Anton Stephans

12 Jan 2024

An actor, songwriter, poet, producer and narrator. Anton has sung with Tina Turner, George Michael, Sting, Oleta Adams, Mica Paris, Sir Cliff Richard & Elton John. He is delighted to be part of this wonderful cast of Little Shop of Horrors and dedicates each and every performance to his family & friends at the United Reform Church UK, who have loved and supported him throughout his life and career.

Theatre credits include: Anton’s first West End Theatre credit came at the age of eight when he played Fizz in Bugsy Malone (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Monsieur Vernier in the world premiere of Conor Mitchell’s Mathilde (Vaudeville Theatre); Lead Vocalist in Blues Brothers Meet Soul Sisters (Theatre Royal); Porgy in Porgy and Bess (Savoy Theatre); Poppa in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express (international, and UK tour); Musical Lead in Smokey Joe’s Café (1st UK tour/Broadway and US tour); Lead Vocalist in Hey Mr. Producer for Cameron Mackintosh (Lyceum Theatre); Principal in Riverdance, (Broadway/West End/International tour); One man show, Crying for You…No More (Fortune Theatre); Musical Lead in Dancing and Singing The Blues (European Tour); Classique (Off Broadway/US tour); Songs of Broadway (Off Broadway/US Tour); An Evening with Anton (Congress Theatre, Eastbourne); Lead Singer in Riverdance (Europe tour); Company of Francesca Zambello’s Show Boat (Royal Albert Hall); Father in Children of Eden (Prince of Wales Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Chichester Festival Theatre); Leadville in Fishermans Friends (International & UK tour); Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar (West End & International Tour); Tarantino Live (Riverside Studios).

Television credits include: Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Channel 4); presenter and lead vocalist in Tribute to Motown; Backing vocalist on Top of the Pops for George Michael, Sting, Chaka Khan and Elton John; George Michael concert (MTV); Presenter and lead vocalist for Ebony Magazine Show; A&E, A New Aria (BBC2 Shakespeare season).

Film credits include: The Double (A George Lucas short movie). Finalist on X Factor. Narrator of The Little Prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, 2021). Earned a Best Narrator nomination on Audible Books. Narration of Winnie the Pooh (Disney, Summer 2022).

Radio credits include: Montano in Othello Blacking Iago (BBC Arts Intermission Theatre); BBC Radio London Resident Singer; Play For Today various roles; Alan Bennett monologues.

Other credits: Member of the London Shakespeare Workout.