Michael Colbourne, who is currently playing the role of Enjolras in the West End's production of Les Misérables, speaks about landing his dream role, playing this iconic and important role, and his most embarrassing moment on stage in this new interview.
What is your weakness/something you would like to improve on, personally and professionally?
Was there a moment on stage where you just knew "This is what I want to do for as long as I can?"
You graduated this year from the Guildford School of Acting, Congratulations! What advice would you give to graduating drama students?
If you could switch roles with anyone in the Les Mis cast for one performance, who would it be and why?
Enjolras is a vital character in Les Mis, he stands for passion and dedication to his friends and country. Do you relate to him? What attracted you to this role
What is your guilty pleasure (reality tv, junk food, etc.)?
What is your favorite London spot?
Tell us about your first car, first job as a teenager and first acting job.
What is one role that you want to play, regardless of gender?
How did you discover you had a talent for singing and acting?
What was your most embarrassing moment onstage?
What is your dream role?
What is your favorite book, TV show, movie?
What are you most passionate about in your own life?