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Hadley Fraser in 2013
Born
21 April 1980 (age 40)
NationalityWelsh
OccupationActor, Singer
Known forThe Pirate Queen
Les Misérables
The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall
Spouse(s)Rosalie Craig
ChildrenElvie Fraser

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Robert Hugh 'Hadley' Fraser (born 21 April 1980) is an Englishstageactor and singer. He made his West End debut as Marius in Les Misérables. He also originated the role of Tiernan in the Broadway show The Pirate Queen.

Life and career[edit]

Fraser was born in Windsor, Berkshire, England. He holds a BA from Birmingham University and a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music. In 2011, he was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, or ARAM.[1][2] He has performed in a number of West End productions, and played Gareth in the Doctor Who episode 'Army of Ghosts' (2006).

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In 2009, Fraser played the supporting role of Reed in The Fresh Beat Band season 1, in season 2, Reed was played by Patrick Levis.) In May 2010, he returned to the West End to play the role of El Gallo in The Fantasticks.

In October 2010 Fraser sang the Les Misérables role of Grantaire in the 25th Anniversary concert at West End.

On 23 June 2011 Fraser returned to the West End production of Les Misérables, this time to play the role of Javert. He received critical acclaim for the role and remained with the show until June 2012.[3]

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On 1 and 2 October 2011 Fraser played Raoul in the 25th Anniversary staging of The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall in London. He costarred alongside Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess, who played the Phantom and Christine, respectively. Fraser also costarred with Karimloo in the 25th Anniversary concert of Les Misérables. Hadley has written music for a band called 'Sheytoons' with Karimloo, including 'Heading West' and 'Driftwood'.

Fraser appeared in the film adaptation of Les Misérables, as the Army General of the National Guard.

In 2012, Fraser sang 'Beyond the Door' on the concept album for The In-Between, as the character of Calicus.

Fraser appeared aside Tom Hiddleston in the Donmar Warehouse's production of Coriolanus from 6 December 2013 to 13 February 2014.

On 5 October 2014 Hadley married his long-time girlfriend (and co-theatre star) Rosalie Craig. She gave birth to their daughter in 2016.

In December 2014 he returned to the Donmar Warehouse to play Stine in City of Angels, alongside his wife Rosalie Craig as Gabby/Bobbi and Samantha Barks as Mallory/Avril. [4]

An avid musician, as well, Fraser can be heard on Scott Alan's releases Keys and Scott Alan LIVE, as well as his own EP, 'Just Let Go', released in August 2014 via social media and digital download (no hardcopy has been released).

He is the co-lyricist and co-book writer (with Josie Rourke) for the new musical Committee... (full title The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee Takes Oral Evidence on Whitehall's Relationship with Kids Company) with music by Tom Deering, which will premiere at the Donmar Warehouse from 23 June to 12 August 2017.

He played Frederick Frankenstein in the UK premiere of the Mel Brooks musical Young Frankenstein in August 2017 at the Garrick Theatre in London's West End, following a try-out run at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
2006Doctor WhoGarethTV series (Army of Ghosts)
2009–2010The Fresh Beat BandReedTV series – 13 episodes in season 1
2010The Lost TribeChris
2010Les Misérables in ConcertGrantaireLive concert at The O2
2011Convincing ClooneyChris
2011Phantom of the OperaViscount Raoul de ChagnyLive adaptation of the musical
2012ShackledJesseShort film
2012Les MisérablesNational Guardsman
2014CoriolanusTullus AufidiusNational Theatre Live
2014The Wrong MansMI5 AgentTV Series
2014Sons of LibertyJohn DickinsonTV Series
2014PompidouMaitre D'TV Series
2015Holby CitySebastian CoulterTV Series
2016The Legend of TarzanTarzan's father
2017Murder on the Orient ExpressBritish Military Escort
2018All Is TrueShakespeare's son-in-law

Theatre[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
2002–03Les MisérablesMarius PontmercyPalace Theatre (West End debut)
2003–04Peter PanCurlySavoy Theatre
2003–04The Pirates of PenzanceFredericSavoy Theatre
2004The ShaughraunCaptain MolineauxAbbey Theatre, Dublin
2004Putting It TogetherYoung ManHarrogate Theatre
2005The Far PavilionsAshton Pelham-MartynShaftesbury Theatre
2005LongitudeWilliam HarrisonGreenwich Theatre
2006AssassinsJohn Wilkes BoothSheffield Crucible
2006Pacific OverturesKayama YasaemonLeicester Haymarket
2006My Fair LadyFreddy Eynsford-HillLarnaca Amphitheatre, Cyprus
2006–07The Pirate QueenTiernanCadillac Palace, Chicago and Broadway
2007The Last Five YearsJamieTheatre Aspen, Colorado
2009A Christmas CarolBob CratchitBirmingham Repertory Theatre
2010The FantasticksEl GalloDuchess Theatre
2010Les Misérables in ConcertGrantaireO2 Arena
2011The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert HallRaoul de ChagnyRoyal Albert Hall
2011–12Les MisérablesJavertQueen's Theatre
2013The Pajama GameSid SorokinChichester Minerva Theatre
2013The MachineGarry KasparovM.I.F. and Park Avenue Armoury, NYC
2013–14CoriolanusTullus AufidiusDonmar Warehouse
2014–15City of AngelsStineDonmar Warehouse
2015The VoteAlastair SwiftDonmar Warehouse
2015The Winter's TalePolixenesGarrick Theatre
2015–16HarlequinadeFirst HalberdierGarrick Theatre
2016Long Day's Journey Into NightJames Tyrone JrBristol Old Vic
2017Committee...(a new musical)co-lyricist and co-book writerDonmar Warehouse
2017Saint JoanDunoisDonmar Warehouse
2017–18Young FrankensteinFrederick FrankensteinNewcastle Theatre Royal and Garrick Theatre
2019The Deep Blue SeaFreddie PageChichester Minerva Theatre
2019The AntipodesDorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End
2020City of AngelsStineGarrick Theatre

Discography[edit]

Just Let Go

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  • Released: Pre-Release 21 Aug 14
  • Format: Digital EP
  • Writer: Hadley Fraser
  • Tracks: 'Just Let Go', 'Heading West', 'Herne and the Red Kite', 'But For Me', 'On Constellation Street'

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Broadway World UK / West End Awards'. Royal Academy of Music.
  2. ^'Hadley Fraser'. IMDb.
  3. ^'Matt Lucas, Alfie Boe and Hadley Fraser to Storm the Barricades in West End's Les Miserables'. Broadway.com.
  4. ^'Donmar Warehouse's Fall Season Will Include City of Angels, Starring Samantha Barks'. Broadway.com.

External links[edit]

  • Official site updated June 2012
  • Hadley Fraser at the Internet Broadway Database
  • Hadley Fraser at IMDb
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