Hadrian Delacey

Born in Wiltshire, Hadrian Delacey is a professional performer with a career of nearly 30 years. He has been part of some of the leading shows in the West End, and toured the UK and internationally. He also appeared in feature films like Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables and various other projects. 

 

Awards:

As part of the “Jerry Springer The Opera” ensemble, he shared the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical. 

Training:

Hadrian graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. 

Theatre:

His credits include the role of Policeman, understudy Parchester, understudy Gerald in Mike Ockrent’s Me And My Girl; Captain Shultz in Nick Hytner’s Miss Saigon; Brujon, understudy Valjean, understudy The Bishop of Digne in Jen Caswell’s Les Miserables; Priest/Apostle, understudy Herod, understudy Annas in Gale Edwards’ Jesus Christ Superstar; Charlie, understudy StraightArrow, understudy General Bellows in Steven Pimlott’s Doctor Dolittle; Montague, understudy Friar in David Freeman’s Romeo & Juliet; Marvin, understudy Warmup man/Satan, understudy Montel in Stewart Lee’s Jerry Springer the Opera; Mr Marks/Kevin/Jack, understudy Max Bialystock, understudy Franz Liebkind, understudy Roger De Bris in Susan Stroman’s The Producers; Knife Grinder, understudy Brownlow, understudy Mr Bumble in Rupert Goold’s Oliver!; Buquet, understudy Firmin, Auctioneer in Hal Prince’s The Phantom Of The Opera.