In a career spanning over three decades, actor Brian Conley has appeared in a number of TV sit-coms and chat shows (including his own series), played lead roles in a wide range of award-winning West End musicals, as well as hosting numerous sell-out tours.
Born and raised in West London, Brian studied Performing Arts at The Barbara Speake Stage School and at 16 started working as a cabaret performer. After appearances on Five Alive and Live from the Palladium, he hosted two series of Brian Conley - This Way Up and four series of The Brian Conley Show, both for ITV.
Other television roles include Time after Time (British Comedy Award for Best ITV Sitcom), The Grimleys,Last Of The Summer Wine, The Cruise and The Life And Times Of Vivienne Vyle (opposite Jennifer Saunders). Brian also hosted two series of Let Me Entertain You for the BBC, starred in his own An Audience With.... and has hosted and appeared in eight Royal Variety Performances.
In the film world, he has starred in Circus, Unconditional Love, Dream,Arthur's Dyke,I Am Bob (with Sir Bob Geldof) and the cult film Equilibrium (with Sean Bean and Christian Bale).
Stage appearances include the musical Hairspray, Brother Love (celebrating the music of Neil Diamond), as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Oliver and in the nationwide hit Barnam. He also appeared in the hit comedy Elton John’s Glasses and starred as Bill Snibson in Me and My Girl. More recently, he appeared in The Music Man, in a sell out run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, for which he won Best Performance in a Musical at the TMA Awards.
Brian has won numerous other awards in his career, including The National Television Award for Most Popular Comedy Performer, Show Business Personality of the Year and the Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Most Popular Performer and Best Performance In A Musical.
Brian is one of the UK's best-loved performers and is an ideal choice for Cabaret, Awards Hosting and Personal Appearances. Please contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements, or, alternatively, contact us through our online booking enquiry form.
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