Theatre credits: Thenardier/Swing cover/Grantaire/Bishop of Digne ‘Les Misérables’ at the Queen’s Theatre, Emcee in ‘Cabaret’, Archibald Craven in ‘The Secret Garden’, Doc in ‘West Side Story’ and Daniel Ovington in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’. During his time at Arts Ed, Spike created and played the role of Gregory Reed in the world premiere of the musical ‘Club Tropicana’. Other theatre credits include ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ (National Tour) in which he played the role of Gad and cover Butler. Spike then moved in to the West End with ‘Joseph’ where he played the roles of the Frenchman and Zebulin.
Television credits: Other work includes Pestotute commercial with Jamie Oliver, The passions of Girls Aloud (ITV), H-Side story (C4), and television commercials for Burger King, Vodafone and Dream Beds. In 2012 Spike appeared in the long awaited film adaptation of Les Miserables appearing alongside Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe.
Spike has also appeared in several major events for a variety of production houses and corporate companies such as Horse of the Year Show (London), The Queen’s Golden Jubilee (BBC), West End Celebrations (Palace Theatre) and The Harry Potter book launch (Royal Albert Hall).
Recordings: Les Misérables 21st anniversary concert (Radio 2) and the 25th Anniversary performance at the O2 Arena in 2010.
Most recently Spike filmed a commercial with Chris Moyles for XFM.
Teaching and Creative Work: Lecturer in Musical Theatre for Colchester Institute.
Guest Mentor for Performance Preparation Academy, Guildford, Freelance Choreographer for various projects in and around London, Associate Agent for K-Talent Artists London.