Lee Van Geleen
Lee is a former Performing Arts student and is currently starring in the new West End musical Only Fools and Horses at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket.
The former Royal Liberty School pupil attended Havering Sixth Form College from 2008 to 2010, achieving a Triple Distinction in the BTEC Performing Arts Extended Diploma.
He took a gap year, working as a waiter and securing roles in local theatre productions, and then joined the London School of Musical Theatre on their one year, full-time course, designed for those who wish to realise their full potential as musical theatre performers. He was trained to a high professional standard and developed his skills in singing, dancing, drama and performance.
He has recently had a starring role in Les Miserables at Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, playing Brujon and being the understudy for Javert, Bishop and the Factory Foreman.
He was then cast in the ensemble of Only Fools and Horses – and the show has had fantastic reviews since its opening night in February 2019. The West End production has been written and produced by comedian Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan, the son of John Sullivan who wrote the original TV series.
Lee performs alongside Paul Whitehouse who stars as Grandad, Tom Bennett (Del Boy) and Ryan Hutton (Rodney).
His other theatre credits include: The Warrior/Russian Admiral in Pacific Overtures at the Union Theatre, Southwark, London; Gwilim in Ivor Novello’s Valley of Song at the Finborough Theatre in Kensington, London; Dick Deadeye in H.M.S. Pinafore at the Union Theatre; The Balladeer in The Immortal Hour at the Finborough Theatre and ‘Tis The Season at the Jermyn Street Theatre which is a small studio theatre just off the West End.