Roy Leake, Jr.

Roy Leake JrRoy has played husbands, farmers, Dickensian pickpockets, bartenders, noblemen, ballet composers, Bard-spouting gangsters, disciples, Victorian women, carnival barkers, Pilgrims, Cookies, embittered puppeteers, Jewish dairymen, piano players, disembodied voices, cockneys, mad doctors, fast-talking salesmen, Russian Impresarios, comic strip dogs, hotel desk clerks, British AND Japanese Lords, gay alcoholics and several exceedingly mediocre nightclub performers. Working with directors as diverse as George Abbott and The Coen Brothers, performers as varied as Rosemary Harris and Roger Daltrey (in one show!), and in venues ranging from The Hollywood Bowl to shopping malls to The Grand Ol’ Opry to State Fairs to Walt Disney Concert Hall, Roy has performed in 48 states, 5 countries and on 4 networks and has received numerous Dramalogue, LA Weekly and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle awards for performing, writing and musical direction.

MTG Productions

70, Girls, 70 (Walter)
Irma La Douce (M. Bougne, a Ballroom Owner)
Finian’s Rainbow (Buzz Collins)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood (William Cartright / Chairman / Mayor Sapsea)
A Connecticut Yankee (Ensemble)
Merrily We Roll Along (Terry/Mr. Spencer/Ensemble)
The Roar of the Greasepaint (Sir)
A Man of No Importance (Ernie)
Sail Away (Mr. Candijack, Steward, Vendor)