James Dinsmore

Theatre: Edgar T Chesterfield in Ben Hur (Barn Theatre, Cirencester); Dame Dolly in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Marina Theatre, Lowestoft); Jaggers in Great Expectations (UK tour); Hawthorne/Dr Hasselbacher in Our Man in Havana (UK Tour); King in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Mr One in Adding Machine the Musical (Finborough Theatre); Tony Blair in Corbyn the Musical (Waterloo East Theatre); Mr Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors (Websters Theatre); Captain Hook/Mr Darling in Peter Pan (The Capitol, Horsham); Priam Farll in Darling Of The Day (The Union Theatre); Ivor Novello in The Ivor Novello Story (John Cairney/Daisy Henderson); Franz (cover Captain) in The Sound Of Music (Popular Productions Ltd, John Payton); Mr Sowerberry/Dr Grimwig in OLIVER! (Popular Productions Ltd); Ugly Sister in Cinderella (The Cresset Theatre/Premier Pantomimes); Molokov in Chess (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Bobo's Father in The Emperor's Quest (Milk Teeth Productions); Nurse Wanda in Beauty & The Beast (The Cresset Theatre); Squire Goodfellow in Jack & The Beanstalk (Camberley Theatre); President Roosevelt in Annie (Popular Productions); Young Walsingham in Half A Sixpence (Bill Kenwright Ltd, Bob Tomson); Vicomte de Nanjac (cover Lord Goring) in An Ideal Husband (Bill Kenwright Ltd, Mark Piper); Ugly Sister in Cinderella (Wyvern Theatre); Captain Corcoran in HMS Pinafore (Union Theatre); Knife Grinder in Oliver! (Perth Rep., Ken Alexander); Lord Chancellor in Aladdin (Courtyard, Hereford); Mozart in Mozart: Whom The Gods Love (Flatpack at the Festival, Aileen Gilhooly); Chorus in Gotterdammerung (Scottish Opera, Tim Albery); Lead Vocalist in Eau Yes! Water Matters; LA BOHEME; Stewart Laing, Frosch in DIE FLEDERMAUS (Carl Rosa Opera, Peter Mulloy); Annibale in The Gondoliers (Carl Rosa Opera); Pooh-Bah in The Miado (Carl Rosa Opera); Lead Vocalist in Animal Farm (Fingask Follies, Stuart Barr/Neil MacDonald).
Recordings: Dragon in A Dragon For Dinner Murdoch for Samuel French (Helen Murdoch); Peter in Fever (Scottish Opera, Alan Penman); Freddy in Astairia (Don Hood & Anders Sodergren); The Doctor/Charlie in Whitechapel (Mark Kelser/John Bartlett); Singer in Kings, Commoners and Corniksters (Saltire Scottish Audio Classics, Marillyn Gray).
Television: Days That Shook The World (Lion TV Scotland for BBC TV, Gerard Costelloe); Jonny Knight in JONNY KNIGHT: ADVENTURES OF A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR (David Miller); Tribunal Chairman in NHS Mental Health Tribunals (Speakeasy Productions).
Radio: Entertainer in Notes To Self (BBC Radio Drama).
Commercials: Lead in Norwegain Railways (Einar Film); Newsreader in McDonald's (Bare Films).


Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height: 6'2" (187cm)
Playing Age: 45 - 56 years
Appearance: White
Other: Equity
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Salt & Pepper
Hair Length: Mid Length
   
Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Edinburgh, French, German, Italian, RP, Scottish-Standard*
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad, Bass-Baritone*, Cabaret Singing, Choral Singing, Highland Dancing, Opera
Performance: Compere, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Singer-Professional, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton, Golf, Squash
Vehicle Licences: Car Driving Licence
Other Skills: Narration
Vocal Range: F2 to F4