BONNIE LANGFORD

ROZ KEITH

Bonnie Langford has packed a wealth of experience into her outstanding career which has embraced success in theatre, television, film and radio in both Britain and America.

Most recently, Bonnie starred as Dorothy Brock in 42nd Street at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and for her role as Carmel Kazemi in EastEnders, she won Best Newcomer at the 2015 British Soap Awards.

She made her theatre debut in the West End at the tender age of seven in Gone with the Wind at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The following year she played ‘Baby June’ in Gypsy opposite Angela Lansbury at the Piccadilly Theatre, making such an impact that the producers took her to America with the show for a highly successful run on Broadway. For this performance, at the age of ten, Bonnie was nominated for a Drama Desk Award.

West End credits include: Cats (Original London Cast), The Gillian Lynne Theatre (formerly New London Theatre); The Pirates Of Penzance, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and London Palladium; Peter Pan – The Musical, Aldwych Theatre; Me And My Girl, Adelphi Theatre; Sweet Charity, Victoria Palace Theatre; Spamalot, Harold Pinter and Playhouse Theatres; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Savoy Theatre and Roxie Hart in Chicago, Adelphi and Cambridge Theatres and on Broadway.

UK tours include: 42nd Street; Charlie Girl; Oklahoma!; Guys and Dolls; Fosse; Spamalot; 9 to 5, The Musical and numerous Royal Variety Performances and Royal Galas.

Bonnie played Lena Marelli in the hit musical film Bugsy Malone.

Television/Film includes: Lena Marelli in Bugsy Malone, Just William, The Lena and Bonnie Show, The Hot Shoe Show, Hotel Babylon, Marple, The Catherine Tate Show, and the 22nd assistant on Doctor Who (BBC). She has also been the subject of ITV’s This Is Your Life.

In 2006, she learned to ice skate on the TV show Dancing on Ice, skating her way to the final and returning for the All Stars season in 2014.

Recordings include: ‘Bonnie Langford Now’ and ‘Jazz at the Theatre‘.

www.bonnielangford.co.uk

BONNIE LANGFORD
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