Biography

Spencer K Gibbins

Spencer started his career as an A.S.M. In London - which eventually led to a career on stage and in films and t.v. - as an actor, comic, musician and technician.

Some might remember his winning run on the tv talent show 'New Faces'. (Yes !! The fore-runner to 'Britain’s got Talent')

He then went on to be  Presenter and Company Manager for the 'Sooty' stage show.

As well as appearing in many films and tv shows as an actor - Spencer also found time to be a cruise director for ships - as he says 'a great way to see the world - and get paid for doing it!

Stage Productions this year include 'THE MAGNIFICENT MUSIC HALL' and 'READY STEADY GO'

Over the past few years he has toured with ‘A Song At Twilight’, ‘Visiting Mr Greene’, ‘Round The Horne’, ‘Dry Rot’, ’Dinner Ladies’, ‘Birds Of A Feather’, ‘Rising Damp’ & ‘Heartbeat’

He has now gone 'Full Circle' !! He has been persuaded to bring his own Cabaret Shows again - very successfully too !! The new 60's Comedy Show is on the road again !!

U.K. Plays (touring)

CSM/Re - lights 'THE MAGNIFICENT MUSIC HALL' - Paper Moon Theatre Company.

CSM/Understudy 'HEARTBEAT' - David Graham Productions

Csm / Relights / ‘dinnerladies - 2nd Helpings’ Classic Comedy Prods.

Csm / Relights / Understudy ‘Dinner Ladies’

Csm / understudy / relights  ' a song at twilight'  ian fricker

Csm / understudy /relights  'around the horne' - bona productions

Csm / understudy/re-lights - 'visiting mr green' - ian fricker

Csm / understudy / re-lights - 'there's no place like a home' - chris moreno / Duncan Wheldon).

Csm / understudy - 'party piece' - bill kenwright / mark piper

Csm / dsm  - 'a special relationship' - york theatre royal / arts council

Csm / actor - sidmouth play festival - charles vance

Csm / actor - 'no sex - please - were british' - brian hewitt-jones

Csm / actor - 'run for your wife' - brian hewitt-jones

Csm / understudy - 'Double Double' - brian hewitt-jones

Csm / re-lights  ‘Dry Rot’

Csm / dsm ‘Soap Opera’ the play.

Csm / re-lights ‘Rising Damp’