Julian Littman has performed a great variety of in a great number of different locations. He has been in productions in London's West End and as far afield asJapan (for Return to the Forbidden Planet in 1993), as well as performing all around the UK. He has had roles in Manchester Royal Exchange’s Peer Gynt (1999), at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre with The Man Who Had All The Luck (2001), and repeatedly in different productions at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford and Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch. He has also appeared at the West End in 125th Street (2002).
More recently, Littman appeared in The Pianist at the New Vic in Stoke, as Beadle in Sweeney Todd at the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch, and as the musical director in Dreams of Violence, produced by Out of Joint and Soho Theatre Company. In 2010, he made his professional debut at the Finborough Theatre in A Day at the Racists. After two more performances at Hornchurch’s Queen’s Theatre, in Camp Horror and The Rocky Horror Show, in 2011 he gained the part of Wilf in Radio Times at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury.
Musical parts include We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre in 2007 and Copacabana at the Watermill Theatre in 2010. He has worked as musical director on Up On The Roof, Twelfth Night, The Mummy’s Tomb, Cinderella, Hot Mikado, Andersen’s English and Pick Yourself Up. In 2012 he was musical director for Satin ‘n’ Steel and Return to the Forbidden Planet.
Screen roles include television parts in The Bill (2002), Doctors (2003), and most recently as Colin Merryweather in Holby City (2008). Film work includes Evita, Mad About Mabo, as Al Capone in Al’s Lad, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Running Scared and, in 2010, the role of Alphonse in London Boulevard.