Alex Hammond biography Alex Hammond is a London-based musical theatre performer who has toured the UK in several productions and has also worked in London’s West End. Training: He attended the University of Leeds and earned a BA Honours degree in Dance and Theatre Performance (2011). Later, he pursued a Post Graduate course in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music and graduated in 2012. Theatre: His acting credits on stage include the role of an ensemble (understudy Billy, George and Marilyn in Christopher Renshaw’s musical Taboo! The Boy George at the Brixton Club House (Stage Entertainment, 2012); Cyril in the UK tour of Bill Kenwright’s musical Save The Last Dance For Me (Bill Kenwright Ltd, 2013); alternate Adam Pontipee in the UK tour of Patti Colombo’s musical Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Seven Brides Productions, 2013 – 2014); Lt. Danny Gilmartin in Nikolai Foster’s Calamity Jane at The Watermill Theatre (The Watermill Theatre & Jamie Wilson Productions, 2014 – 2015); Assistant Resident Director/swing in Charles Randolph-Wright’s Motown: The Musical at The Shaftesbury Theatre (Adam Spiegel Productions, 2016 – 2017); Count Carl-Magnus in Paul Foster’s A Little Night Music at The Watermill Theatre (2017); Freddie Eynsford-Hill in Joseph Pitcher’s My Fair Lady at The Mill at Sonning (2017 – 2018) and The Escapologist in Matthew Warchus’ Matilda: The Musical at The Cambridge Theatre (RSC, 2018 – 2019). Film: Alex appeared as Scott in Mike Buonaiuto’s short film Credence (Credence Productions Norfolk, 2015) and Richard in Matt Carter’s feature film In From The Side (Take A Seat Pictures London, 2019). TV: On television, he has played Rocco Morello in Peter Fearon’s Doctors (BBC Studios, 2018).