Jodie Jacobs biography Jodie Jacobs is a British stage actress with a long list of stage credits to her name. Awards: Jodie is the winner of a Broadway World Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Rock of Ages at the Garrick Theatre and Shaftesbury Theatre. She also has a Best Actress in a Musical nomination for her role of Atropos in 27. For her outstanding performance as Sullivan in Lizzie at the Greenwich Theatre, she won an Off West End Award along with a nomination for a West End Wilma nomination. Theatre: Her theatre credits include the roles of Wendy in Peter Pan (Grove Theatre); Marcy Fitzwilliams in I Love You Because (Landor Theatre); Holly in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour, original cast); Fantine in Les Miserables in Concert; Joanne in Rent (Garrick Theatre Gala performance); Meat and Scaramouche in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre) Serena in Fame (Aldwych Theatre); Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Ambassadors and Duke of York’s); Eva Peron in Evita (Adelphi Theatre); Grizabella in Cats (Arena Tour); Emily in State Fair (Trafalgar Studios 2); Carmen/Betty in Me & Juliet (European Premiere, Finborough Theatre); Vicky in Bright Lights Big City (European Premiere, Hoxton Hall) and Rusty in Footloose (National Tour). She was also in Jest End (Jermyn St Theatre); Another Kind of Magic – A “Queen” Concert (Scandinavia tour); Scott Alans’ Song Cycle (Players Theatre); Chess (UK Tour); Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury Theatre); Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts Center); Happy Ending (Arcola Theatre); Carrie (Southwark Playhouse); Legally Blonde (Gatehouse); Oliver! (Grange Park Opera House); 27 (Cockpit Theatre); Disaster! The Musical, MAD (Charing Cross Theatre); The Story of Bart (UK Tour); Bananaman, Man of Peel (Southwark Playhouse); Myth (The other Palace); Unexpected Joy (Southwark Playhouse); The Distance You Have Come (Cockpit); Hello, Dolly! (Adelphi) and Songs for a New World (Players Theatre).