Tarinn Callender biography Born in London, England, Tarinn Callender is a professional British singer and actor who is well known for his talent. With a vocal range of bottoms F to top B, he has never ceased to impress the audiences. Tarinn made his fantastic West End debut portraying the characters of both James Madison and Hercules Mulligan in the original London cast of Hamilton in 2017 at the Victoria Palace Theatre. He was part of the company at the 2018 Olivier Awards event where he put up a brilliant performance. Apart from his skills in music and acting, he is skilled in roller skating, ice skating and Basketball. Training: Tarinn received his training at the Arts Educational Schools and passed out with a BA Honours Degree in Musical Theatre in 2017. Theatre: Despite being a new professional theatre performer, Tarinn has worked in various stage productions including The Life (Arts Ed, 2017) where he played Fleetwood; The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Arts Ed, 2017); Kiss Me, Kate (Kilworth House Theatre, 2017) in which he played the role of Paul; Hamilton (Victoria Theatre, 2018-19) where he appeared in the dual roles of James Madison and Hercules Mulligan; Dick Whittington and His Cat (Hackney Empire, 2019) where he played Dick, and Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre, 2020) where he was Bob. TV: He appeared in Mama Youth (Pilot) as Jay. Other credits: He worked in the workshop of The Beano Musical at the Old Vic as Roger the Dodger in 2018. He was also a voiceover artist in I Think We Are Alone in the Frantic Assembly production.