Jon Robyns biography Jon Robyns is an English stage actor born on 8th December 1982 in Manchester. He is a patron of The South London Youth Theatre and is best known for his performance in the West End’s Avenue Q where he played Princeton and Rod. Apart from dancing, he is also a tutor at major drama schools across London and the UK. Training: Robyns trained at Mountview Academy of Performing Arts. Theatre: He has an extensive list of credits to his name. His theatre credits include Cinderella (Southend – Qdos/Brighton); Rent (English Theatre Frankfurt); Avenue Q (Gielgud Theatre); Dickens Unplugged (Yvonne Arnaud); Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre/25th anniversary tour); Road Show (Menier Chocolate Factory); Dickens Abridged (Arts Theatre) Spamalot (Harold Pinter, Playhouse/UK tour); The Last Five Years (Greenwich Theatre); Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios); Memphis (Shaftesbury Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Legally Blonde (Leicester, Curve Theatre); Sister Act (UK tour); Miss Saigon (UK tour) and Hamilton (Victoria Palace). Film: Robyns’ film credits include Les Miserables: The Staged Concert and Nativity Rocks (Working Title). Music: His recordings include Open Book (debut solo album); Memphis (original London cast); Musical Direction (solo UK tour); Chess in Concert and as Enjolras in Les Miserables 25th anniversary cast. Concerts: Proms in the Park (BBC Radio 2); Jon Robyns: Live in London (The Other Palace); Musicals for Magic FM (Royal Albert Hall); Kevin & Karen Clifton Dance Live (UK tour); Hollywood Proms (Lytham Festival); West End Proms ( Greenwich Music Time); Best of Rock Musicals (Hammersmith Apollo) and Proms in the Park (BBC Radio 2).