Dillon Scott-Lewis is an actor specialising in musicals. Based in London, he trained at the Guildford School of Acting, graduating with a BA Honours degree in Musical in 2018, after which he went on to perform in theatre professionally since. As a singer, he is skilled in R&B, choral singing and baritone.
His musical credits include the role of an ensemble/cover Feris/cover Hector in Ian Talbot’s Eugenius at The Other Palace (2018), Hickory/Tin Man in Liam Steel’s The Wizard Of Oz at The Birmingham Repertory (2018) and ensemble in Luke Sheppard’s & Juliet in the West End (2019).
While training at the GSA, he played Abel Frake in Stephen Barlow’s State Fair (2017), Nick Valenti in Graham Gill’s Bullets Over Broadway (2017), Grahame Chandler in Samuel Wood’s The Fix (2018) and Macavity in Chrissie Cartwright’s Cats (2018).
Dillon was in the workshop for Soul Music by Craig Adams as Dibbler (2016), Julius Ceaser by Nicholas Scrivens as Marcus Brutus, and Spring Awakening by Christian Durham as Moritz Stiefel (2017).
His other credits include commercials, concerts, and short films – Featured Male at Party for Apple/Beats 1 Radio’s Beats 1. Worldwide. Always On (2015); ensemble singer in The Oliviers In Concert (2016); Mikey in Alfie Dale’s short film My Brother Is A Mermaid (2018); Hero Guy’s Friend in EA Sports’ FIFA 2019 Champions Rise (2018).