Simon-Anthony Rhoden

Simon-Anthony Rhoden

Overview

London born Simon-Anthony Rhoden trained at LAMDA with a BA (Hons) in Classical Theatre. His theatre credits include:, Ash in 'Marianne' (Without A Paddle), Devon in 'Married to the Game' (Theatre 503), Man in 'If I Should Stay' (Soho Theatre/ The Sticking Place), Lance in 'Beauty’s Legacy' (The Keeper’s Daughter) and Jim Conley in 'Parade' (Edinburgh Fringe).

TV and Film includes: 'Let it Snow' (Endor/Sky TV), '2 Birds and a Wrench' (Wighton St Productions), 'Blue' (Blue Spring Pictures)

In his spare time Simon-Anthony concentrates on devising shows with theatre company The Keepers Daughter. Their first fringe show Beauty’s Legacy was selected for window week at Brighton Fringe and sold out, receiving rave reviews. He is now working as a co-deviser on the company’s new show Tomorrow Is Your Hope, which they hope will tour the UK in 2017.

Last year Simon-Anthony was delighted to be making his West End debut in 'Kinky Boots and a year later, he is now playing the lead, Lola.

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 10 (178cm)
  • Weight: 12st (76.2kg)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 35
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Shaven
  • Appearance: Black

Film

Let It Snow, Shaun, Endor Productions for Sky TV (director: Sam Miller)

Theatre

Kinky Boots, Lola, Playful Productions (director: Jerry Mitchell)

Kinky Boots, Swing U/S Lola, Playful Productions (director: Jerry Mitchell)
Parade, Jim Conley, One Off Productions (director: Suzanne Emerson)
Beauties Legacy, Lance, The Keeper's Daughter (director: Mark Finbow & Simon-Anthony Rhoden)
If I Should Stay, Man, Desmond O'Conner & Sarah-Louise Young (director: Matt Peover & Hannah Eidinow)
Married To The Game, Devon, Theatre 503 (director: Chris Urch)
Marianne, Ash, Without A Paddle (director: Anna Jordan)
Tommy, Cousin Kevin, LAMDA (director: John Baxter)
Gas Station Angel, Dyfrig/Mr Entertainment, LAMDA (director: Gari Jones)
Revenger's Tragedy, Junior, LAMDA (director: Rodney Cottier)
The Grace Of Mary Traverse, Mr Hardlong, LAMDA (director: Lyndsey Turner)
Vernon God Little, Brian Large/Pastor Lassalle, LAMDA (director: John Baxter)
Stage, Gerasim Cusmic Petrin, Mechanical Piano, LAMDA (director: Joseph Blatchley)
Stage, Flute the Bellows Mender/Fairy, A Midsummer Night's Dream, LAMDA (director: Aaron Mullen)
Stage, Young Bellair, Man Of Mode, LAMDA (director: Hannah Eidinow)

Rehearsed Reading

Young Paul Robeson/Paul Robeson Jr, I Have Done The State Some Service... (director: Tom Cornford)
Ko Ba Sein/Ko S'La, Burmese Days, Aya Theatre Company (director: Ryan Kiggell)