Aaron Lee Lambert biography Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Aaron Lee Lambert is a professional Musical Theatre actor. He relocated to NYC and worked as an actor for many years. He was an understudy Off-Broadway for But the Giraffe/Brundibar. Aaron also wrote the book, lyrics and music for From Up here. Training: He went to Yale University for a BA degree in Music (Composition and Voice, 2006) and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama for his Post Graduation in Musical Theatre (2009). He moved to Glasgow to achieve his MA degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Theatre: Aaron has plenty of musical credits to his name, which includes Bert in Meet John Doe at the Goodspeed Opera House Norma Terris (2006); Titus in Angels at the New York Musical Theatre Festival The Duke on 42nd Street (2006); Peter in Usher at the NYC Fringe Pace University (2008); ensemble in Show Boat at Carnegie Hall (2008); Aide/Ike/Bess Truman in First Lady Suite at the Edinburgh Fringe, George One (2009); Jesus/Montel in Jerry Springer: The Opera at the Edinburgh Fringe (2009); ensemble/cover Eddie and Shank in Sister Act at the London Palladium (2010); cover Donkey/Pig in Shrek at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (2011); Luke in Next Thing You Know at the Landor Theatre (2013); Billy Boy Bill Online/Digital in URINETOWN: The Musical at the St James Theatre; ensemble/cover Anthony in Sweeney Todd at the London Coliseum (2015); ensemble/cover John in Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre (2015-16); cover Artie/Sammy in Sunset Boulevard at the London Coliseum (2016). Film and TV: His on-screen credits include Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance (Universal/Cameron Mackintosh) and Ultimate A Cappella (Sky 1). Other Credits: He features in Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton at the Royal Albert Hall & UK Tour, and Stage and Screen (BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall).