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Ryan Goscinski is an English actor, singer, model and musical theatre performer. He was born in York and began his training at eight with the Royal Ballet Junior Associate Programme which he attended for three years. He then joined the Royal Ballet Lower School where he performed for The Queen at her 80th birthday as well as with the Royal Ballet Company in Sleeping Beauty. After graduating, he attended Central School of Ballet where he achieved a BA Hons degree in professional dance and performance.
Moving to Estonia in 2010 for a year to dance with the Estonian National Ballet Company; principal and soloist roles: Prince in The Little Prince and Fritz in The Nutcracker; corps de ballet: Manon, Swan Lake
In England he performed with Beyoncé in An Audience with Beyoncé (ITV) and he danced one season with Ballet Ireland and three seasons with the National Dance Company of Denmark, performing all over Denmark and Germany as well as at the London Coliseum; soloist roles: Fritz, The Chinese Prince and the Russian Prince in The Nutcracker; corps de ballet: Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty,The Nutcracker and Midnight Express. In 2014, Ryan performed in Richard Eyre’s La Traviata (Royal Opera House) and Romeo and Juliet (English National Ballet, Royal Albert Hall).
Making more than ten appearances for Arsenal FC Ex-Professionals and Celebrities in 2013/14. Also,
In 2018 he toured Europe with TheRocky Horror Show.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist. The musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October...
Good news for phans! Ben Forster, the masked man who led THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA's 30th birthday gala celebrations this past October, has extended his run. He'll remain in the show, along with Celinde Schoenmaker and Nadim Naaman as Christine and Raoul, until 2 September. Do you know who else calls the Paris Opera House home these days?...