A staunch patron of the arts, Montgomery Farr O.B.E has been treading the boards for longer than he cares, or can remember.
A child prodigy. Monty’s boyish good looks and sharp wit have made him a favourite with directors from stage to screen, whilst his captivating performances, and rich baritone voice, have kept him firmly centre stage in the eyes of his adoring public.
Accolades are too numerous to mention. Most notably, however, Monty was awarded the prestigious Smash Hits award (1986) for best debut album “Puppet master - a tribute to Frank Sinatra” which sold over one million* copies world wide.
Selected credits include;
Let’s get miserable, (Old Vic), Peter Panned, (Empire) Noboat! (Sheffield theatres), My Bare Lady (Phoenix) Much Ado about nowt, (Yorkshire playhouse) Priscilla, Queen of the dessert (Apollo) The Lyon king, (Celestins) Guernsey boys (Princess royal centre), Ah Christmas, Carole (Curve) The Full Monty (UK tour)
Film & television:
Casualty (BBC) Holby city (BBC) Doctors (BBC) The Bill (ITV) Eldorado (ITV) Crossroads (Anglia)
“Puppet master - a tribute to Frank Sinatra” (Sony) “No strings attached” (Sony)
“Look ma, no hands!” (Warner music) “Overrated. My tribute to Bradley Walsh” (Pledge music).
Montgomery is proud to be affiliated with far far away theatre.
He would personally like to thank every single one of his fans and audience members from the past, present and future for their support.
*Estimated/suggested sales figure.