Sam O'Rourke


Sam is originally from Stoke-on-Trent and trained at The Arts Educational Schools London.

His credits include: 'Half a Sixpence' (Noel Coward Theatre), 'The Dreamers' (Abbey Road), 'Friday Night is Music Night' (BBC Concert Orchestra), 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' (Regents Park Theatre), 'The Smallest Show on Earth' (UK Tour).


  • Height: 5' 10 (178cm)
  • Playing Age: 20 - 25
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Blonde
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: White


Showreel Coming Soon



The Dreamers, Clarence, James Beeny & Gina Georgio, Jean-Pierre Van De Spuy & Lee Proud

Half a Sixpence, Buggins/cover Arther Kipps, Cameron Mackintosh Ltd/West End, (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

Half a Sixpence, Buggins/cover Arthur Kipps, Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

Mrs Henderson Presents, Ensemble/1st cover Bertie, Michael Harrison Ents, (director: Terry Johnson)

The Smallest Show on Earth, Tom Fazackalee, Runaway Entertainment, (director: Thom Southerland)

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Gideon, Regents Park Theatre, (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

Crazy for You, Bobby Child, Arts Ed, (director: Cameron Wenn)

Catch Me If You Can, Agent Cod, Arts Ed, (director: Paul Foster)

Snow White And The Seven Dwarves, Dancer/Understudy Muddles and Prince, UK Productions (director: Chris Pizzey)

Buds, Dancer, ArtsEd (director: Tom Jackson Greaves)

Ruddigore, Richard, ArtsEd (director: Ian Good)

The Laurence Olivier Awards, Choir (director: David Charles Abell)

The English Heritage Angel Awards, Soloist (director: Andrew Lloyd Webber)

Assassins, John Wilkes Booth, ASSASSINS, ArtsEd (director: Benet Catty)


Beautiful To Me, Lead guy (Olly Murs music video)


Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Gideon, Regents Park Theatre (director Rachel Kavanaugh)



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