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Damion Scarcella is originally from Australia where he received his training at the prestigious Melba Conservatorium. He has also appeared in many top Australian productions including Fame, Shout, Mamma Mia, Leader of The Pack and The King and I, for which he received a green room nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Since moving to the UK in 2005, Damion has been working with Europe's favorite accapella group The Flying Pickets and can be heard on the their latest album Big Mouth. In addition to performing extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East with The Three Waiters, Damion also fronts Europe's No.1 Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Tribute, Big Girl's Don't Cry.

2008::: Zorro The Musical, UK tour
The Mikado, the role of Nanki Poo, Union Theatre, London. Production was highly recommended by the Evening Standard.
Big Girls Don’t Cry, A tribute to Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons, playing the role of Frankie and performing in theatres throughout the UK

2007::: Began work with The Three Waiters

2006::: The Flying Pickets, the worlds best Accapella group, touring in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain and Slovakia

2005::: Leader of the Pack, the story of Ellie Greenwich. Moved to London

2003::: Australiasian tour of Mamma Mia, playing in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand

2002::: Universal Studios, Japan

2001::: SHOUT, The Story of the Wild One, Johnny O’Keefe, received a Green Room Nomination for best supporting male

2000::: Graduated and was cast in Fame The Musical, understudying and playing the roles of Nick Piazza, Joe Vegas and Schlomo Meztanbaum

1996::: Received scholarship to study at the Melba Conservatorium in Melbourne, under the guidance of Peter Mander

1991::: Cast as Prince Chululongkorn in Gordon & Frost’s Tony Award winning production of The King And I

1989::: Began vocal lessons

1978::: Born to parents Jane and Bruno, Melbourne Australia


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