Phillip Arran

Monsignor O'Hara

American Theatre credits include: Stage Manager in Fringe Deaths (St. Luke’s Theatre NYC); Samuel Soltzfus in Crossing Over (Cell Theatre, NYC); Wiesel in Newsies! (Phoenix Theatre); Sam in Mamma Mia! (Phoenix Theatre); Mr Braithwaite in Billy Elliot (Mesa Theatre); John in In The Garden (Phoenix Theatre); Mother Superior in Nunsense! (DF Theatre); Bernadette in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (NHCC Albuquerque); JC in Swing! (Norwegian Creative Studios) and Hertz Kleinman in Rock of Ages (Norwegian Creative Studios).

UK Theatre credits include: Ensemble/cover Bernadette in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace Theatre, London); Jacob/Swing in Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (New London Theatre, London); Ensemble in The Fleet’s In! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Ensemble in The Styne Way (London Palladium); Company Manager and u/s in Hot Flush the Musical (UK Tour); Harry / Baptista in Kiss Me Kate (The Gatehouse, London); Chantal in La Cage Aux Folles (UK Tour); The Cat in Honk! (Landor Theatre, London); Eddie in Cappuccino Girls (EP Theatre, Swansea); Rooster in Annie (Perth Theatre, Scotland); Cord Elam in Oklahoma! (Perth Theatre, Scotland); Henry Roberts in Amazing Grace (Wales Tour) and Eddie the Spiv in Swansea Women (Grand Theatre, Swansea).

TV credits include: Sheriff’s Deputy in Deadly Dentists (Discovery); Doctor in What’s an Opioid (COX TV); Presenter of Karaoke Queen (ITV Wales) and Therapist in The Salon (Channel 4).

Film credits include: Mal in The Sweetheart Deal (Feature Film); Barman in Black Souls (Short Film); Dr Kinsey in I Love You (Short Film); Father in Home (Short Film); Barry in Change? (Short Film); Trevor in DVision (Short Film) and Dad in The Caretaker’s Daughter (Music Video).

Phillip has also appeared in numerous pantomimes throughout the UK and the Isle of Man and has performed in resident summer seasons in Torquay and Blackpool. His summer season in Blackpool was at the famous Funny Girls, where he created his alter-ego, CC Swan. As CC Swan, Phillip has performed globally in cabaret clubs, theatres, cruise ships, casinos, and holiday resorts.