Brandon Hell

Buckley, WA
Cell Phone: 206-914-3087
email
Website
Film/Video reel
Voiceover demo
Resume:Hell_Brandon.pdf
Images: 4 Images Online

  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 20 - 30
  • Vocal Range: Baritone D2-G4
  • Eyes: Blue/Green
  • Hair: Brown
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight:185

Website: http://www.brandonhell.com

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Brandon quickly fell in love with performing at a young age and has since made multiple local television appearences as well as starred in leading roles throughout the Puget Sound area. Some recent roles include Raoul/Joseph in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Beast in Beauty and the Beast at Tacoma Musical Playhouse. Brandon has also been a featured extra in film projects and hopes to do more on screen acting. He attended Pacific Lutheran University where he earned his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. While earning his degree, Brandon participated in the award-winning Choir of the West as well as the equally successful a cappella group PLUtonic. On stage, Brandon starred as the Baker in PLU's production of Into the Woods as well as Melisso in Handel's 18th century opera Alcina. After college, Brandon gained high praise for his role as Stewart in Tacoma Life Center's 2016 production of The Singing Christmas Tree: The Christmas Key.
Over the years, Brandon has had the privilege of working with various world-renowned musicians. Most notably, he has appeared onstage alongside opera star Angela Meade as part of the Evangelist quartet in Sven Sandström's St. Matthew Passion. Additionally, he has worked under the direction of Simon Carrington of The King's Singers as well as composer J.A.C. Redford (WALL-E, Skyfall, Oliver and Company).

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Professions/skills: Writer;Voice Talent;Vocal Coach;Video/Film Editor;Singer;Photographer;Musician;Model;Director;Composer;Actor


Member in:

2019 - 2018 - 2017
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