The Men

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THE OLD BOYS’ LIST

This is an international contact list of former and current performers of all ages. We welcome all nationalities.

If you would like to be included here:
details for inclusion are at the foot of this page.

THE MEN

Adrian Le Peltier

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, Asia & USA include:

Many London West End credits: 1960s-1970s in productions at:

Pigalle
Talk of the Town
Latin Quarter
Also appeared:
Le Lido, Paris
Palace Hotel
Hong Kong
El Deluvio Qui Viene
Madrid
Hello Hollywood Hello
Reno
Nevada Festival Ballet
Reno
Many appearances on British TV
(including being one of the few male dancers to appear with Pan’s People)

Films include:
Slipper and the Rose
The Divine Sarah
Oliver

Alex Poor

Australian

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, Asia & Oceania include:

in London’s West End:
“Catch My Soul”
“No, No, Nanette”
The Talk of the Town
The Latin Quarter

London Palladium pantomimes include:
Robinson Crusoe
Cinderella
Babes in the Wood
Jack and the Beanstalk

“Dames at Sea”
in Copenhagen

Films: “Oliver!”

TV includes:
Rock Follies
Englebert Humperdinck
Charlie Drake
Top of the Pops
Cilla Black series

In Hong Kong with
Holiday in Paris
Hong Kong Ballet
The Modern Dance Theatre of Hong Kong

Directed “A Chorus Line” in Australia in 1997(played Zack)
And danced with Perth City Ballet.

Arthur Bodie

Bahamien

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & the USA include:

1979 – 1982
“Hello, Hollywood, Hello!”
in Reno, Nevada.

(view this artist’s website on Artistes Page)

Bob Murphy

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in the USA & Africa include:

Jubilee, Las Vegas
Voila, Sun City, South Africa
Stars, Sun City, South Africa
Hello Hollywood Hello in Reno
Appeared also with Suzanne Somers & Charro

Bob Turk

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

as dancer:
Hollywood television productions,
Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Company

as choreographer & producer:
Ice Capades
Le Lido, Paris

David Alder

English

Theatre, film, television & radio appearances in Great Britain include:
as an actor (he has danced in a number of the parts he has played): many London West End musicals include:

Me And My Girl
(original cast)
Blondel
Old Vic, 1983
Les Miserables, 1987
Honk!
Royal National Theatre, 1993
She Loves Me
Savoy Theatre, 1994

This artist has had a separate career as an actor. His main acting credits are not listed here.

David Moore

French / South African

Theatre, film & television appearances in Africa, Europe & the Far East include:

Pact Ballet
Lido de Paris
Scala, Barcelona
Sun City

At present producing and directing revue shows in Japan, Spain & France

Eric Brandt Nielsen

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in USA & Asia include:

Hello Hollywood Hello
Reno
Dayton Ballet, Ohio
Mercer Ballet,
New Jersey
Ballet Concertante,
New Jersey
Dance Alive!
Florida

Awarded: 2003 Dance Educator of the Year, Georgia
Faculty guest artist:
Sytkyvakar, Russia
Yangzhou, China

Gerry Atkins

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & America include:
“Cancan” 1955/56
Folies Bergere
London 1958
Paris 1960/61
New York 1964
“Moulin Rouge”
Paris 1970/71
Gerry Atkins Show
Suivez Les Girls
1972-1992

Guy-Paul Ruolt de St. Germain

French

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe include:

Ballet de l’Opera de Marseille
Ballet National de Marseille (Roland Petit)
Jeune Ballet de France 1
Ballet Clasico de Zaragoza (Spain)
London City Ballet

Fantastico (RAI TV Italy)
“3 Places pour le 26” (Jacques Demy film with Yves Montand)

“Cats”
in Paris, London & Amsterdam

Best known roles:
Mr. Mistoffelees (Cats)
Blue Bird (Sleeping Beauty)
Jester/Pas de trois (Swan Lake)
Dancing Master (Cinderella)
Brazillian (Gaite Parisienne)
Pas de deux (Flower Festival in Genzano)
Le Petit Pan

Hal Davis

English

Theatre, film & television appearances in Great Britain include:
London West End:

Charlie Girl
Adelphi Theatre, 1965
Aladdin
London Palladium, 1964

Ivor Jones

South African

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & Africa include:

Le Lido de Paris
Paris, 1970s-80s

Directed past and present productions at Sun City, South Africa

Jack Moore

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in USA include:

Chicago Opera Ballet
L.A. Civic Light Opera Company
Broadway includes:
‘Wonderful Town’
Las Vegas includes:
Jayne Mansfield’s ‘House of Love’
at The Dunes
‘Playgirls’
at The Desert Inn
Judy Garland USA tour

TV: Jackie Gleason Show
Spectaculars with Victor Borge; Tony Charmoli; Judy Garland
TV Ballet with Jacques D’Amboise
Choreographed episodes of
‘The Roaring 20s’
‘Surfside Six’

Films:
The Music Man
Bye, Bye, Birdie
Viva Las Vegas
Inside Daisy Clover
Hootenanny Hoot
My Fair Lady

James Sodemann

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

Le Lido
Paris, 1970s
Hello Dolly
Theater des Westens, Berlin, 1973
A Marvelous Party
Savoy Tivoli
San Francisco

Janos Korda

Hungarian

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, Asia & USA include:

Szegedi Nemzeti Szinhaz
(National Theater of Szeged)1957
Magyar Jegrevu
Budapest 1959/60
Kamara Variete
Budapest 1963
Petofi Szinhaz
Budapest 1964/5
Fovarosi Operett Szinhaz
Budapest Tancpalota
(Moulin Rouge)1965/7
Irodalmi Szinpad
Beke Szallo
Astoria
Pilwax
Margitszigeti Vorosmarthy Szinpad
Magyar Televizio – Budapest
Friedrichstadt Palast
Berlin 1967/8
Deutsche Oper
Berlin 1968/70
Lido – Paris 1970/77
Moulin Rouge de Paris
Tokyo 1977
Hello Hollywood, Hello
MGM Grand Theater
Reno, Nevada 1978/82

Jeffrey Scott Adair

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

Hallelujah Hollywood
MGM Las Vegas, 1978
Lido de Paris
Las Vegas, 1979-85
Beach Blanket Babylon
Sands, Las Vegas, 1988
and California
(danced & modelled in Europe, based in Munich, 1980s)

Recently appeared in:
The 3 Musketeers
(USA premiere)
San Francisco;
Ragtime
San Francisco

This artist now has a career as a singer.

Jeremy Allen

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe,Asia & USA include:

debut: Ballet Rambert, 1969
Gulbenkian Ballet
Scottish Ballet
National Ballet of Iran
Nureyev and Friends
Bat-Dor
Scapino Ballet
The Israel Ballet

Joe Tremaine

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in USA include:

TV includes:
Jackie Gleason Show
June Taylor Dancers
Jerry Lewis NBC series
Carol Burnett

Film includes:
Hello Dolly, etc

Cabaret includes:
Debbie Reynolds
Choreographer for movies, TV, nightclubs, etc

Numerous national awards.
Adult Professional Dance Center in Hollywood for 27 years (students included: Paula Abdul; Jeff Goldblum; Helen Hunt; Goldie Hawn; Jamie Lee Curtis, et al).

Joseph Savino

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:
(as former partner of: Rosella Hightower; Marjorie Tallchief; Dame Sonia Arova; Christine Hennessy, among others)

Slavenska Franklin Ballet
1953
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo
1954-56
American Festival Ballet
1956-59
Grand Ballet Classique de France
International Ballet of Paris

Ken Ludden

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

Maryland Ballet
Virginia Ballet
Arlington Dance Theater
Syracuse Ballet Theater
Stadttheater Luzern
Washington Opera
Appalachian Ballet Theater

Productions danced in include: Sleeping Beauty (Blue Bird); Romeo & Juliet (Romeo, Kennedy Center); Giselle; Nutcracker; Elegy, and others

Shows: Wienerblut; Duchess of Malfi; The Gondoliers; War & Peace; Postcard from Morocco

Film/TV:
Backstage at the Ballet
Zoo Story
QTV-Gay Games
Beginning to Beyond

Kevin Richmond

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe include:

English National Ballet

Currently: Ballet Master with the Basel Ballet, Switzerland

This artist has had a separate career as an actor. His acting credits are not listed here.
Kevin Richmond may be contacted from his website; there is a direct link to it on the Artistes page.

Kilian O’Callaghan

Irish

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, USA, Asia & Oceania include:

Scottish Ballet 1982-86
West Australian Ballet 1986-87
Royal New Zealand Ballet 1988-94

(well known for following roles:
James in
La Sylphide
Albrecht in
Giselle
Hamlet in
Hamlet
Tybalt in
Romeo & Juliet)

Choreographed for all above companies & NZ School of Dance & Wakatu Dance Theatre
Appeared since retirement with
Ballet Ireland 2001

Leon Draper

New Zealander

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & Oceania include:

Ballet Rambert, 1960s
Tanzkompanie Staatstheater Oldenburg,
Royal New Zealand Ballet

Michael Baker

New Zealander

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, Oceania & USA include:

Classical ballet companies in:
New Zealand;
South Africa;
Germany & USA;
During the classical part of his career he partnered Margot Fonteyn in the 1970s.

‘Stardust’ Las Vegas;
‘Jubilee’ at MGM, Las Vegas

Michael Ingleton

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe include:

The Royal Ballet,
in London;
Le Lido,
in Paris

Michael Reardon

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe, South America & Asia include:

Films:
Oliver
Scrooge
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Alice in Wonderland
Henry VIII

London Theatre:
Hello Dolly
Two Cities

Berlin Theatre:
Barnum
My Fair Lady
Oliver
Man of La Mancha
Cats (also in Vienna & Moscow)

Also:
Disney on Parade (Europe & South America)
Peter Pan (Australia)
Mack and Mabel (Germany)

Choreographed Victor/Victoria in Germany

Neil Reynolds

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Great Britain include:

Currently appearing in
Billy Elliot
in the West End.

Many London West End credits including:
Me & My Girl
Cats
Time
Winnie
Miss Saigon
Superstar
Hello Dolly
Starlight Express
Peggy Sue Got Married

Paul A. McConnell Jr

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in USA include:

Films:
Movie, Movie
American Graffiti
The Sterile Cuckoo

TV includes:
America on Parade
Dean Martin Christmas Special
Herb Albert Special

Theatre:
Gypsy
A Chorus Line
42nd Street
Wizard of Oz
The Music Man
West Side Story
Oliver
No, No, Nanette
South Pacific and others

In Las Vegas:
Ann-Margret Show
Nancy Sinatra Show

Randy Doney

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in USA include:

On Broadway:
Camelot
Kean
Anya

Many TV shows & specials include:
Carol Burnet Show
Garry Moore
The Oscars
The Emmys
Sammy Davis
George Burns
Bob Hope
Pearl Bailey
NBC Follies
Fraiser
Alice

Cabaret with
Mitzi Gaynor
Bernadette Peters
Suzanne Somers
Teresa Brewer

Films:
The Producers
Mame
Pennies From Heaven

Has produced, directed and choreographed for among others:
Palm Springs Follies
Barry Manilow

Assistant to:
Michael Kidd
Alun Johnson
Peter Genaro and others.

Robert Arditti

British

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & Asia include:

In London:
Played Baby John in the original West End production of
“West Side Story”

West End credits also include:
Lady Be Good
Mardi Gras

Numerous European TV appearances include:
Lead dancer in “Snip & Snap” on Dutch TV

Films include:
Victor/Victoria
Chitty, Chitty, Bang Bang!
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
The Slipper and the Rose
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

In recent years has directed & choreographed
West Side Story
Illya Darling
in London & Tokyo and numerous other musicals.

Russell Martin

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:
In Las Vegas:
Hallelujah Hollywood, 1979
Jubilee, 1980-83
Lido de Paris, 1986-90
Choreographer for:
Viva Las Vegas
Alice Underground

In Los Angeles:
Steve Merrit’s ‘Dream Street’

Hollywood TV & Video includes:
Material Girl
Face of the 80’s
Miss Hollywood, et al.

Numerous Spanish TV appearances.

Rodford Barrat

English

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

London West End:
‘Startime’, 1964
‘Aladdin’, 1965
‘Hello Dolly’
Berlin 1973;
‘Le Lido’
Paris 1973/4/9;
‘Hallelujah Hollywood’
Las Vegas, 1975/6/7;

Television work as dancer includes:
British, Irish,
French & German TV Programmes:
1960s – 80s

Films include:
Goodbye Mr. Chips
Fiddler on the Roof
Heaven’s Gate

This artist has had a separate career as an actor and author. His acting credits in film, TV & theatre are not listed here. A brief biography is listed on the Author Page of this website.

Sterling Clark

American

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe & USA include:

15 Broadway shows

Also as Vest & Clark
(act with Buddy Vest)
Won “Best Lounge Act”
Las Vegas, 1970
They were the first Americans to “Star” at the Lido in Paris, 1972/73
Over 7 years they opened for Juliet Prowse, Joan Rivers and others.

Sterling’s films include:
Finian’s Rainbow
Hello Dolly
Funny Girl
Pennies from Heaven
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, etc

TV includes:
Ed Sullivan; Bell Telephone Hour; Hallmark Hall of Fame; Jerry Lewis; Cher; Della Reese; Joey Bishop; Johnny Carson and many other “Specials”.

Torbjorn Olsson

Theatre, film & television appearances in Europe include:

Le Lido,
in Paris