Ben Tyler is a fresher in the London theatre scene but has acquired enough experience in a variety of performances. He has worked on screen and stage.
Tyler attended the Arts Educational Schools, London and graduated with a BA Honours degree in Musical Theatre in 2018.
Soon after his graduation, he played the role of Prouvaire, understudy Marius and Bishop of Digne in Trevor Nunn & John Caird’s Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre, London (2018 – 2019); soon after, he appeared as a Soldier and understudy Raoul in Hal Prince’s The Phantom Of The Opera (2019 – 2020). During his training at the ArtsEd, he played ensemble/Rudy in Lotte Wakeham’s Cabaret (2017), and Tick/Mitzi in Shaun Kerrison’s Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert (2018).
He appeared in a choir in Chris Evans’ 2015 TV show, TFI Friday; a choir in Jeff Lee’s Disney’s Broadway Hits (2016) and Julian Bird’s The Olivier Awards (2017).