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Glyn Kerslake was born on 1967 in Devon, United Kingdom.
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Tours and Repertory Credits include: The Three Phantoms (UK national tour), Alternate Ché, Evita (1st UK National tour), Wolf/Prince, Into The Woods (Manchester Library Theatre & Derby Playhouse), John, The Hired Man (Salisbury Playhouse), Dr Manislav, Two Cities (Salisbury Playhouse), Long John Silver, Treaure Island (Derby Playhouse), Prince, Snow White (Manchester Opera House), Neil Armstrong, Moon Landing (Derby Playhouse), Captain Von Trapp, The Sound of Music (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), Vinnie, The Odd Couple (The Mill at Sonning), Dick, Birthday Suite (The Mill at Sonning), The World Goes ‘Round (European Premier, Leeds Playhouse), Side By Side by Sondheim (Olympia Theatre, Dublin).
Glyn has appeared on many cast recordings and albums including A Night at the Musicals with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the original cast album of Miss Saigon, the Les Misérables 10th Anniversary Concert, the cast recording of Scrooge with Tommy Steele in the title role and selected tracks on Best of Broadway Glyn has also recorded an album called Don’t Judge an album by its Cover. He accompanied Linzi Hateley on her album For The First Time and wrote songs for her album Sooner or Later.
Glyn is well known for appearing in two West End shows at once. He spent a year in Les Misérables playing the role of Enjolras and at the same time was performing the role of Arnaud du Thil at certain performances of Martin Guerre just down the road at the Prince Edward Theatre. Glyn was also understudying the role of Jean Valjean whilst playing Enjolras. When he was required to step on and play Valjean in February 1997, he became the only actor ever to have played three principles roles in one week – in two separate West End musicals – on three consecutive nights. He still holds this record.
In 1989 Glyn appeared in Celebrating Sondheim at the Royal Festival Hall which was released on BBC Music.
After leaving Arts Educational School, Glyn appeared in Evita at Manchester Opera House and then in Evita’s first ever national tour. Glyn made his West End debut in the company of Les Misérables at the Palace Theatre in 1988. He then joined Miss Saigon, the original cast, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 1989. He later became Alternate Chris. Following this he played the leading role of Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard at the Adelphi Theatre. His other West End credits include Bob Cratchit in Scrooge (London Palladium), Arnaud Du Tihl in Martin Guerre (Prince Edward Theatre), Joe Josephson in Merrily We Roll Along (Harold Pinter Theatre) and in 1998 Glyn played the iconic role of The Phantom in Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Glyn Kerslake is a British actor who was born in 1967 in Devon. He trained as an actor at Arts Educational Schools, London. He has had an extensive career spanning more than 30 years playing leading roles in the West End and regional theatres nationwide, and has been a soloist in many orchestral concerts and radio broadcasts.