and musical theatre training.
On graduating from the Urdang Academy the role of ‘Cat’ in ‘Oh! What a Night’ marked Victoria’s professional debut and she has spent a year touring with the show including a short stint where she covered Sheila Ferguson in the part of ‘Roxy Rochelle’ in Monte Carlo.
Victoria then went on to play ‘Connie’ in the Scandinavian tour of ‘Saturday Night Fever’, 1st Cover of ‘Lisa’ in ‘Mamma Mia’ in the west end and is delighted to be playing her first Principal role as ‘Stephanie’ in ‘Saturday Night Fever’.

Victoria is now appearing as Carmen Diaz in Fame in the West End.

Darren's Bio
Darren Carnall - Bobby C (Until early April 2004)

Darren began dancing at the June Pughe School of Dance in Coventry and went on to graduate from Laine Theatre Arts with his teaching qualifications.
Most recently he appeared in the original cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium in the ensemble, understudying the role of Goran. Prior to that he was a member of the original cast of Dorothy Fields Forever at the Jermyn Street Theatre. He also played the role of Curtis Halleybread and understudied the role of Michael Spofford in The Witches of Eastwick (Prince of Wales Theatre) and was a featured artist in the original cast of Fosse (Prince of Wales Theatre) where he got to work with the incredible Gwen Verdon.
Other theatre credits include Chicago (Adelphi Theatre), Scotty in Merrily We Roll Along, Rhythms of the Celts (Edinburgh Playhouse) and the QE2 world cruise 2001.
He was also assistant choreographer for the NYMT's production of Tin Pan Ali (Edinburgh Festival) and Bugsy Malone (Queen's Theatre).

Darren left the show in April 2004 and went on to appear in the musical A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum at the National Theatre, London, Beauty and the Beast (RSC), Debbie Does Dallas (Oxford) and from May will be appearing in Guys and Dolls in the West End. Darren also made an appearance on BBC2 in the Lesley Garrett Concert.

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Alex's Bio
Alex Jessop - Bobby C (April - June 2004)

Alex trained at Laine Theatre Arts and since graduating in 2002, his talents have been much in demand, and he has fast emerged as one of Britain’s most gifted musical theatre actors.
Alex has appeared in two of the West End’s most successful musicals, ‘Chicago’ at the Adelphi Theatre, and more recently in ‘We Will Rock You’ at the Dominion Theatre, in which he understudied and played the role of ‘Galileo’. During his time in this show, the production was awarded two prizes in the ‘Capital Gold Legends Awards’ and Alex was invited to perform at the awards ceremony, as ‘Galileo’ for a star studded audience which included music legend Diana Ross.
Having trained in all aspects of dance, Alex has appeared as a feature dancer in ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Dick Whittington’ both for LWT, and for the latter he also acted as assistant choreographer.
He has also appeared as a vocalist in the ‘West End Laine’ concert at the Aldwych Theatre, and was a featured performer in the ’50 Musical Theatre Years of Stage and Screen’ concert at London’s Palace Theatre.

Alex is now appearing as Bobby C in Saturday Night Fever in London.

Jane's Bio
Jane Horn - Annette

Jane trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School.
Theatre credits include: the final cast of Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria), understudying and playing the roles of Pearl and Dinah on numerous occasions; Hair the Musical (Oslo Speietram), Les Miserables, understudying and playing the part of Eponine (Palace Theatre, London), Penny in A Slice of Saturday Night (Theatre Royal, Lincoln), Benjamin's Wife/understudy narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; (Labatt's Apollo Theatre, London and UK tour), Columbia in the Rocky Horror Show (UK tour), They're Playing Our Song (international tour), Miranda in Return to the Forbidden Planet (Musical Theatre, Berlin), Baby Louise in Gypsy (national tour), Frances in Bless the Bride (Sadler's Wells, London).
Television credits include: Charlene in 2 Point 4 Children, Penny in Tricky Business, Michelle in Grange Hill (all BBC), and a presenter for Splash (ITV).
Most recently Jane has been playing the part of Annette on the Scandinavian tour of Saturday Night Fever and is now delighted to be playing the role on the UK tour.

Jane is now appearing as Pearl in the first UK tour of Starlight Express.

Steven's Bio
Steven Serlin - Monty

Steven was born in London and trained at the Italia Conti Academy. He has just finished playing the role of Tom Jenkins in the sell-out UK Tour of Scrooge the Musical starring Tommy Steele.
Steven is most noted for creating the role of Terry, a part he received critical acclaim for in the highly popular West End and touring productions of Boogie Nights.
Other theatre credits include;
PLAYS: Nick in Bedroom Farce; Mr Boo in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice; Wayne Hudson in Popcorn; Thomas Puttnam in The Crucible.
MUSICALS: Monty the DJ in Saturday Night Fever (First UK Tour); Mickey in the 80’s Musical Eternal Flame (UK Tour); Lead Singer in The Spirit of Broadway (World Tour); Joseph in Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Jesus in Godspell; Sonny in Grease (Dominion Theatre – West End); The 25th Anniversary Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar with Paul Nicholas; Middle Elvis in the UK touring production of Elvis the Musical; George Harrison in John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert (Rep.); Steven in Copacabana (Rep.); Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour); Will Scarlett in Robin Hood; Mateo in Ken Hill’s Zorro (Theatre Royal - Stratford East); Gary in A Slice Of Saturday Night (Rep.); Hysterium in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Rep.); Stadium Theatre Company on board the P&O ship Orian; Fleshcreep in Jack and the Beanstalk; Principal Reporter in Chess (West End / Tour).
He is particularly proud of playing the role of Angelo in Sir Peter Hall’s production of Piaf starring Elaine Paige at the Piccadilly Theatre, London.
Television work includes; Night Fever, Noel’s House Party, Theatreland, Going Live and Frank Stubb’s Promotes, and last year, the film Shoreditch with Joely Richardson and Shane Richie. Steven’s other passion is Comedy and he is currently writing a new TV sitcom for next year… he hopes! Steven is delighted to be reprising his role of Monty and thrilled to be reunited with his Lycra shorts!!

Steven re-joined Saturday Night Fever in London late September 2004.

Gavin's Bio
Gavin Alex - Joey

Gavin trained at Performers College under the direction of Brian Rodgers and Susan Stephens. Whilst training Gavin’s theatre credits include; backing ‘Sir Elton John’ at the “Stonewall Equality Show”, Royal Albert Hall, two consecutive summer seasons including one with ‘Paul Daniels’.
His career began, however, at the age of twelve when he toured with “Take That” on both English and European tours, playing the role of mini ‘Jason Orange’. He then joined the company of “Oliver” at the London Palladium playing ‘Dipper’ for six months.
His TV credits include; “Hall of Fame” for ‘Barbara Windsor’ (BBC), “Hidden Talents of the Rich & Famous 2” (LWT), “Barrymore”, (LWT) and most recently was part of the “Blue Peter Pantomime”!
Gavin has also appeared in numerous cabarets in London and New York. Most recently he marked his West End debut in Mamma Mia as swing and understudying and playing the part of Pepper.

Gavin is now appearing as Goody in Fame in the West End. He also understudies the parts of Joe and Nick.

Zak's Bio
Zak Nemorin - Double J

Zak trained at Millennium Dance 2000, studying all facets of Dance and Musical Theatre. Prior to that he attended the BRIT school for Performing Arts and Technology and the London Studio Centre.
Whilst at college Zak joined the original cast of We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre) where his credits include performing on Parkinson, Party At The Palace, Party In The Park and as a featured dancer on Children In Need. Other credits include dancing for Michael Popper in Making The Sunlight (Queen Elizabeth Hall); Believe Your Eyes (Aspects of Dance); London Rocks (Adelphi Theatre) and Showtime At The Stadium (Millennium Stadium, Cardiff), which was choreographed by Stephen Mear and aired on the BBC. Most recently, Zak has been appearing as ‘Aaron’ in Chicago (The Adelphi Theatre).
Zak’s other credits include the Cast Recording of We Will Rock You and the BRIT School Promotional Video 2002, shown at the BRIT Awards Ceremony.

Zak is now part of the ensemble of the musical Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre, London.

Ted's Bio
Teddy French - Gus

Teddy trained at the Arts Educational School in Tring.
Most recently Teddy appeared as Nat Gelder in Babes in Arms at the New Theatre in Cardiff; Ensemble in On Your Toes for the Leicester Haymarket Theatre; solo dancer in Tabaluga and LiIli Theatro Centro Oberhausen, solo dancer in Audentia (Neo-classical Dance Theatre), Sleeping Beauty for the Kenneth More Theatre and Kurt in The Sound of Music (UK tour).
Whilst at Arts Ed, Tring, Teddy played the role of Arthur Kipps in Half a Sixpence at the Markova Theatre.
TV credits include being featured on the Hear'Say video Lovin You Is Easy.

Teddy is now part of the ensemble in the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium.

Bio's taken from various SNF programs and the official SNF website

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