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Fergus Logan

Born in Glasgow, Fergus trained at the Royal Ballet School and Central School of Ballet. After graduating Fergus went to Northern Ballet Theatre one of the country's leading dance/drama companies. Throughout his time with NBT, Fergus danced all principal and soloist roles as well as many leading roles being created on him. On leaving NBT, Fergus ... See full bio »

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Known For

Great Performances
Great Performances Herod Boy / Master of Ceremonies / Tumblebrutus
(1998-2000)
Beyond the Sea
(2004)
Oklahoma!
Oklahoma! Corky
(1999)

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 2004 Beyond the Sea
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 1998-2000 Great Performances (TV Series)
Herod Boy / Master of Ceremonies / Tumblebrutus
- Jesus Christ Superstar (2000) ... Herod Boy
- Burn the Floor (1999) ... Master of Ceremonies
- Cats (1998) ... Tumblebrutus
 1999 Oklahoma! (TV Movie)
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Other Works:

Theatre: Many touring productions with the Northern Ballet Theater including Romeo and Juliet and Swan Lake. Cats (UK Tour)- playing Mr. Mistoffelees and he also acted as a dance captain. Cats (West End, 1997) - playing Mr. Mistoffelees/Quaxo, Tumblebrutus and Bill Bailey, Oklahoma (UK Tour), young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, the ... See more »
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Fergus is Head of Dance at Glasgow Academy of Music Theatre and Arts (www.gamta.org.uk)

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