Tom Parker has amassed worldwide success since the beginning of his career in 2009, achieving two UK number 1 singles and #9 top 10 singles, as well as 4 Billboard 100 singles, with ‘Glad You Came’ placing in the top 5 with The Wanted, selling over 900,000 records, having three platinum albums, two sold out arena tours all within the UK and 3 million singles sold in America.
Tom also won Radio 1’s – Teen Choice Award and US People’s - Choice Award with The Wanted.
The official YouTube music videos have had over 500 million hits; with Tom having over 1.5 million combined social media followers.
Whilst in America, recording the bands third studio album and doing an American tour, Tom was a part of ‘The Wanted Life’ on E!, which documented the success of The Wanted, the show was a huge success in the States.
Training: Danielle studied on a three-month intensive Musical Theatre course at the Arts Educational School, alongside the degree students.
Theatre credits include: Danielle made her professional debut as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium, after capturing the hearts of the country and winning the BBC's smash hit Over The Rainbow having competed against over 9,000 girls. She went on to star as Eponine in the West End production of Les Miserables (Queen's Theatre) - a role to which she most recently returned; Cathy in The Last Five Years (Greenwich Theatre & Warren Theatre); Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (National Tour) and Maria Rainer in The Sound of Music (National Tour).
Workshops credits include: Carol Blitztein in Blitz! (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Jamie Pack in Out There; Lina in Robert Lindsay's Wildwood; Rose in The Little Prince.
Recording credits include: Following her success on Over The Rainbow, Danielle also released a single of the song Over The Rainbow in aid of the BBC Performing Arts Fund and Prostate UK, and The Concrete Jungle (International Studio Cast Recording).
Television credits include: Numerous appearances include The One Show (BBC); Tonight's the Night (BBC); The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV); This Morning (ITV); Paul O'Grady's Movie Musicals (Channel 4).
Other Credits include: Danielle has performed at The Royal Variety Performance, presented at the Children's BAFTAs, and judged at the Mercury Musical Developments' S&S Awards, Stephen Sondheim Society Competition and Stiles and Drewe Best New Song Prize.
In 2014, Danielle debuted her own live one-woman show at the Delfont Room, Prince of Wales Theatre. She went on to release a live album of her 2015 New York solo debut at 54 Below, Bring the Future Faster.
Darren’s first starring theatre role was as Joseph in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the West End and on tour internationally. His West End career also includes Don in Summer Holiday; Tony in Copacabana and Danny in Grease. On tour, he has played Alfie in Alfie; Billy Bigelow in Carousel; Pip in Great Expectations; Jesus in Godspell; FranknFurter in The Rocky Horror Show; Cornelius Hackle in Hello Dolly and Khashoggi in the Queen musical We Will Rock You. He toured nationally in the acclaimed Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show and played American author Paul Sheldon in an international production of Stephen King’s Misery, which was nominated for a Time Out theatre award. He was then nominated for a Best Actor award for his role as Gideon in the acclaimed London Production of The Last Session. During 2016, he toured as Tick/Mitzi in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Bob in Rita Sue and Bob Too, and he played Melbourne Bumblescratch in the new musical Bumblescratch at the Adelphi Theatre.
Darren has numerous television presenting appearances, including several years on series such as Just Kidding; Don’t Try This at Home; Clockwise, Teen Win Lose or Draw and You Bet! He also twice presented The Children’s Royal Variety Performance. He is also known for his vocal impersonations, which form part of his solo show, Darren Day in Concert, which toured the UK and internationally throughout 2016.
Darren is also an established recording artist, and has made guest appearances as a singer on a wide range of television shows, including The Royal Variety Performance. He released the album Summer Holiday and the single Young Girl, which reached the top 20 – both produced by Simon Cowell. His cast albums include Godspell, Great Expectations and The Last Session. In 2010, he recorded the Queen hit, Only the Good Die Young in aid of The Soldiers Charity. In 2016, he released an album of his favourite musical theatre songs, This Is the Moment.
Darren’s varied roles as a television actor include playing Michael Evans in Holby; Graham Watts in Crime Stories; David Wilde in Doctors; Jeff Slade in The Bill; Jonathan Adams in Mile High; Arthur in Harry Hill’s satire Extreme Soap and Inman in one of French and Saunders acclaimed comedy film reworkings. He is also known for his role as Hollyoaks bad-guy Danny Houston and was a finalist in the early 2016 series of Celebrity Big Brother.
Recent feature film roles include Tom in Rudy, Dimitry in Name of the Game and London villain Rik Searle in White Island, which was released in October 2016.
Since a young age Louisa has had a love of performing, having been a pupil at London's iconic Sylvia Young Theatre School. It was this platform that led to Louisa securing her first professional role, as the innocent school girl Ruby Allen in BBC1's BAFTA award winning EastEnders.
Since leaving EastEnders Louisa joined another iconic British television show, The Bill. Here, she played the inexperienced and shy police officer Beth Green. Following this Louisa has enjoyed a whole host of varied roles, from parts in the internationally successful American Pie franchise, to the British Shakespeare Company's productions of both A Midsummer Night's Dream and Much Ado About Nothing. She has more recently starred in the new ITV comedy drama The Edge of Heaven; an exciting new prime-time comedy based around the trials and tribulations of a family running a guest house in Margate playing Michelle. Filmed a thriller due to be released in Oct 2017 called Fractured where she plays the lead Alva, appeared in the Canadian period drama Murdoch Mysteries playing Ginny and has just finished a theatre production of a new hit comedy Swap.
Away from acting Louisa is also an accomplished dancer, having competed in the fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing, where she successfully reached the quarter-finals. Following on from this, Louisa toured the country as part of the sold-out Strictly Come Dancing Arena Tour, and represented the United Kingdom in the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest. Louisa recently took park in Channel 4's The Jump and was the first contestant to be knocked out of the competition due to injury.
Training: Arts Educational Schools London (BA Acting).
Theatre credits include: Ralph Rackstraw in Sasha Regan’s All Male HMS Pinafore (UK tour); Jesus in Godspell (UK tour); u/s Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (West End); Schlomo in Fame (Gordon Craig Theatre); Stamp in Billy (Union Theatre); Cowboy Bob in Footloose (European Tour); Jack in Wrecked (Lowry Theatre); Pete in The Proposal (Fiddy West); Oberon in A Midsummer Nights Dream (Butterfly Theatre Company); Jamie in the European premiere of Bobby Cronin's Daybreak (Tristan Bates Theatre); Lead Vocalist in the European premiere of The British Pop Invasion (European Tour); Claus in the workshop of Olympic Revue.
Television and film credits include: Mr Baggy Britches in Emmerdale (ITV); Jack in The Synamatics music video It Hurts; British Pop Invasion (TV Limburg); Pete in the short film Fiddy Scratch.
Training: Sylvia Young Theatre School and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. In his final year at Central Ryan was the recipient of the Ian Fleming Award (Help Musicians UK).
Theatre credits includes: Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Churchill Theatre, Bromley); Tobias Ragg in Sweeney Todd (Derby Theatre/Mercury Theatre Colchester); Dusty in The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre); Bojovic in Pentecost (Derby LIVE); Andrei in Variété (Riverside Studios); Mort in Mort the Musical (Rose Theatre Kingston); A Beggar’s Opera (South Hill Park); Kurt in The Sound of Music (London Palladium).
Television credits include: Magic Grandad (BBC/Glasshead)
Workshops include: Bedbug and Feather Boy (both National Theatre); The Wall (Complicite), Matilda (RSC).
Training: Blackpool School of Creative Arts
Theatre credits include: Vicar/Ensemble in Spend, Spend, Spend (The Union Theatre); Barnaby in The Bakers Wife (MKEC Productions); Singer in Time And Music (Rapture House Theatre Company); Warren in Ordinary Days (Top Note Arts); Brad Majors in Rocky Horror Picture Show (Winter Works Productions); Rhodri in Stop The Train (Ribcaged Productions); Ensemble/Male Swing in Little Shop Of Horrors (Assembled Junk).
Theatre credits (whilst training) include: Sid Sorokin in The Pajama Game, Mary Sunshine in Chicago, Adolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone, Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer, Mr Erlanson in A Little Night Music, Rapunzel’s Prince in Into The Woods, Curly in Oklahoma (Blackpool School of Creative Arts). Hale in The Crucible, Billy Curshaw in Sister Josephine Kicks The Habit (West Herts Performing College).
Training: Italia Conti Academy, London.
Theatre credits include: In The Heights (Kings Cross Theatre); Ghost - the Musical (UK & international tours); Annie (New Zealand); Rent (Greenwich); Daddy Cool (international tour); Annie (UK tour); Churchill - the Musical (Lyric, London); Royal Masonic Variety Performance (Prince of Wales); Essence of Ireland (UK tour); Carnival Choreographers Ball (Roundhouse); Aladdin (Swansea Grand) and Snow White (Royal & Derngate, Northampton).
Film & Television credits include: 2016 Olivier Awards (ITV); Sunday Night Live at the Palladium (ITV); Genie in the House (Nickelodeon); Let’s Dance for Sports Relief (BBC); Britain’s Got Talent (ITV); ZDF Fernsehgarten (ZDF, Germany); Oscar Charlie (CBBC); Music Videos and performances for Zarif (Sony BMG) and Alphabeat (Polydor Records) and FA Cup Final (Sky Sports); Housefull 2 and Ek Tha Tiger (Mumbai, India).
Other credits include: WhatsOnStage Awards (Prince of Wales); London Fashion Week (Somerset House); Choreography for Toni & Guy’s annual hair shows; Dancer/fight coordinator for Eugene McGuinness music video ‘Moscow State Circus’ (Domino Records). Scholl, US Cellular, Pot Noodle, Don’t Stop Believing, Britain’s Got Talent ident,888.com, FIVE Ident and Vivident chewing gum commercials.
Training: Rhiannon studied at The MGA Academy in Edinburgh before graduating with a BA Honours degree in Musical Theatre from The Arts Educational Schools in 2012.
Theatre credits include: Ensemble & understudy Maureen in Mrs Henderson Presents (Theatre Royal Bath and Noel Coward Theatre); Cinderella in Cinderella (Richmond Theatre); Louise in The Fox on the Fairway (Vienna’s English Theatre); Pookie in Tinseltown (Theatre at the Mill, Newtonabbey); Princess Beauty in Sleeping Beauty (Grand Opera House Belfast); Shelley/cover Tracy in Hairspray (UK & Ireland Tour 2013); Julie in Teenage Kicks (Millennium Forum); Onstage Swing in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Kensington Gardens); Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor (Vienna’s English Theatre) and most recently Cinderella in Cinderella (Bristol Hippodrome).
Training: The Arts Educational School, Tring Park and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre credits include: Jan in Grease (Belinda King Creative Productions); Thea in Spring Awakening and Flo in Half a Sixpence (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts).
Theatre credits include: Lead Singer in That’s Entertainment (UK Tour); Sherrie in Rock of Ages (NCL); Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (NCL); Principal Vocalist in Get Down Tonight & World Beat (NCL); Swing in Monster Rock (Universal Studios, Singapore) and Vocalist in High School Musical (Disneyland, Hong Kong).
Training: The MTA
Theatre credits include: Jack and the Beanstalk (The Pavilion, Porthcawl); Sportacus in LazyTown Live (UK Tour); Miss Saigon (The Prince Edward); Cool Rider Live (Lyric Theatre); West End Women (Wimbledon Theatre) and Christmas in New York (Palace Theatre).
Credits during training include: Beauty and the Beast (BGAC); Something Old, Something New, Just So, Just the Ticket (Bridewell Theatre) and Ting Tang Mine (Courtyard).
Other credits include: Miss Saigon Live: 25th Anniversary Performance; Dancer in Cha Cha Heels music video (Bronski Bush).
Callum is an accomplished acrobatic gymnast, winning the Welsh Championship and coming 2nd in the British Acrobatic Gymnastic Championship. He also competed in the international arena.
Training: Gabriella graduated from the Arts Educational Schools in 2015.
Theatre credits include: Chris in Carrie; the Musical (Southwark Playhouse); Sophie in Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); various roles in Eugenius! (London Palladium).
Credits whilst training: Soloist on BBC Radio Two’s Friday Night is Music Night; Eileen in Wonderful Town; Betsy in Crazy For You.
Training: Guildford School of Acting (First Class BA Hons degree in Musical Theatre).
Theatre credits include: Sarah in Our House (Union Theatre); Peaches in Americana: in Concert (Theatre Royal Stratford East).
Training: Julie Sianne Theatre Arts, Sylvia Young Theatre School & Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre credits include: Ensemble in Annie Get Your Gun (Sheffield Crucible); Ensemble & Cover Penny Pingleton in Hairspray (UK Tour); Martha in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); Jemima in Cats (Palladium Theatre, UK & International Tour); Ensemble Dancer and Dance Captain in Craig Revel Horwood’s Strictly Confidential (UK Tour); Understudy Tiger lily and Tinker Bell in Peter Pan (Theatre Cymru, Llandudno and the Hawth Theatre, Crawley); Louisa von Trapp in The Sound Of Music (London Palladium) & Sharon Percy in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace Theatre).
Other credits include: Assistant Choreographer on Strictly Come Dancing; Dance Double for Posy in Ballet Shoes (BBC); Featured Dancer in Barbie Dance Stars, choreographed by Arlene Phillips (DVD) & Dancer behind DJ Casper at the Disney Awards.
Training: London College of Music
Theatre credits include: Ensemble in Peter Pan (Evolution Productions); Company Dancer (Princess Cruises); Nick Piazza and Dance Captain in Fame the Musical (Italian Tour).
Other credits include: Dancer in the closing ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Ceremonies (BBC).
Theatre credits include: Dandini in Cinderella (Floral Pavilion); Effin/ Pants/ 1st Cover Niko in Eurobeat Moldova (Pleasance Grand, Edinburgh); Ensemble/2nd Cover Jerry in Top Hat (UK Tour); Ensemble in White Christmas (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh); Dom in Deepover (Camden Fringe); Ensemble/ Cover Ham & Shem in Children Of Eden (Prince of Wales Theatre).
Other credits include: Original cast recording for Eurobeat Moldova.
Training: D&B School of Performing Arts
Theatre credits include: Jack in Jack & the Beanstalk (Gravesend); Eddie in Mamma Mia (West End); Joey and understudy Tony Monero in Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour); Ensemble and understudy Charlie in WAG! The Musical.
Other credits include: Ident for Beaver Falls (E4); voiceover for Panda Eyes (BBC).
Training: Performers College.
Theatre credits include: Aladdin (SECC, Glasgow); The Last Tango (Phoenix Theatre & UK Tour); Wicked (Original Cast UK tour) Hooray for Hollywood (Monte Carlo) and Mother Goose (Millfield Theatre).
Television credits include: The Royal Variety Performance (Take That) and The X Factor.
Training: Charlotte graduated from the Urdang Academy in 2015 where she gained a BA (Hons) degree in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre.
Theatre credits include: Ensemble/ Understudy Ali in Mamma Mia (Royal Caribbean Productions); Best Xmas Ever (Arena tour).
Training: Laine Theatre Arts
Theatre credits include: Peter Pan (Qdos Entertainment); Bambi Bernet in Curtains (Laine Theatre Arts); Princess Jasmin in Aladdin; Beauty & The Beast (Paul Holman Associates); Nutcracker (Ballet Russe); Coppelia (European Ballet).
Other credits include: Strictly Come Dancing (BBC).
Training: Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre credits include: Ensemble/Cover Young Jackie & Cathy in Jackie - The Musical (UK Tour); Wendy in Peter Pan (UK Productions); Princess in Sing-A-Long-A-Frozen (Tour); Vocalist in Jingle Bell Christmas (The Royal Albert Hall); Vocalist in Classical Spectacular (The Royal Albert Hall); Lead Vocalist in Sensatori (European Tour); Thea in Spring Awakening (The Broadway Theatre); Consuelo in West Side Story (The Sage, Gateshead); Welcoming The World (National Youth Theatre & National Theatre); Donna in Death (Avondale Theatre).
Film & Television credits include: Northern Soul (Stubborn Heart Productions); Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part II (Warner Brothers); The Entire Universe (BBC); Choreographed on The Only Way Is Essex.
Other credits include: Featured Dancer for PLAN B - LIVE (O2 Arena).