George Sampson
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George found his passion for performing on the streets of Manchester, Market Street, at the age of 12, where he would busk three times a week and where he was spotted as an exceptional talent and encouraged to audition for “Britain’s Got Talent.” At the age of 14, he rose to fame after winning the popular ITV talent show with his interpretation of “Singin’ in the Rain.” Following the success of the show, he went on to star in the West End in “Into the Hoods” and two national arena tours. George also starred as Eddie in the feature films “StreetDance 3D” and “StreetDance 2,” where he found his love for acting. He then went on to shoot three series of the BBC drama “Waterloo Road,” playing bad boy Kyle Stack, in which one series won a National Television Award for Best Drama. Having found a desire for screen work, George began working on “Mount Pleasant,” playing the role of Gary, and also appeared on “Emmerdale,” as troublemaker Ryan. In 2016, he starred on “Britain’s Got Talent’s” 10-year anniversary show and performed alongside Diversity. George played the main character Daniel in the short film “Daniel Thomas,” produced by East Heads Films in 2017. Throughout his career, George has featured on television, film, and numerous pantomimes and Easter theatre tours. After making his musical theatre debut in “Our House,” which combined his love for both acting and performing arts. He had such a successful run with his first Qdos Entertainment pantomime at Lyceum Theatre, Crewe, in 2018; he returned the following year for Qdos Entertainment to the Hippodrome, Darlington, to play Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk. In 2019, George appeared on “Britain’s Got Talent: the Champions.”

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