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Fred Broom was born in Somerset, and was a choral scholar at Exeter Cathedral School, and a Music Scholar at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School, Bristol. He then studied Performing Arts at Middlesex University before becoming a teacher and Head of Drama in Bedford, where he also became Artistic Director of the Bedfordshire Youth Opera.
At the tender age of thirty, he retrained in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting, where he was awarded the Post Graduate Prize for Musical Theatre.
Since then, he has had a prolific career, some highlights including covering the role of Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd at the Royal Festival Hall with Bryn Terfel and Maria Freedman, playing the role of Major General in the highly acclaimed award-winning All-Male Pirates of Penzance, a repertory season at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, where he won the coveted Leon Sinden award for best supporting actor, and being nominated for best studio performance in No Sleep For The Haunted at The Lowry, Salford.
Recent credits include three seasons at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, playing a variety of roles including Tiro Mirelli in Lend Me A Tenor, Lucy Fur in Hot Stuff, Dr Fredrick Treves in The Elephant Man and most recently, Widow Twankey in Aladdin, as well as Toad in Wind In The Willows at The Brewhouse, Taunton and creating the role of Mellish in the new musical Danny Hero in workshop and The Core @ Corby Cube.
He is delighted to be appearing in Aladdin at Salisbury Playhouse this Christmas (2016)!