Gary is originally from Gravesend Kent where he started his theatre training locally at the local Theatre Guild and Woodville Performing Arts College, performing in numerous local productions. Gary has worked over the years as a professional actor, singer and dancer in both West End and touring Productions. Professional Theatre Credits include: Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria Theatre) playing the lead roles of Rusty & Electra for The Really Useful Company directed by Trevor Nunn; Five Guys Named Mo (Lyric Theatre) playing Nomax, Four eyed Mo & Little Mo for Cameron Mackintosh directed by Charles Augins; The Lion King (Germany) Ensemble for Walt Disney Directed by Julie Taymor; Nearly Midnight as a singer for Shazwea Powell, Donmar Warehouse directed by Tom Jobe; King as a singer for Martin Smith directed by Tom Jobe; Paris Prince of Troy playing Meneleaus for David Spicer Productions directed by Katrina Cole: Royal Gala Performance (Dominion Theatre) as a singer; The Grant Choir (London Palladium) as a singer; A Christmas Carol (West Sussex & Kent), Actor and Story Teller; Wot the Dickens & 1914 Respect (Gravesend Old Town Hall) Actor for Wall Tall Rep directed by Robbie Humphrey ; The Mayors Gala Performance (Woodville Theatre) solo vocalist; Gala Performance (Brighton Pavilion) solo vocalist. Backing Vocalist Credits include:Diana Ross, Robson and Jerome & Cliff RichardTelevision:The Shane Richie ExperienceTeaching & Coaching Credits:
Assistant Drama Teacher at the Globe Theatre
Drama Teacher and Vocal Coach at The Robyn Academy
Lion King West End Workshops, Coach.
Youth Coach writing and producing a piece ‘There’s a Lion in Me for a gala during Black History Month
Writing Credits: The Importance of Being Aldridge, a one-
Song writer. Written and performed ‘Born to be a soldier’
Gary Cordice Artistic Director and Writer.