Nathan Kiley

Recently, Nathan played Milky Linda in JACK & THE BEANSTALK at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Previously, Nathan appeared in Punchdrunk's THE BURNT CITY.

Height: 5ft11in (180cm)

Playing Age: 26-40

Appearance: Mediterranean, White

Eye Colour: Blue-Grey

Hair Colour: Light/Mid Brown

Native Accent: Yorkshire

Represented by Colin Blumenau
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"A 5-star night like no other – don’t miss it... a true celebrity with a deep sense of who he is and where he’s come from".
G Scene Magazine, Topsie Redfern's Crystal Balls, UK Tour
"Every single member of the cast is brilliant, they were all very funny and I was in awe of their vocals. There was a stand out performance from Nathan Kiley as Splendorella, who made the perfect diva with an incredible voice".
Everything Theatre; Heels of Glory, Chelsea Theatre
"[Kiley] clasps the audience close to her bosom from her first entrance, working the room like the professional she is. Kiley sings up a storm throughout and her power ballad, You Can’t Change What I Am, just a little close in style and feel to a musical theatre classic with a similar name, shows off an amazing vocal range".
Live Theatre UK; Heels of Glory, Chelsea Theatre
"Of course all this would be great but when you add in the wonderful Topsie Redfern AKA Nathan Kiley as Splendorella then the show moves from great to fabulous. Topsie looks stunning from the moment she hits the stage and her performance really is first rate. She really brings the character of Splendorella to life and, in the song ‘You Can’t Change What I Am’ brings a wonderful vulnerability to Splendorella’s personality".
Live Theatre1; Heels of Glory, Chelsea Theatre
"Another fine performance is given by Nathan Kiley as Jonathan, leaving audience members scrambling for the tissues with his emotive performance of ‘I Once Knew.’ As with life, the show is a delicate balance of comedy and tragedy, and the actors play this range brilliantly".
Bored Free; Edges: A New Song Cycle, Union Theatre

"All of the cast excelled but a special mention must go to Nathan Kiley for his subtle and highly effective turn as Tony".
Fridaycities London; Tony Blair: The Musical, Gilded Balloon
"Nathan Kiley is electrifying as Blair".
Morning Star; Tony Blair: The Musical, Gilded Balloon
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