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Zoehart
Zoe Hart
Biographical Information
Born 1975
Productions The Sound of Music as Gretl Von Trapp
Les Misérables as Young Cosette (original London cast)
Aspects of Love as Young Jenny
Singin' in the Rain as Kathy
Recordings Les Misérables (Original London Cast)
Vocal Type Soprano

Zoe Hart is an English actress.

BiographyEdit

Born in 1975, an actress from a young age, Hart made her stage debut aged five and television debut a year later in Minipops!

A keen dancer, Hart originated several roles on the West End, and later became a Pilates instructor. In 2010, she appeared at the Anniversary Concert for Les Misérables, along with much of the original cast.

SingingEdit

Hart made her stage debut as Gretl Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, and five years later was one of three actresses to originate the role of Young Cosette in Les Misérables.

Some time later, Hart originated another role, that of Young Jenny in Aspects of Love. She also played Kathy in the 2000 revival of Singin' in the Rain.

StageEdit

The Sound of Music (1980)Edit

  • Do-Re-Mi
  • The Lonely Goatherd
  • The Lonely Goatherd (reprise) (solo)
  • The Sound of Music (reprise)
  • So Long, Farewell (contains solo lines)
  • My Favourite Things (second reprise)
  • Do-Re-Mi (reprise)
  • So Long, Farewell (reprise)

Les Misérables (1985)(originated the role)Edit

  • Castle on a Cloud (duet)
  • The Well Scene (duet)

Aspects of Love (1989)(originated the role)Edit

Singin' in the Rain (2000)Edit

  • I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin' (solo)
  • You Are My Lucky Star (solo)
  • Good Mornin' (contains solo lines)
  • Would You? (solo)
  • Would You? (Reprise) (solo)
  • You Are My Lucky Star (reprise)(contains solo lines)
  • Singin' in the Rain (reprise)

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