Alistair Brammer is a West-End and Broadway leading man with a decade of experience in the industry, including film and TV. Having grown up in the South-West of England, Alistair was plucked from obscurity at the age of 16, by Sir Cameron Mackintosh, to play the role of Marius for a 20th Anniversary celebration of Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre in London. A role which marked his West End debut four years later.
This young performer has appeared as Marius in ‘Les Miserables’, Billy in the National Theatre’s ‘War Horse’, the lead in Boy George’s ‘Taboo’, and most recently as Chris in ‘Miss Saigon’, all in London. As well as those, he has also appeared as Joseph in ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’, and in rock musical ‘Hair’ and in 2016 as Enjolras in ‘Les Miserables’ at the Dubai Opera.
Last year, Alistair appeared again as G.I, Chris in the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of ‘Miss Saigon’. His debut on the Great White Way!
Alistair’s television experience includes the regular role of Jack Diamond, in BBCs ‘Casualty’. As well as appearances in ‘Episodes’ (Showtime) and ‘Vicious’ (PBS).
Alistair had success playing the role of Jean Prouvaire in the ‘Les Miserables’ movie, alongside Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe; a role he previously played for the 25th anniversary at London’s 02 arena. He performed as a solo vocalist on the 2014 ‘Royal Variety Performance’ for Prince William and Kate Middleton, alongside Ed Sheeran and One Direction. Alistair has sung on ‘Good Day, New York’ and ‘The Today Show’ for NBC as well as a special performance of ‘One Day More’ on ‘The Susan Boyle Story’ (ITV); He also has extensive experience singing in concerts and events all over London and New York.