Nuno Queimado biography Nuno Queimado is a musical theatre actor based in London. Born 31st August 1987 in Portugal, he moved to London from his hometown Lisbon to quickly make his West End debut with Tim Rice’ From Here To Eternity. Also a Psychologist, Nuno’s acting career began in his early 20s. He has worked across television and theatre. He is probably best-known for the hit Timothy Sheader-directed show Jesus Christ Superstar (2017), playing the role of Park. Theatre: Among his theatre credits are his roles as understudy Doctor/Hector, understudy Taxi Driver/Carlos, Malik in Bartlett Sher’s Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (20th December 2014 – 9th May 2015) at the Playhouse Theatre, ensemble in Timothy Sheader’s Jesus Christ Superstar (11th August – 23rd September 2017) at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Mother Courage And Her Children (2nd November – 9th December 2017) at The Large Theatre at Southwark Playhouse, replacement swing in Hamilton (6th December 2017) at the Victoria Palace Theatre, and the world premiere of It Happened In Key West (4th July – 18th August 2018) at the Charing Cross Theatre. Nuno was also in Side Show at the Southwark Playhouse and The World’s Greatest Show at the Royal Opera House.