Sean Palmer

Sean Palmer

Overview

Sean has had a successful theatre and television career in both the US and UK.  He has worked on numerous Broadway and West end shows, not least among them Phantom of the Opera, Little Mermaid, On The Town and Fosse.  He is best known as Marcus Adant in the iconic series Sex and the City.  He starred in Crazy for You in the West End which received numerous five star reviews and won the Olivier for Best Revival in 2012.  He has worked luminaries in every part of the industry; Gwen Verdon, Hal Prince, Doug Write, Beth Henley, Rob Marshall, David LaChapelle, Steven Meisel and Mike Mills to name a few. 

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 11 (180cm)
  • Weight: 12st 7lb (79.4kg)
  • Playing Age: 27 - 38
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Hair Colour: Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Unions: SAG/AFTRA
  • Appearance: White

Film

Chicago, Dancer, Miramax

Television

Grey’s Anatomy, Intern, ABC (director: various)
Sex and the City, Marcus Adant, HBO (director: various)

TV Films

The Reagans, Tony, CBS/Showtime (director: Robert Allan Ackerman) 

Theatre

 

The Little Mermaid, Prince Eric, Disney Theatrical (director: Francesca Zambello)
Sat Night Fever, Tony Manero, Broadway (director: Arlene Phillips)

The apple Tree, Cover Satan/ Narrator, Broadway/ Roundabout (director: Gary Griffin)

Fosse, OBC, Broadway (director: Richard Maltby/Ann Reinking)

 

Phantom of the Opera, Raoul, Cameron Mackintosh/ Her Majesty's Theatre (director: Hal Prince)
Crazy for You, Bobby Child, Regents Park/ West End (director: Timothy Sheader)
On The Town, Chip, English National Opera/ West End (director: Jude Kelly)


A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, Allie, Encores! (director: Gary Griffin)
The Long Christmas Ride Home, Minister, Vineyard Theatre (director: Mark Brokaw)


We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Charles Blackwood, Yale Rep (director: Anne Kaufman)
The Boyfriend, Tony Bay, Street/Goodspeed/Nat‘l Tour (director: Julie Andrews)

Of Thee I Sing, Sam Jenkins, Papermill Playhous (director: Tina Landau)

Kiss Me Kate Bill, Lucentio, North Shore Music Theatre (director: Alan Coats)