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Charlie Stemp

Charlie Stemp

Charlie was born in London. After graduating from Laine Theatre Arts, he made
his professional debut in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre),
before playing Eddie in Mamma Mia! (International Tour).
In 2016, he was cast by Cameron Mackintosh to play Arthur Kipps
in his new production of Half A Sixpence at Chichester Festival Theatre.
A West End transfer to the Noel Coward Theatre immediately followed,
with Charlie's breakout starring performance garnering unprecedented critical acclaim.
For his performance, Charlie was nominated for the 2017 Olivier Award for
Best Actor In A Musical; the 2017 Carl Alan Performer's Award;
the 2016 UK Theatre Award for Best Performance In A Musical;
and won the 2017 WhatsOnStage Award for Best Actor In A Musical.
The production was recently broadcast on Sky Arts
as Kipps - The New Half A Sixpence Musical.
Charlie made his Broadway debut as Barnaby Tucker in Hello, Dolly!
(Shubert Theater, New York) opposite Bette Midler and Bernadette Peters.
For his performance, Charlie was awarded the 2018 Theatre World Award
for Outstanding Broadway Debut.
Other credits: - Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends - A Celebration
(Sondheim Theatre);
Simon Green in Lloyd George Knew My Father (Theatre Royal, Windsor);
Dvornichek in Tom Stoppard’s Rough Crossing (National Tour).
For three consecutive Christmas seasons, Charlie starred at the London Palladium
- as Dick in the Olivier Award-winning Dick Whittington; returning a year on as
Prince in Snow White; then in Pantoland at the Palladium.
Most recently, Charlie starred as Bobby Child in Crazy For You
(Chichester Festival Theatre) directed by Susan Stroman.
He now returns to Cameron Mackintosh’s revival of Mary Poppins, for which he
received his second Olivier Award nomination for 2020 Best Actor In A Musical.

Instagram: @charlie.stemp
Twitter: @Charlie_Stemp