Spotlight: BRETT BROWN


BRETT BROWN by Michael Carlo
Photo: Michael Carlo
2 Futura House, 169 Grange Road, London SE1 3BN
Phone: 020-7237 3523
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'11" (180cm)
Playing Age:28 - 35 years
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Natural

About me:

Brett is appearing in Wise Children's 'Romantics Anonymous' directed by Emma Rice, currently on tour in America.

Stage Film Radio Concert Rehearsed Reading Further Credits
2020, Stage, Fred/Salesman/Swing, Romantics Anonymous, Wise Children, Emma Rice
2019, Stage, Banjo Paterson, When The World Was Wide, Camerata / QPAC, Tama Matheson
2018, Stage, Henry V, Henry V, Craiova International Shakespeare, EU tour, Philip Parr
2018, Stage, Himself, To Sleep Perchance to Dream, Art Gallery of NSW, Brett Brown
2017, Stage, Hamlet, Hamlet: Tears of a Chameleon, Zero Point Motion (Seoul South Korea), Hobin Park (dir. & choreographer)
2017, Stage, Ben, Fishskin Trousers, Park Theatre, Robert Price
2017, Stage, Guildenstern & Player Queen, Hamlet, Hamletscenen, Kronborg Castle Elsinore, Lars Engel
2017, Stage, Henry V, Henry V, York Theatre Royal, Holden Street Theatre, EU tour, Philip Parr
2017, Stage, Himself, Postcards, Resonate Concert Series Art Gallery of NSW, Brett Brown
2016, Stage, Vivaldi, Vivaldi: Lovers & Warriors, St. Stephen's Macquarie Street, Mark Quarmby
2016, Stage, Henry V, Henry V, European Shakespeare Festivals Network - EU tour, Philip Parr
2015, Stage, Tiresias, Tiresias, Bloomsbury Festival, Scott Ellis
2014, Stage, Ben, Suffolk Stories, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmonds, Robert Price
2013, Stage, Ross, Macbeth, Little Angel Theatre, Peter Glanville
2013, Stage, Ben, Fishskin Trousers, Finborough Theatre & Guilgud (RADA Festival), Robert Price
2013, Stage, Mercutio, Dream On (Shakespeare's Dreams), Ostrava Shakespeare Festival, Philip Parr
2012, Stage, The Waiter / understudy Julian, Dear World, Charing Cross Theatre, Dame Gillian Lynne
2012, Stage, Phaedra, Phaedra, The Cockpit Theatre, Andrew Visnevski
2011, Stage, Sebastian & Stephano, The Tempest, RSC/Little Angel Theatre, Peter Glanville
2010, Stage, Henry, Coalition: Westminster Side Story, Theatre503, Pia Furtado
2010, Stage, Ensemble, Oh What A Lovely War!, Haymarket Theatre Basingstoke, Richard Williams
2010, Stage, Gash, Last Easter, Royal Academy, Jude Christian
2010, Stage, The Duke of Ferrara, Poetry Show, Hazel McBride
2009, Stage, Schaunard, La Boheme, The Cock Tavern Kilburn, Robin Norton-Hale
2009, Stage, Ferdinand, The Tempest, Gdansk Shakespeare Festival, Andy Lavender & Phillip Parr
2009, Stage, Son, Last Seen, Almeida, Alan Lane
2009, Stage, Judge Littlefield/Caiaphas, The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot, RADA, Toby Frow
2009, Stage, Chevalier de Chiffreville, Don Juan on Trial, RADA, Eva Magyar
2008, Stage, Jack Idle, Poppy, RADA, Tim Luscombe
2008, Stage, Derek Milsom, A Conversation, RADA, Lucy Skilbeck
2008, Stage, Dog/Jobelin Bride/Marquet/Pantagruel, Gargantua, RADA, Carl Heap
2008, Stage, Jack, The Importance Of Being Earnest, RADA, Vivian Munn
2008, Stage, Fred, Present Laughter, RADA, Vivian Munn
2008, Stage, Melantius, The Maid's Tragedy, RADA, Helen Strange
2008, Stage, King Oedipus, Oedipus The King, RADA, Tim Walker
2008, Stage, Man 2, Songs For A New World, RADA, Tom Wakeley
2008, Stage, Burrs, The Wild Party, RADA, Tom Wakeley
2007, Stage, Nick, Some Explicit Polaroids, RADA, Bill Gaskill
2007, Stage, Medvedenko, The Seagull, RADA, Irina Brown
2007, Stage, Ajax/Menelaus/Nestor, Troilus And Cressida, RADA, Nona Sheppard
2007, Stage, Luther, The Daughter In Law, RADA, Jennie Buckman
2004, Stage, Ariel, The Tempest, Shakespeare Globe Centre Australia, Diana Denley
2003, Stage, Various, Die Meistersingers von Nurnberg, Opera Australia, Brian Fitzgerald
2003, Stage, Various, Othello, Opera Australia, Harry Kupfer
2001, Stage, Lorenzo, Our Theatre, Shakespeare Globe Centre Australia, Mike Fenner & Diana Denley
1996, Stage, Mustardseed, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Opera Australia, Baz Luhrmann
1995, Stage, First Boy, The Magic Flute, Opera Australia, Moffatt Oxenbould
1994, Stage, Child, War Requiem, Opera Australia, Edo de Waart
1994, Stage, Child, Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci, Opera Australia, Michael Edwards
2014, Film, Barman, Crumble, Goldhawk Productions, Georgiana Taylor
2013, Film, Physicist, The Theory of Everything, Working Title, James Marsh
2012, Film, Luke, Home, Independent, Paul Frankl
2011, Film, Oscar, Orbit, Independent, Florinda Frisardi
2009, Film, Ben, Kidnap, RADA, Ed Hicks
2010, Radio, Gus, The Cook and the Insurgent, BBC Radio 3, Caroline Jay Ranger
2009, Radio, Sir George Carteret, Tom Pepys or The Shame of It, RADA, Jane Morgan
2009, Radio, Joseph Oller, The Boneless Wonder, RADA, Jane Morgan
2019, Concert, Guest Artist, American Masters: Unexpected News, Omega Ensemble, Nico Muhly
2015, Concert, Singer, Brett Brown Sings Handel, St. Stephen's Macquarie Street, Brett Brown
2015, Concert, Singer, Bach's Ich Habe Genug, St. Stephen's Macquarie Street, Brett Brown
2015, Concert, Singer, Brett Brown Sings Handel, St. Mark's Darling Point, Brett Brown
2014, Concert, Bass Aria Soloist, The Messiah, St. Mark's Darling Point, William Clark
2013, Concert, The Poet, 'Mother Departs' by Tadeusz Rozewicz, Embassy of the Republic of Poland, Andrew Visnevski
Rehearsed Reading
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Matthews, The Wider Earth, Dead Puppets Society, David Morton
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Ludwig II of Bavaria, Winterlove, Trish Wadley presents, Sue Dunderdale
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Lord Dawbeny, Perkin Warbeck, Shakespeare's Globe, Philip Cumbus
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Marquess Brandenburg, Albertus Wallenstein, Shakespeare's Globe, Philip Cumbus
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Gerry, Madagascar: Rapid Write Response, Theatre503, Antonio Ferrara
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Man, Rather Lovely Thing, Soho Theatre, Michael McGrath
2009, Rehearsed Reading, James, Gentleman, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Pip Pickering
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Captain von Eberhardt, Winterlove, The Drill Hall, Sue Dunderdale
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Roger Moth, Despatches, The Drill Hall, Sue Dunderdale
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Various, This Much is True - Rapid Write Response, Theatre503, Antonio Ferrara
Further Credits
2019, Recording, Featured Artist, Unexpected News, ABC Classic, Virginia Read


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, Dublin, New Zealand, RP*
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Accordion*, Ballad*, Baritone*, Blues, Cabaret Singing*, Choral Singing*, Classical Singing*, Falsetto*, Flamenco, Folk Singing*, Harpsichord*, Jazz Dancing, Jazz Singing*, Keyboards*, Laban*, Opera*, Organ, Period Dancing*, Piano*, Ukulele*
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Clown, Comedy, Commedia Dell'Arte, Compere, Dancer-Professional, Mask, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Musician-Professional, Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Radio Presenting, Role Play, Singer-Professional, Story Telling, Theatre In Education, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Bowling, Cycling, Fencing*, Medieval Sword Fighting*, Rowing*, Running, Shooting, Stage Combat*, Swimming*, Water Polo
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Alexander Technique, Composer, Computer Literate, Drama Workshop Leader, Feldenkrais Method, Improvisation, Life Saving, Lyricist, Mime, Narration, Orchestral Conducting, Painting, Story Telling



LMusA Singing. Paul Farrington current singing coach.

Fellow of the Guild of Musicians and Singers