Karl Queensborough biography Born 27th April 1990, Karl Queensborough is a London-based singer, actor and writer. He is currently playing Alexander Hamilton in the West End production of Hamilton the Musical. His experience covers various fields like TV, commercial, short film, radio and theatre. Training: Karl attended the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Theatre: His theatre credits include Youngster in Ignition Out of Reach at the Frantic Assembly (2008); Karl in Depth Charge (2008); Student in 365 at the National Theatre of Scotland (2008); Neil Turok in Peeoplykus’ The First Thing That Ever Happened (2009); Ensemble in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Lyric Theatre (2009); various characters in An Audience with Boxed In at the Tabard Theatre (2010); Ensemble in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Lyric Theatre (2009); Ensemble in Dick Whittington at the Lyric Theatre (2010); Vijay in Y Touring’s Mind the Gap (2011); Noel in Y Touring’s Dayglo (2011); Jacob in Morning at the Lyric Theatre & Traverse Theatre (2012); Dan in Concealed at the Accidental Festival (2014); Gumper in A Wold in Snakeskin Shoes at the Tricycle Theatre (2015); Prince Charming in Cinderella at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith (2015); Tony Baines in Only the Brave (The Musical) at the Wales Millennium Centre and Soho Theatre (2016); Kuno in The Machine Stops at the Theatre Royal York and Pilot Theatre (2016); Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2016); title role in Aladdin at the Lyric Theatre (2016); Ensemble/understudy in Girl From the North Country at The Old Vic (2017); various characters in The Little Matchgirl at Bristol Old Vic and Shakespeare’s Globe (2017); Anthony in White Teeth at The Kiln (2018). TV: Among Karl’s television credits is Jamal in BBC’s Casualty (2011), Joe in BBC’s Casualty (2013), and Dr Jordan in BBC’s Enterprise (2019).