Graeme Henderson is a dancer, actor and choreographer who has experience working in theatre (from the National Theatre to the West End), television and film....Read More
Graeme Henderson is a dancer, actor and choreographer who has experience working in theatre (from the National Theatre to the West End), television and film.
Henderson's professional stage debut was as Taplow in Rattigan’s The Browning Version at the National Theatre (1980). He performed as a member of the ensemble in the original David Merrick version of 42nd Street at Drury Lane in 1984, and later went on to play the leading role of Billy Lawlor opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones. In 1987 he returned to the National to play Cis Farringdon opposite Nigel Hawthorne in The Magistrate. He has made stage appearances at theatres all around the country, including Leeds Playhouse, Ipswich Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Perth Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Leicester Haymarket and Sheffield Crucible. A very flexible performer, he has performed in several pantos, in light opera roles for Opera Della Luna, and also appeared as Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate at Regent’s Park Open Theatre.Read Less
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