Rhidian Marc biography Rhidian Marc is a professional actor based in South East London. The Welsh-speaking performer is originally from Cardiff. As soon as he finished drama school, Marc was touring with the 25th Anniversary Tour of Les Miserables. He has around a decade of experience in directing workshops for the young theatre enthusiasts. Training: He trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Acting (2009). Theatre: Among the many stage credits he has, some are Ensemble in Les Miserables (Cameron Mackintosh, 2009); Choir in Only Men Aloud (2010); Ensemble in The Classical Brits 2011 (Cameron Mackintosh Ltd); Young Ebenezer/Harry in Scrooge (No1 UK Tour, 2011); Swing, understudy and Grantaire in Les Miserables (Cameron Mackintosh, 2012); Tenor in Thursford Christmas Spectacular (2014); Soloist in Ivor Novello – The Great British Musical (London Hippodrome, 2014); Soloist in The Great British Musicals (St James Theatre, 2015); Passarino and second cover Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre, 2016); King Charles in Pippin (Hope Mill Theatre, 2017); Locke in Tiger Bay (Wales Millennium Centre, 2017); King Charles in Pippin (Southwark Playhouse, 2018); first cover Doctor Dillamond/second cover Wizard in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre, 2020). At the Central School of Speech and Drama, he appeared as Frederik in A Little Night Music (2007); Chance Wayne in Sweet Bird of Youth (2007); Sebastian in Twelfth Night (2007); Andrei in Three Sisters (2007); Malcolm in Macbeth (2008); Dorilant/Doctor in The Country Wife (2008); Male Chorus in The Love of the Nightingale (2009); Montel/Jesus in Jerry Springer: The Opera (2009); Steve in Oliver’s Army (2009) among others. Film: Marc was a part of the 2012 feature film Les Miserables as a student. TV: His television credits include Sion in Jara (2005) and Jeff in Oh Na Y Morgans (2006).