Carl Stallwood

Carl Stallwood(‘Danny’)

At the age of 19, Carl was awarded a full scholarship to train at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London, where he graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre.

Carl has played many lead roles including ‘Herb’ in Godspell, ‘Tevye’ in Fiddler on the Roof, ‘Ernst Ludwig’ in Cabaret, ‘Diesel’ in West Side Story, ‘Petruchio’ in Kiss Me Kate, ‘Luis’ in Copacabana, ‘Macbeth’ in Macbeth and ‘The Sergeant’ in Woyzeck at the New York Fringe Festival.

In 2008 Carl made his Westend debut starring in Eurobeat – Winning is Everything, and since then, went on to star in Evita, which was co-produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bill Kenwright. He was then cast by Bill Kenwright as the male lead role of ‘Amos’ in Whistle Down the Wind, also performing this role in the first musical production in The Grand Canal Theatre, ‘Finn’ in the full UK tour of Don’t Stop Believin; a tribute to Glee. Most recently Carl premiered Whiskey in the Jar; an original production based on the Thin Lizzy song starring as ‘Captain Farrell’ at The Red Cow in Dublin.

Other credits include Children in Need, co-presenting the Lawrence Olivier Awards with Richard Wilson and performing in a concert for the President of Israel.


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