A renowned actor on both television and the stage, Shaun Williamson is probably best known for playing Barry Evans in BBC1's ever popular soap Eastenders (from 1994 until 2004).
Growing up in Maidstone, Kent, Shaun struggled to breakthrough as an actor. Such was his determination to succeed as a thespian, however, that he established his own amateur dramatics society and had considerable success with this group in plays such as A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg. He subsequently completed a three-year acting diploma at The Webber Douglas Academy and went on to appear in several TV shows before landing the part of Barry Evans in Eastenders. Other television roles have included parts in the detective series Inspector Morse and the BBC sitcoms Waiting for God and Extras.
He has also been popular on stage, in such roles as Monty The DJ in Saturday Night Fever, Fagin in Oliver and Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls.
The last few years have been particularly busy ones for Shaun. In 2016, he played Mr Perks in the hit stage adaptation of The Railway Children at London's King's Cross Theatre, then later the same year played Baron Bomburst & Lord Scrumptious in the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang musical at the London Palladium, as well as Captain Hook in Peter Pan at The Hawth, Crawley. Also in 2016, he appeared in the Mark Noyce film The Blazing Cannons.
Available as a comic, public speaker, or as a singer with his own band, Shaun offers the complete entertainment package for Public Speaking, Corporate Events and Product Launches. To book Shaun for your Event, contact Prime Performers using the online booking enquiry form or, alternatively, call us on 020 7251 8222 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
His stand-up show was extremely funny and he captured the attention of the audience really well and worked in many references to our company and products that we make in a really natural way. It really was a pleasure to have him with us and I just hope that he enjoyed the evening as well.
May I take this opportunity to say that Mr Shaun Williamson was outstanding throughout the evening of our Ladies Guest Night, entertaining all with his witty repartee and genial nature from the very beginning of the evening. He proved to be an excellent after-dinner speaker entertaining the whole Mess with his well crafted stories, which were personalised to the audience.
Royal Air Force
Shaun was a true professional, he was truly amazing, funny, engaging and held the room together perfectly. We couldn't ask for a better host, we've had so much great feedback and the room was electric when he came on stage. He even did a little song too which was fantastic.
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