Stephen Ashfield is an award-winning actor, with numerous West End credits to his name.

Scottish actor and musician Stephen Ashfield trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Royal Academy of Music, London. Ashfield's stand-out performance as Elder McKinley in The Book of Mormon in the West End and on Broadway won him an Olivier Award, and both WhatsOnStage and BroadwayWorld Awards. He has also created the role of Hamish McLarnon in the new musical, Becoming Nancy, which was previewed in Atlanta. For ten (long and somewhat uncomfortable!) years his posterior adorned many London buses and tube posters as Bob Gaudio in the original London cast of Jersey Boys.

Other theatre credits include: Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Savoy), Casey O'Brien in Boy Meets Boy (Jermyn Street Theatre), Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered (Jermyn Street Theatre), creating the leading role of Adam in Imagine This (Theatre Royal Plymouth), John in Tomorrow Morning (New End Theatre, London), Nick Piazza in Fame (Aldwych), George in new musical Ha'penny Bridge (The Point, Dublin), Basilio in The Marriage of Figaro (Drill Hall, London), Boy George in Taboo (West End and UK Tour).

TV: Philip Worth in Call the Midwife. Appearances with Jersey Boys include This Morning, GMTV, Loose Women, Paul O’Grady, Strictly Come Dancing, Alan Titchmarsh, The 80th Royal Variety Performance, and Tonight’s the Night.

Radio: Incredible Women with Rebecca Front and Joanna Lumley (BBCRadio4), Elaine Paige on Sunday.

Cast Recordings: Ha’penny Bridge, Tomorrow Morning and Jersey Boys.

Film: Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd.

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