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Ryan Pidgen

Ryan Pidgen is a professional British musical theatre actor, who is best known for The Wind In The Willow: The New Musical (2018) and the TV movie Team Xtreme (2013).



He has worked extensively in theatre and the shows he was part of include The Good Ol’ Days at Leeds City Varieties; Stars Falling at the Key Theatre, Peterborough; Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire/New Wimbledon; Celtic Journey: Dance Sensation at the Churchill Theatre; Spirit Of The Dance in the UK tour; The Heat Is On at the Bournemouth Pavilion; Santa Claus The Musical at the Alexandra Theatre; Zoe Tyler: The Show Must Go On in the UK tour; Union St at Plymouth Drum; The Music Of The Night at the Royal Citadel, Plymouth; Hairspray at the Leicester Curve; The Revenge Of Sherlock Holmes at the Hoxton Hall; Eric Lane: Freedom Fighter at Jermyn Street; Lend Me A Tenor at Gielgud Theatre; Billy Elliot at Victoria Palace; Evita at the Dominion Theatre and UK tour; Anything Goes in the UK tour; Seven Brides For Seven Brothers at the Regents’s Park Open Air Theatre; Show Boat at the New London Theatre; The Wind In The Willows at the London Palladium and UK tour; Brian/Resident Choreographer in Fat Friends; Bob Barking/cover Bill Snibson in Me And My Girl at the Chichester Theatre, and Captain of the Inquisition in The Man Of La Mancha at the London Colliseum.

Film & TV:

Ryan’s onscreen credits include Chatroom, A Cloud Upon A Slope, My Family, Reggie Perrin, AI Murray’s Personality Disorder, Holby City, EastEnders, The Bill, Miranda, And & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, and And & Dec: The Musical.


Among his workshop credits is The Wind In The Willows, Lend Me A Tenor, The Queen Of New Orleans, Studio 54, The Chariot, Groundhog Day, and Great Expectations.