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Leon Lopez was born on 30 August, 1979 in Liverpool, United Kingdom, is an Actor, singer-songwriter, model, television presenter. Discover Leon Lopez's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?

Popular As Leon Lopez
Occupation Actor, singer-songwriter, model, television presenter
Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 30 August 1979
Birthday 30 August
Birthplace Liverpool, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Other short films include 'Almost Saw The Sunshine' starring Munroe Bergdorf, which premiered at Downtown Urban Arts Festival where it was nominated for Best Short Film award and was acquired by Dekkoo and Peccadillo Pictures and available on Amazon Prime streaming services. 'Ménage' Starring Adele Silva, Suzanne Collins and Craig Stein, which premiered at the Kino Film Festival in 2016. And the documentary 'Let's Talk About Gay Sex And Drugs' which was part of the official selection for the 2016 BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival.


Lopez's film directing credits include his debut feature film Soft Lad (2015 Film). A micro budget self funded feature starring Daniel Brocklebank, Jonny Labey, Suzanne Collins, Craig Stein and Laura Ainsworth. It was released by Peccadillo Pictures on 9 November 2015 after a string of various UK cinema screenings. In 2018 he directed a second feature film called 'Out Of Time' for Foot In The Door Films. To date he has also directed several short films including his award winning short 'The Definition of Lonely' Starring Nick Hayes and Lucas Rush, which premiered at the OutWest Film Festival in 2015 and is featured on the "Soft Lad (2015 Film)" DVD extras.


His production company Brown Boy Productions was set up in 2012, and is currently in development of a further 2 feature films and a TV series called 'Trade'

Lopez's television credits include appearances in episodes of Mersey Beat and Holby City for the BBC, The Court Room, Tut, The Bill, the lead role of Tanktop in Hollyoaks: In the City as well as starring for 4 years as Jerome Johnson in the Channel 4 hit soap opera Brookside. He has appeared in a number of short films, including Profanity[1] ( a Giant Leap Films[2] production) as well as appearing in the BBC's serial drama Doctors. In February 2012, Leon performed a cameo role in the independent British film The Quiet One set in Birmingham. In 2015 he starred alongside Sir Ben Kingsley in Spike TV's mini series Tut where he played the role of Sete. He also starred in hard hitting short film G O'Clock which premiered at BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival film festival in 2016. in 2016 he then went on to appear as a recurring character Linford Short in the UK soap opera EastEnders.


Lopez is going to star as Brit in the second national tour of Ben Elton and Queen's smash hit rock musical We Will Rock You. He starred WWRY at Bristol Hippodrome on 29 October 2011 and played an excellent Britney Spears.


In February 2010 Lopez appeared opposite Leslie Caron, Greta Scacchi and Lambert Wilson in Stephen Sondheim's musical A Little Night Music at The Chatelet Theatre in Paris, playing the role of Frid. His latest show, John Adams' Broadway-style show I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky at Theatre Royal Stratford East, London, opened in July 2010 and was a huge critical success, gaining several 4-star reviews in national papers such as The Independent and The Times.

Since signing his record deal, Leon has teamed up with Take That star Gary Barlow and producer Rod Gammons to co-write his debut album ‘Movin On’. His first single 'Love Got in the Way' was released in August 2007. His first studio album 'Moving On' was finally released 1 February 2010 after a long dispute with the record label.


May 2009 he took on the role of "Michael" in Jonathan Larson's Tick, Tick... BOOM! at The Duchess Theatre, in London's West End.. Autumn 2009 he was a part of the grand relaunch of Derby Playhouse Theatre, appearing in the rock musical "The Pro's, Con's And A Screw" alongside "Kidulthood" star Adam Deacon


On 13 August 2008, he appeared in a limited run of Piaf at the Donmar Warehouse opposite Elena Roger. He then went on to appear at The Royal Court Theatre, London in the role of "Deity" in Tarell Alvin McCraney's "Wig Out!" directed by Dominic Cooke which ran from November 2008 to January 2009.


Lopez has toured the UK as "The Childcatcher" in a run of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and appeared in numerous pantomimes. In Autumn 2007, he played the role of "Collins" in the West End revival of Rent (musical) - Rent (musical) remixed produced by William Baker.

In 2007 Lopez appeared in the second series of the Reality TV programme Soapstar Superstar where he caught the attention of the music industry after being the seventh person to be voted off the series and was immediately signed to "Celebrity Records". Leon has been a contestant on both Celebrity Fear Factor and Soapstar Superchef. He has also worked as a television presenter.


Leon also sung at the opening ceremony of the 2002 Commonwealth games held in Manchester, live to over 500 million viewers worldwide. Lopez has also performed his single on daytime television shows such as Loose Women and performed at numerous concerts.


Leon Lopez (born 30 August 1979, in Liverpool) is a British actor, director, singer-songwriter and occasional model, best known for playing the role of Jerome Johnson in the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside from 1998 to 2002. He also played the role of Linford Short in the BBC's EastEnders in 2016. His first feature film as a director, Soft Lad, premiered at the East End Film Festival in 2015.