Brent Hill is currently playing Dewey Finn in the new Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, School of Rock, having toured Melbourne, China, Brisbane, New Zealand, and now playing Sydney at The Capitol Theatre.
Training: WAAPA (Acting); BA Performing Arts (Curtin University); Philippe Gaulier – Paris.
Theatre includes: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Chimerica (Sydney Theatre Company), An Ideal Husband, Vivid White, The Speechmaker (Melbourne Theatre Company), Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play (Belvoir Street Theatre), simultaneously Seymour/Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors (Luckiest Productions & Tinderbox Productions), Once – Seoul tour (Once UK), Once, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Gordon Frost Organisation), Jerry’s Girls, Pirates of Penzance, Leo Bloom in The Producers (The Production Company), Dreamsong (MICF), A Number (Perth Theatre Company), Twelfth Night (Bell Shakespeare Company), Julius Caesar (Cry Havoc), Rock of Ages (Rock of Ages Australia), The Distance From Here (Griffin Theatre), as Composer for Risky Lunar Love (504 Productions) and the workshop of The Happy Ending. Brent looks forward to writing new musical works in 2020.
Television includes: Donnatelegrams (ABC), Laid (ABC), It’s a Date (ABC).
Film includes: Your Call is Important to Us.
Awards includes: 2019 Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Musical (School of Rock); 2019 Green Room Award for Best Male Actor in a Musical (School of Rock); 2016 Sydney Theatre Award Winner: Judith Johnson Award for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Musical ‘Little Shop of Horrors’; 2011 Green Room Award Winner: Male Artist Leading Role ‘Rock of Ages’; 2009 National Theatresports Champion; 2010 Cranston Cup Theatresports Champion; 2005 Actors Equity Guild Award for Best Newcomer.