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Scott was born and educated in Glasgow and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Scott has recently played the Phantom in London’s West End production of Phantom of The Opera on certain dates and was lucky enough to have performed the very last show of ‘The Original’ Phantom of The Opera. He also has just recently revisited English National Opera playing Spoletta in their production of Tosca.

His opera work includes Spoletta in Tosca, Remondado in Carmen, The Painter in Lulu, Borsa in Rigoletto, Don Riccardo and, on occasions, the title role of Ernani, all for English National Opera.

Also theatre work include the title role in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre and the U.K Tour), The Father in Halisinia (National Theatre), Gus, Bustopher Jones and Growltiger in Cats (UK tour), Mr Snow in Carousel and Kayama Yesaemon in Pacific Overtures (Leicester Haymarket), Chess (European tour) and Sandy in Brigadoon (Victoria Palace).

His television appearances include Taggart, Take the High Road, The Laurence Olivier Awards, Unreported Incident, Call Me Mister, Crimewatch UK, Open House, Echo Island, The Kenny Live Show and Dustin. Scott also made a recording for the new Disney ‘Artemis Fowl’ film and is scheduled to play the part Of Captain Adam Taylor in the film ‘Beneath’ due to start filming in the Summer’21.

Scott’s concert work includes performances with some of Europe’s and the Worlds leading orchestras including the City of Birmingham Symphony, Royal Scottish National, BBC Scottish Concert Orchestra, Hallé Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony, Swedish Chamber, BBC Concert and RTE Concert Orchestra. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Northern Symphonia and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as Benjamin Stone in an production of Sondheim’s Follies and has also sung with Sarah Brightman on her world tour concerts.

Scott will be performing at Rothamsted Manor on the 9th and the 17th July, book here