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Nicolastapleton
Nicola Stapleton
Biographical Information
Born August 9th, 1974
London, England
Productions Hansel and Gretel as Gretel
Snow White as Young Snow White
Courage Mountain as Ilsa
Peter Pan - The British Musical as Peter Pan
Recordings Snow White (film soundtrack)
Peter Pan - The British Musical (original cast recording)
Vocal Type Soprano

Nicola Stapleton is an English actress.

BiographyEdit

Born in Elephant and Castle, London, Stapleton studied at the Corona and Sylvia Young Theatre Schools, and made her film as an extra in Octopussy. As a child actress she appeared in a number of films including Snow White, before being cast in the television soap EastEnders as Mandy Salter.

Stapleton made a number of television appearances after this, with recurring roles in The Bill, Emmerdale and prison drama Bad Girls. She also appeared on stage in a number of shows at the Royal Court Theatre.

SingingEdit

Stapleton had several singing roles in her earlier years, most notably in the fairy tale films Hansel and Gretel and Snow White, both released in 1987, but she also sang "Daisy Bell" in Courage Mountain.

Later, Stapleton appeared in the title role in Peter Pan - The British Musical.

FilmEdit

Hansel and Gretel (1987)Edit

  • Punch and Judy's Dance
  • Punch and Judy's Dance (reprise)
  • The Fairy Song (solo)
  • The Witch is Dead

Snow White (1987)Edit

  • Daddy's Knee (duet)
  • Bed Song (solo)
  • Iddy, Biddy Names (solo)

Courage Mountain (1990)Edit

  • Daisy Bell (solo)

StageEdit

Peter Pan - The British Musical (1994)Edit

  • What Happens When You're Grown Up (duet)
  • Come Away (duet)
  • Wendy's Song
  • Why? (duet)
  • You Gotta Believe (contains solo lines)
  • We're Going Home (contains solo lines)
  • Don't Say Goodbye (duet)

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