Louise
Dearman

With her most famous roles – Glinda and Elphaba from the West End production „Wicked“– Louise Dearman made history: She is the first actress ever to have played both witches in the musical.

Dearman was born in 1979 in Linslade, England, and started to take dance lessons at the age of 3. After her appearing as part of a children’s choir in „Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat“  at the London Palladium when she was 13, she started to consider a stage career.

She then went on to train at the Laine Theatre Arts College where she won the Musical Theatre and Opera Award for her astonishing performances. Over the course of her career, Louise Dearman played main parts in numerous Westend productions and musical tours through the UK, including Cats“, „Grease,“ „Jekyll and Hyde“, „Kiss me Kate“ und „Evita“, celebrating her biggest success with the musical „Wicked“.  Meanwhile, Dearman is one of the richest and most powerful voices in the British musical theatre and is present in nearly every section of the show business.

Besides her theatre projects she has also released three solo albums and appeared in several TV shows including BBC’s „Tonight’s The Night“.  Dearman’s recent projects include the concert „An Evening Of Movies and Musicals“, and the musical tour „Judy– The Songbook of Judy Garland“ in which she enchanted the audience with some of Garland’s most known songs this summer.

Louise Dearman is also involved in several social projects. With her show „Here come the Girls“ she raised money for breast cancer and supported the Alzheimer’s Society with the concert „Let’s Hear It For The Boys“.