|Genres Musical Theatre|
Name Stephen Mahy
|Years active 2006–present|
Occupation(s) Singer, actor
|Similar People Lucy Maunder, Bert Newton, Todd McKenney|
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Stephen Mahy is an Australian born tenor from Sydney, NSW best known for originating the role of Bob Gaudio in the Australian production of Jersey Boys. After graduating from Waapa in 2006, Stephen toured the country in Miss Saigon, covering the lead role Chris and playing the role to every audience in the country. Mahy toured nationally in Grease playing the role of Kenickie alongside notable cast members Rob Mills, Gretel Scarlett, Anthony Callea, Lucy Maunder, Todd McKenney and Bert Newton as Vince Fontaine. In 2015 Stephen joined the cast of The Rocky horror Show, playing the role Brad Majors along side Craig McLachlan, Amy Lehpamer, Jade Westaby, Bert Newton, Richard O'Brien, just to name a few.He featured in "Stephen Schwartz in Conversation"at Sydney’s Theatre Royal where he performed on stage for the noted composer.
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Mahy graduated from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor in Music Theatre in 2006
He counts Australian theatre performers Anthony Warlow and Hugh Jackman as influences and hopes to release an album in a similar vein to Warlow's Best of Act 1.
Mahy's first appearance on television was at 16 in Rampant, your 100% skateboarding program.
While at WAAPA, Mahy appeared in numerous productions, including Bobbin Up, Crazy For You and Elegies.
He performed a one-man show called Stephen Mahy Sings at Slide in Sydney on 16 March 2012
He sang Pretty Lady with Michael Falzon and Shaun Rennie as well as Marry Me a Little and Barcelona with Helen Dallimore at the gala performance of Side By Side By Sondheim for Enda Markey Presents. The trio of Falzon, Rennie, and Mahy reprised Pretty Lady for Light The Night 2012, an annual charity concert raising funds for bone marrow research in honour of Rennie's brother Matthew.
Mahy performed at the Seniors Week On Broadway concert in 2012 with Ian Stenlake (Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls), Lucy Durack (Wicked, 42nd Street), Kate Maree Hoolihan (Little Women, We Will Rock You) and Debra Byrne.
In March 2013 Mahy performed at Pants Off! a benefit concert supporting the charity Beyond Blue. He sang Let It Be by the Beatles.