Rocky Horror Australian Tour

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Rocky Horror Australian Tour
Starring Todd McKenney As Frank N Furter and Shane Jacobson As The Narrator

Cast

Featured Cast

Principle Cast

Todd McKenney

Todd McKenney

Frank n Furter

Todd McKenney

Todd McKenney

[Frank n Furter]

Inspiring, provocative, compelling and generous are just a few words that describe the critically acclaimed and award winning performer, actor and host – Todd McKenney.

A household name in Australia, Todd’s versatile career has spanned three decades and shows no sign of slowing down. Already known as Australia’s leading man of song and dance musicals, since 2004 he’s also been the ‘colourful’ and often controversial judge on the Channel 7 hit series ‘Dancing With the Stars’.

Todd began dancing at the age of three at his mother’s dancing school in Perth, training in jazz, tap, acrobatics and ballroom dancing. He has represented Australia in ballroom and Latin American dancing, winning many international dance titles. Amongst his Australian awards for performance in musical theatre are two ‘Mo Awards’, the ‘Variety Club Heart Award’, the ‘Glug Award’, the ‘Green Room Award’, two ‘Australian Dance Awards’ and a ‘Helpmann Award’.

He was cast in his first professional musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Song and Dance, in 1983. From there Todd’s career has followed a very neat trajectory with lead roles in Cats, 42nd Street, West Side Story, Crazy For You, Born Yesterday, Camelot, Pirates of Penzance, Cabaret, Strictly Ballroom, La Cage aux Folles, Singin’ In the Rain, Anything Goes, The Boy From Oz, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Orpheus In the Underworld for Opera Australia Annie the Musical. More recently he has had a return performance of La Cage Aux Folles in the lead role of Albin, Teen Angel in Grease and Dusty.

It was landing the prized role of Peter Allen in the Australian hit production The Boy From Oz that confirmed his star status on stage. The Boy From Oz performed over 1000 shows nationally and is one of the longest running and most successful musical productions in Australian history.

Todd co-hosted Sydney’s MIX106.5FM breakfast radio program with Sonia Kruger in 08/09 and is currently a regular on Sydney radio station 2UE 954 with Stuart Bocking. Todd fills in for Larry Emdur on Network Seven’s ‘The Morning Show’ with Kylie Gillies and has been a guest judge on ‘Australia’s Got Talent’.

For the past 8 years Todd has been studying ‘Auslan’ sign language and has worked within the deaf community all around Australia. He also works with The Children’s Tumour Foundation to raise awareness and much needed financial support for people living with Neurofibromatosis. http://www.ctf.org.au

Todd has launched his new business Todd McKenney’s Centre Stage Tours where he hosts ‘dinner and a show’ Todd style. Check this out at: www.toddstours.com.au. Keep up to date with Todd’s one man show which tours regularly around Australia at: www.toddmckenney.com.au.
Todd had the delight of becoming a father in 2007 and his daughter Charlotte is the light of his life.

Shane Jacobson

Shane Jacobson

Narrator

Shane Jacobson

Shane Jacobson

[Narrator]

Shane Jacobson is one of Australia’s most loved, award-winning actors, presenters and entertainers, and has worked with some of the biggest names in radio, film, stage and television for more than 25 years.

Performing has always been an important part of Shane’s life.  It all began in amateur theatre at the age of 10 and he hasn’t stopped since.  His quick wit and gift for characterisation cemented his early success, with gigs in stand-up comedy, as a TV audience “warm-up guy” and as radio character “Sergio” leading on to an impressive list of appearances in music videos, TV commercials and short films.

But it was his role as the character Kenny Smyth in 2006 that brought him wide recognition both at home and internationally.  Shane won a string of awards for Kenny, including the prestigious AFI Award for Best Actor and, together with his brother and director CLAYTON JACOBSON, the 2006 IF Awards for Best Feature Film and Best Scriptand the Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Best Original Screenplay.  Kennywasn’t just a critical success – it grossed almost $8 million at the Australian box office, making it the highest grossing Australian film in three years, and also became the highest selling Australian DVD release ever.

Kenny opened the door on Shane’s feature film career and his subsequent credits include Newcastle (2008), Cactus (2008) with BRYAN BROWN, Charlie & Boots (2009) with PAUL HOGAN, the animated Santa’s Apprentice (2010) as the voice of Santa, Surviving Georgia (2011) with PIA MIRANDA and HOLLY VALANCE, Hollywood blockbuster The Bourne Legacy (2012) with JEREMY RENNER, RACHEL WEISZ and EDWARD NORTON, the hugely popular Oddball (2015) with SARAH SNOOK, ALAN TUDYK and DEBORAH MAILMAN, the highly acclaimed The Dressmaker (2015) with KATE WINSLET, JUDY DAVIS, LIAM HEMSWORTH and HUGO WEAVING, and A Few Less Men (2017), sequel to the smash hit A Few Best Men.

2018 sees the release of the action thriller Guardians Of The Tomb with KELLAN LUTZ, KELSEY GRAMMER and LI BINGBING and The BBQ with MAGDA SZUBANSKI, MANU FEIDEL, JULIA ZEMIRO and NICHOLAS HAMMOND, and future releases include That’s Not My Dogfeaturing PAUL HOGAN, MICHALA BANAS and STEPHEN HALL plus Brothers Nest with CLAYTON JACOBSON.

Shane’s stage career has been just as successful.  The role of ‘Nicely Nicely’ in the 2008 revival of the musical Guys and Dolls with LISA McCUNE, IAN STENLAKE, MARINA PRIOR, GARRY McDONALD and MAGDA SZUBANSKI, earned Shane a Helpmann Award for Best Male in a Supporting Role, and he’s entertained thousands of theatre goers with roles in The Drowsy Chaperone (2010) with GEOFFREY RUSH, ROBYN NEVIN and RHONDA BURCHMORE, QI Live (2011) with STEPHEN FRY, 8 The Play (2012) with RACHEL GRIFFITHS, Shane Warne – The Musical (2013) with EDDIE PERFECT and LISA McCUNE, and Mother & Son (2014) with NOELINE BROWN and DARREN GILSHENAN.

His TV appearances have been numerous and varied.  From host and presenter of the Australian Film Institute Awards (2010), Top Gear Australia (2010, 2011), The Great Australian Bake Off (2013), The Logies (2015) and Little Big Shots (2017) to starring turns in telemovies Beaconsfield (2012) with LACHY HULME, The Mystery of the Hansom Cab (2012) with JOHN WATERS and Jack Irish (2012, 2013) with GUY PEARCE and BARRY HUMPHRIES, to roles in TV series like Kenny’s World (2007), The Time of Our Lives(2012, 2014), Fat Tony & Co (2014), Open Slather (2015) and Jack Irish (2016).

Shane can, and does, turn his hand to just about anything.  As an author he has penned automotive pieces for Drive and his 2014 autobiography The Long Road to Overnight Success became an instant hit and number 1 bestseller.  In 2017 he explored his life as a motoring tragic in his second book Rev Head.

As a producer he’s brought shows like Rock Soldiers (2011) and Hangin’ with Hoges(2014) to the screen.  He’s been seen hosting events and programs like the Australian Motoring FestivalTop Gear LiveFriday Night Crack UpThe Living Room and Manspace, for which he is also the Executive Producer.  As a singer he’s a regular guest at the annual Carols by Candlelight and fronted 2015’s sellout show A Night Out with Shane Jacobson and The Melbourne Ska Orchestra.

Amongst this incredible body of work Shane has always found time for people and causes close to his heart.  He is, or has been, the patron or ambassador for HeartKids AustraliaScouts VictoriaIndian MotorcyclesDocklands Film StudiosPolaris Offroad VehiclesAustralian Side by Side Racing ChampionshipsHMAS CanberraGet ReadingEntertainment AssistThe Mirabel FoundationVariety and Parkinson’s Victoria.  As a brand ambassador Shane has been promoting IGA Australia’s supermarkets and the Isuzu truck range since 2016.

Rob Mallett

Rob Mallett

Brad Majors

Rob Mallett

Rob Mallett

[Brad Majors]

Tasmanian born and bred, Rob gets his footwork from his formative years in Irish dancing. He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2012 with a BA in Music Theatre. During his last year at WAAPA, Rob appeared in a docu-drama for the BBC, Desert Rats, and a telemovie for ABC 1, The Accidental Soldier. Immediately after graduating, Rob appeared in a guest role on House Husbands for the Nine Network/Playmaker media, before joining the national tour of Hot Shoe Shuffle, directed by David Atkins, in the role of Buck.

In 2013 Rob also performed in A Cole Porter Celebration for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs as a lead vocalist, and during that same year was named a top six finalist in the Rob Guest Endowment. Following that, he featured in a guest role on Winners & Losers for the Seven Network, and in 2014/15 performed in the national, two-year tour of Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Misérables, directed by Lawrence Connor and James Powell, covering the role of Marius.

In 2016/17 he returned to the stage as part of the Ensemble/Don cover in the national tour and Japan season of Dainty Group’s Singin’ In The Rain, directed by Jonathan Church. In 2017, Rob most recently appeared as The Boy in critically acclaimed two hander production of The Events for Blue Cow Theatre in Tasmania, directed by Robert Jarman.

Michelle Smitheram

Michelle Smitheram

Janet Weiss

Michelle Smitheram

Michelle Smitheram

[Janet Weiss]

Michelle is originally from Melbourne and trained with May Downs School of Dance, the Children’s Performing Company of Australia, DW301, Robert Sturrock and The Howard Fine Acting Studio. Michelle’s theatre credits include ensemble/swing in Monty Python’s Spamalot, ensemble/understudy Roxie in Chicago (Australasia tour), the role of Paula in the Australian workshop of An Officer and A Gentleman, ensemble/understudy Amber and Penny in Hairspray (Australian tour), Lorraine in Jersey Boys, ensemble in Parade, ensemble in the Production Company’s Nice Work If You Can Get It, ensemble in the new Australian musical Georgy Girl, ensemble/understudy Sandra Dee in the World Premiere of Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical, and has most recently finished performing in the musical Cabaret where she covered the role of Sally Bowles.

Kristian Lavercombe

Kristian Lavercombe

Riff Raff

Kristian Lavercombe

Kristian Lavercombe

[Riff Raff]

Kristian has acted in over 1200 performances of The Rocky Horror Show, most notably for the UK’s 40th Anniversary tour, the New Zealand and Asian tours, and also the recent Australian tours. Aside from Rocky Horror, Kristian has had leading roles in over 30 professional productions. Highlights include Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar (Auckland Theatre Company), Bobby Strong in Urinetown (Downstage Theatre), Leaf Coneybear in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Auckland Theatre Company), Dodger in Oliver! (Court Theatre), Puck in Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream (Christchurch Arts Festival) and The Dark Lady in the New Zealand tour of This Holy Fire of Love (New Zealand Symphony Orchestra).

Kristian’s other shows include Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Lady Windermere’s Fan, Amy’s View, The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Complete Works of Shakespeare – Abridged, Skylight, Antony and Cleopatra, Alice, Caesar and Cleopatra, Mother Courage, The Queen and I (Court Theatre), My First Time (Fortune Theatre), Rent (Auckland Musical Theatre), The Wizard Of Oz (Peach Theatre), Hushabye Mountain (Auckland International Comedy Festival), Amadeus (Theatre Alive), The Fantasticks (CAN Professional Theatre), Sinbad (The Actors Company) and Tarquin in the TV series Dark Knight (Palana Productions).

www.kristianlavercombe.com

Instagram: @kristianlavercombe

Amanda Harrison

Amanda Harrison

Magenta / Usherette

Amanda Harrison

Amanda Harrison

[Magenta / Usherette]

Amanda’s performance credits span three continents including the USA, the UK and Australia. Amanda is most well-known for originating the role of Elphaba in the Australian production of Wicked. For playing the role, Amanda was nominated for Green Room, Helpmann and Sydney Theatre Awards for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. Amanda made her professional debut playing Jenny in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love. Other theatrical credits in Australia include Sunset Boulevard with Hugh Jackman, Miss Saigon, The Boy from Oz, City of Angels, Les Misérables and We Will Rock You, for which she was awarded the 2004 Helpmann Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Oz. For The Production Company, Amanda has appeared in Mame, She Loves Me, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma! and as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes. Amanda created the role of Paula in the world premiere of An Officer and A Gentleman, for which she was again nominated for a Helpmann.

On London’s West End, Amanda was an original company member of We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre). Amanda also played Ali in Mamma Mia! at the Prince Edward Theatre. Amanda’s TV appearances in the UK include Parkinson, Children in Need and the Queen’s Jubilee Celebration – Party at the Palace with the WWRY cast, and guest roles in Oscar Charlie, Grange Hill and Casualty, all for the BBC. In New York, Amanda sang The Wizard and I at Carnegie Hall for G’day Australia Week in 2009. Amanda can be heard on I Dreamed a Dream – Hit Songs from Broadway, recorded with Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Guy Noble for ABC Classics.

In concert Amanda has performed in Do You Hear the People Sing? in Shanghai and Taipei alongside Lea Salonga and Michael Ball, and also in The Music of Queen – A Rock and Symphonic Spectacular at the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne’s Hamer Hall. Most recently Amanda was seen alongside her fellow Wicked alumni Lucy Durack, Jemma Rix and Helen Dallimore in Witches at the Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Amanda is an accomplished voice actor and has voiced characters in animations Get Ace and Kuu Kuu Harajuku for Ch10. Amanda recently appeared in Cyrens – The Swinging Songbook of Cy Coleman at the Adelaide and Melbourne Cabaret Festivals.

You can follow Amanda on instagram @amandalharrison, twitter @amandaharra and facebook @TheAmandaHarrison

Brendan Irving

Brendan Irving

Rocky

Brendan Irving

Brendan Irving

[Rocky]

After graduating from the Music Theatre program at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Brendan received the Bound For Broadway Scholarship from the Talent Development Project & American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. He then went on to perform as a soloist for legendary lyricist Sheldon Harnick’s Broadway Up Close and Personal at the John F. Kennedy Centre in Washington DC and the Rick Jensen directed cabaret Bound for Broadway in New York.

Back home, Brendan has since made a strong name for himself, understudying Zack Mayo in Gordon Frost Organisation’s 2012 production of An Officer and A Gentleman and appearing as Rocky in the 2014 and 2015 Australian tours of Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show. This year saw Brendan working with Gordon Frost Organisation again for their hit season of The Bodyguard, The Musical as the sinister stalker.

Brendan is also an accomplished aerial acrobat specialising in silks and trapeze and is a resident aerialist of Sydney’s Slide Lounge El Circo. He is a proud Lululemon Athletica ambassador and founder of The Movement Academy Australia; a physical training program for performing artists, calisthenics enthusiasts and everyday athletes with a passion for enhanced movement.

Brendan is delighted to be reprising his role as Rocky in the upcoming tour of The Rocky Horror Show.

Nadia Komazec

Nadia Komazec

Columbia

Nadia Komazec

Nadia Komazec

[Columbia]

Originally hailing from Adelaide, Nadia trained at the Barbara Jayne Dance Centre. In 2006 she landed the role of Meg Giry in the Australasian touring production of The Phantom of the Opera (Really Useful Group). She then completed Louise Withers and Associates’ 10th Anniversary tour of Mamma Mia! as understudy Sophie Sheridan.

Nadia performed in the ensemble and understudied the role of Lisa in Cat Steven’s World Premiere of the musical Moonshadow. She then played the role of Maggie in A Chorus Line (TML Enterprises), followed by the roles of Cece, District Attorney and understudied Serena in Legally Blonde the Musical (Howard Panter/ GFO). She performed in James Anthony’s production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (understudy Jolene) and made her Production Company debut in 2014 in Showboat. She also performed the role of Stacey King in the All Out Of Love workshop produced by Naomi Toohey Musical Management. Nadia also participated in the Georgy Girl Workshop for Backstage Productions (Ensemble/understudy Judith Durham). Nadia’s other credits include the role of Jordana in Dance Academy series 2 (ABC3). She was a Principal Dancer in Michael Ralph’s Hollywood Honky Tonk produced by Giving Productions.

Most recently Nadia understudied Mrs Wormwood and Miss Honey in Matilda The Musical (Royal Shakespeare Company/Louise Withers and Associates).

 

 

James Bryers

James Bryers

Eddie/Dr Scott

James Bryers

James Bryers

[Eddie/Dr Scott ]

James is a 2010 graduate of the BA in Music Theatre (WAAPA).

Most recently James could be seen performing the role of the Escapologist in the enormously successful Australian and New Zealand tour of Matilda The Musical for the Royal Shakespeare Company and Louise Withers Productions.

James other notable theatre credits include the New Zealand & Australian tour of the hugely successful Jersey Boys for Skyline Theatricals, Pirates of Penzance for The Production Company and Dirty Dancing’ for The Gordon Frost Organisation. James was also a lead performer alongside Melinda Schneider for the Blake Entertainment production of Doris, which opened at the Sydney Opera House.

Bianca Baykara

Bianca Baykara

Phantom

Bianca Baykara

Bianca Baykara

[Phantom]

Bianca is a 2010 graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art, where she was the recipient of the Robertson Family Trust scholarship. Most recently, Bianca appeared as Cynthia in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, onboard the Norwegian Epic. She also performed with renowned Spanish magician Christian Miró as his assistant. This tour took her to many exotic locations, including Spain, Morocco, Italy, France, Bermuda, Portugal, Jamaica, Mexico, USA, and the Caribbean islands.

Bianca’s other theatre credits include Vanessa in In The Heights (StageArt), Marta in Company (Watch This), Rosalia/Somewhere Soloist in West Side Story (The Production Company), La Niña in new Australian musical crossXroads, Seegar understudy in the world premiere of An Officer And A Gentleman (GFO), Ensemble in The King & I (Opera Australia/ GFO), Ensemble in Singin’ In The Rain (The Production Company), Ensemble in Nine (Manilla St), and Pretty Lady & others in Pacific Overtures (Watch This/Manilla St). She has also travelled Australia performing for school-aged children in educational shows by Brainstorm Productions. Bianca has been involved in multiple workshop readings of new musical SPACE and she was delighted to feature as a soloist on the cast recording of new Australian song cycle Together Apart, available on iTunes.

Bianca was a semi-finalist in the prestigious Rob Guest Endowment in 2012, 2013 and 2017.

She can’t wait to do the Time Warp and is thrilled to be joining The Rocky Horror Show. Bianca wishes to thank her family for their endless love and support.

Ross Chisari

Ross Chisari

Phantom

Ross Chisari

Ross Chisari

[Phantom]

Ross graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2013 with a BA in Music Theatre. Mildura born and bred, Ross’ theatre credits include Squabbalogic’s The Drowsy Chaperone, which gained him a GLUG Theatre Award nomination, Truth, Beauty and a Picture of You at the Hayes Theatre and the Production Company’s sell-out season of West Side Story. On screen, Ross has featured on the ABC Variety Show Saturday Night Crack Up as a lead dancer, and has appeared live on Channel 7’s X Factor as a lead backing vocalist. His career highlights include starring as Sancho Panza alongside Tony Award nominee Tony Sheldon in Squabbalogic’s production of Man of La Mancha, which he also choreographed, as well as playing Willie Lopez in the Australian premier of Ghost – the Musical (Ambassador Theatre Group).

Ross has recorded and released two CD’s, the Australian cast recording of Man of La Mancha and Together Apart, a new Australian song cycle which can be found on iTunes. Most recently, Ross has completed a season of Disney Australia’s Aladdin The Musical where he understudied the principal roles of Iago and Omar.

Ross is thrilled and grateful to be a part of the eccentric cast of The Rocky Horror Show, a bucket list show of his, and would like to thank his family and loved ones for their constant support.

Niente Viene Facile”

Hayley Martin

Hayley Martin

Phantom

Hayley Martin

Hayley Martin

[Phantom]

Originally from the Whitsundays, Hayley was cast in Monty Python’s Spamalot (Swing) out of her graduating year at Dance World Studios. Most recently, she was thrilled to take on the role of Cha Cha as well as Dance Captain for Harvest Rain’s Grease The Arena Experience and travelled to Tokyo earlier in the year to perform with the international cast of Singin’ In The Rain.

Her Australian theatre credits include Singin’ In The Rain, Hugh Jackman’s Broadway to OzAnything Goes (U/S Erma), King Kong Live On Stage (World Premiere and final Workshop), Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies (Swing), Hairspray the Musical and The Production Company’s Crazy For You. Hayley’s UK theatre credits include the tour of Barry Manilow’s Copacabana (Bolero Girl and U/S Gladys Murphy) and Monty Python Live: One Down, Five To Go which was broadcast from London’s O2 Arena to cinemas and television worldwide.

Hayley also holds a certification in nutrition and is a wellness advocate for young aspiring performers. Big love to my family, friends and those who continue to inspire me!

Instagram: @itsmehayleymaree

Stephen McDowell

Stephen McDowell

Phantom

Stephen McDowell

Stephen McDowell

[Phantom]

Stephen is a graduate of The Victorian College of the Arts. He was most recently seen as Anas in Jesus Christ Superstar (The Production Company). Stephen’s other credits include Reefer Madness (Chapel Off Chapel), Heathers (Showwork/Hayes Theatre and National tour), the Australian premiere of Mary Poppins (Australian/NZ tour), the new Hamer Hall Opening Concert, and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Countdown. Stephen’s TV credits include Neighbours, The King – The Graham Kennedy Story, Carols By Candlelight and the Good Friday Variety Gala. His children’s theatre performances include Peppa Pig Live (Lifelike Touring) Blue’s Party Surprise (Nickelodeon/X Systems) and Dorothy’s Dance Party (Entertainment Store Group).

Hollie James

Hollie James

Swing / Dance Captain

Hollie James

Hollie James

[Swing / Dance Captain]

Hollie most recently performed in Opera Australia and John Frost’s 60th anniversary production of My Fair Lady, directed by Dame Julie Andrews. She has also appeared as Sue Snell in Carrie: The Musical (Ghost Light), Peppa Pig Live! (Life Like Touring), Pippin (Magnormos), On the Edge (State Theatre Centre of Western Australia) and Cy by Cy by Cy: The Songs of Cy Coleman (Flourish Productions).

Hailing from Perth, Hollie trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre). Performances whilst at WAAPA include Crazy for You, A Chorus Line, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Little Touch of Chaos and Anything Goes. An accomplished improviser, Hollie has performed across Australia and internationally with the musical improvisation group Impromptunes.

Geoffrey Winter

Geoffrey Winter

Swing

Geoffrey Winter

Geoffrey Winter

[Swing]

With formal training and a Bachelor of Musical Theatre from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Geoffrey has experience in short film, commercial radio, corporate entertainment and musical theatre. His versatility and passion for performing has always seen him in high demand, performing throughout Australia and South-East Asia.

Geoffrey has recently toured Australia with GFO’s The Bodyguard, covering the title role of the Bodyguard and several others. Prior to this, he toured with Scooby Doo Live!: Level Up (Life Like Touring) and Four Season’s in One Night, which featured in the 2016 Adelaide Cabaret Festival. He played Frank Jnr in the Australian Premiere of Saturday Night Fever (StageArt) and has also toured internationally in children’s entertainment. Other recent theatre credits include Prince Charming in Into The Woods, QPAC American Music Club, IGA Lord Mayor’s Carols in the City, Queensland Tourism Awards, the Australian Premiere of Slammed, Miss Saigon, Carousel, The Producers, Hair, Guys and Dolls and Rent to name a few.

Geoffrey also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and is a qualified Chartered Accountant, so he can just as quickly sweep you off your feet with a soulful serenade as provide you with sound tax advice. Geoffrey would like to thank his family for their endless support and Ian White Management for their guidance through a weird and wonderful industry.