Samuel Holmes

Christopher Belling

Samuel Holmes

Theatre Credits: co-director of Club Tropicana (UK Tour); writer of Cinderella (Cheltenham Everyman Theatre); Parchester in Me and My Girl (Frinton Summer Theatre); Lord Farquaad in Shrek (UK Tour); George in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour); assistant director, co-writer and Dandini in Cinderella (Bristol Hippodrome); I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Frinton Summer Festival); Theo in Eugenius (London Palladium); Dandini in Cinderella (Manchester Opera House); Bertie in Mrs Henderson Presents (Theatre Royal Bath and Noël Coward Theatre London); I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Arts Theatre London); Die Fledermaus, Carl Rosa Opera (Theatre Royal Bath); Mike Nulty in White Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Kangaroo, Elvis, Viking, Graham Chapman in Monty Python Live (O2 Arena); Terrence in Waterbabies (Leicester Curve); Sir Bedevere/Prince Herbert in Spamalot (Playhouse Theatre, London); King Rat in Dick Whittington (Manchester Opera House); Private Steven Flowers in Privates on Parade (Brighton Theatre Royal); Gremio in Kiss Me, Kate (Old Vic and Chichester Festival Theatre); Eugene Fodor and Understudy Bela Zangler in Crazy For You (Regents Park Open Air Theatre and Novello Theatre London); Sir Robin in Spamalot (UK and international Tour); Ruth in All Male The Pirates of Penzance (Union Theatre and Wiltons Music Hall); Starkey in Peter Pan (Brighton Theatre Royal); Fraser Hayes Four in Round the Horne: Unseen and Uncut (UK Tour); Katisha in All Male The Mikado (Union Theatre); Sid Pornick in Half a Sixpence (UK Tour); Abanazar in Aladdin (Leamington Spa) two seasons with Carl Rosa Opera in The Pirates of Penzance (UK, USA and Canada Tour); My Fair Lady (Singapore); The Merry Widow, Carl Rosa Opera (South Africa Tour).

Television Credits: viral for Kapersky.

Radio credits: 'John Cleese Presents.....' BBC Radio Four.

Recordings Include: Spamalot UK Tour, Monty Python Live at the O2, Mrs Henderson Presents (Original London Cast Recording).

Samuel had the great honour of giving a speech and collecting the Lifetime Achievement Award for comedy on behalf of Monty Python at the British Comedy Awards on Channel Four.