Welcome to my website. I am an actor & singer working in musical theatre, cabaret, concerts, cruise work and recording sessions in the UK, and internationally. You can scroll down to view my updated CV, find out about current projects, hear audio clips, see reviews & pictures of some of my previous work, and get in touch via social media. Thanks for visiting!


Stephen trained at Mountview Theatre School. His professional debut was in the London Production of Les Miserables (Palace Theatre) understudy and playing Enjolras. He went on to play the title role in the 1999 UK Tour of Martin Guerre (WYP/Cameron Mackintosh) and recreated the role on the 1999 Cast Recording (First Night Records). Other theatre work includes Jerry Springer – The Opera (BAC, London); Woman in White (Sydmonton Festival); Harry & Young Ebenezer in Scrooge (UK Tour)opposite Shane Richie, and The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane & UK Tour) playing Roger DeBris & covering Leo Bloom. More recently, Stephen toured in 42nd Street (UK Productions) as Pat Denning, covering and playing Julian Marsh, and was a semi-finalist in ‘Britain’s Got Talent 2013’ as part of the musical Chasing The Dream.


Stephen has also played the Dame in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham), and in Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds). He appeared in Ken Hill’s Phantom of the Opera (Theatre Royal, Lincoln) playing Raoul; in Kuala Lumpur with Stars Of The Musicals (West End International), Magical Musicals (Sunway Lagoon) and as the Huntsman in Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs – The Musical (Sunway Lagoon). Also at the Broadway Music Theatre, Tokyo as a soloist in Encore!.Stephen took part in the workshop of the Cat Stevens musical Moonshadow, and toured the UK in You Don’t Bring Me Flowers – the songs of Neil Diamond & Barbra Streisand.


He has appeared in numerous Concerts including Showtime At The Stadium (BBC Wales, Millenium Stadium); Sondheim Tonight (Barbican), Salute to the Stars (Royal Albert Hall) and most recently One Enchanted Evening (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra). Stephen has toured in Europe with Gregorian – Masters of Chant, as backing vocalist for both Michael Crawford’s 2000 Tour and also for Russell Watson’s La Voce UK Tour 2011. He works extensively with the vocal cabaret groups ‘Masters Of The House’ and ‘The WestEnders’ both in the UK and internationally, and appears on the WestEnders’ recent album ‘Hear The People Sing’.


Stephen also works with Capital Voices, Metro Voices & the Madia Vale Singers as a session singer, soloist and backing vocalist for performers including Martine McCutcheon; Michael Ball; Elaine Paige; Gareth Gates; Michael Crawford; Will Young. Other recording work includes Hey Producer! (Danny Davies – released Mar ‘12); Stars Of The Musicals (JAY Records); Sondheim Tonight (Barbican); title role in Merrick (Pirate Productions); Copacabana (Danish Cast recording) and various soundtracks (incl. Sweeney ToddThe 300Charlie & The Chocolate FactoryCorpse Bride, Kung Fu Panda). In 2014 Stephen recorded a serious of voiceovers for Cartoon Network at their Amazone Park in Thailand, and since 2015 in enjoying performing in various productions as the ‘Broadway Guest Artist’ for Disney Cruise Line, aboard the Disney Fantasy & more recently aboard the Disney Dream in “Beauty & The Beast”


“Stephen Weller played Roger DeBris with glorious understatement and it’s to be hoped that Peter Kay will do the same when he takes over the role”

Caroline Woolard, South Wales Argus

“Special mentions for … Stephen Weller as Scrooge’s nephew and the young Ebenezer, who had another fine set of lungs”

Caron Parsons, BBC Bristol

“But the story is not the main feature in this show – it is the music and the incredible, athletic singing of the entire cast. I have never seen a show with such universally strong voices … most memorable perhaps [is] the all-round excellence of Stephen Weller’s Martin Guerre.”

Fleur Kinson, Theatre Review, Oxford

“…a special mention should be made of Stephen Weller, Joanna Riding and Matthew Cammelle, as they would have made Gordon Craig proud with their seemingly effortless vocal energy and sheer talent.”

Andi Reiss, Daily Info, Oxford

“…Abelard is a difficult role…(it) needs to be played by someone who is dashing, yet able to keep the audience on side and make it understand his dilemma after the loss of grace. Weller does that and is especially superb in the long solo “I Am Sure”. There is great beauty in the sad refelction of his late Act II song “I Gave Myself To Human Loving”…Carson and Weller make beautiful music together in their declaration of love…

Ken Longworth, Newcastle Herald





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