Nathaniel Morrison

Nathaniel Morrison made his debut in the West End as Stevie Wonder in Dancing in the Streets at the Cambridge Theatre and UK tour. He is a professional actor, dancer, gospel singer and songwriter, as well as the founder and Artistic Director of The West End Gospel Choir.

Holding plenty of experience, Morrison has worked in professional film, commercials, music videos, motion capture, rehearsed readings, radio, panto, voice-over and modelling. He has advanced singing skills as a Falsetto and Baritone, and he is skilled at tap, jazz as well as ballet dancing.

 

Training:

He trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. He graduated with a BA Honours Degree in Dance and Theatre Performance in 2005.

Theatre:

Morrison has a long list of credits in theatre. They include Napthali in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Adelphi Theatre; Jorge in Tonight’s the Night in its UK Tour; Sammy Davis Jr in The Rat Pack Live (Edinburgh Festival, C’eca and Lowry Theatre); Mac/Man 3 in Drive Ride Walk at the Greenwich Theatre; Genie in Aladdin (Fareham, Potters Bar, St Albans and Croydon); Schroeder in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown at the Tabard Theatre; James Brown, Ray Charles and Cab Calloway in The Blue Brothers Live. He has also worked in Jersey Boys in its UK/Ireland Tour, Hairspray (UK Tour) and Hair (Ljubljana Festival, Slovenia).

Music:

He was part of concerts like Punks and Raging Queens at the Soho Revue Bar/Rebel Theatre; The Legend of Jeremiah at the Prince of Wales Theatre; Terrence T-Bone Frierson and West End Exposed at the Pigalle Club.

He also supervised the music for Walk in The Light at The National Theatre in Lyttelton—a concert commemorating the 50th anniversary of Black Artists in British Theatre.