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Alice Fearn Biography

 
Bio:
Alice started her career in the Woman In White (Palace Theatre) understudying Laura Fairlie. From there she joined the cast of Les Miserables (Queens Theatre) playing the Factory Girl and understudying Cosette & Fantine. Credits since include Princess Aurora in Awaking Beauty (Stephen Joseph ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Alice started her career in the Woman In White (Palace Theatre) understudying Laura Fairlie. From there she joined the cast of Les Miserables (Queens Theatre) playing the Factory Girl and understudying Cosette & Fantine. Credits since include Princess Aurora in Awaking Beauty (Stephen Joseph ... (read complete bio)

Alice started her career in the Woman In White (Palace Theatre) understudying Laura Fairlie. From there she joined the cast of Les Miserables (Queens Theatre) playing the Factory Girl and understudying Cosette & Fantine. Credits since include Princess Aurora in Awaking Beauty (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough written & directed by Alan Ayckbourn), Annie Get Your Gun (Young Vic), Rapunzel in Into The Woods (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Gingy/Sugar Plum Fairy in Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Renee in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Nancy in Oliver! at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury. Currently `Alice is starring as the green witch Elphaba in London's West End production of Wicked. Alice was also a guest singer on the Michael Ball Both Sides Now & If Everyone Was Listening tour, a backing vocalist for Josh Groban's All That Echoes UK tour and most recently guest singer on Russell Watson's Songs from the Heart tour.



Alice has been involved in various workshops including Madaleine in The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg (Kneehigh); Hera in Jason and the Argonuauts; Shazzer in Bridget Jones The Musical (Working Title Productions); Hannah Brown in Easter Parade (ATG) and Carol in Catch Me If You Can (ATG). The feature film Les Miserables directed by Tom Hooper (Working Title Films) and on BBC's EastEnders.



Alice works regularly as a session singer having sung on John Barrowman's BBC1 show Tonight's the Night and various feature films including Sweeney Todd, Mamma Mia, Alice In Wonderland, How To Train Your Dragon, Robin Hood, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Frankenweenie, Life Of Pi and many more.