Tim Beveridge

  • Actor
  • Entertainer
  • Height: 5' 11"/180cm
  • Location: Auckland
  • Ethnicity: NZ European
All
Summary
Feature Film
Television
Musical
Theatre
Live Performance
Skills
Characteristics

Summary

Tim Beveridge’s career has progressed in leaps and bounds since he abandoned his life as a lawyer some years ago.

Starting in musical theatre, he was one of the youngest performers to play the Phantom in “The Phantom of the Opera” in Sydney at the early age of 29, then appeared on the world stage by winning a place in the final of the world’s most prestigious music theatre competition, the BBC Voice of Musical Theatre in the UK in both 2000 and 2002 – the only person ever to appear in two consecutive finals. His first recording, “Singer” with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra went gold within four weeks of release.

This marked the beginning of a 10 year collaboration with Russ Garcia (arranger to Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, et al) including a big band recording that culminated in the release of Tim’s second CD, “Come Rain, Come Shine” on the Sony/BMG label. The album, featuring Buddy Childer’s Big Band and conducted by Garcia, was recorded in Hollywood. Its endorsements included Burt Bacharach lyricist Hal David, among others.

Tim has sung in every major venue throughout New Zealand as well as the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Concert Hall with well-known New Zealand performers such as Sir Howard Morrison, Dame Malvina Major and Hayley Westenra. He has conceived, produced, directed and starred in his own festival productions over the past ten years.

Other career highlights include having performed seven national anthems for the All Blacks (for seven wins – although he claims no credit...) including the prestigious final Lions versus All Blacks test match in Auckland and more recently the 2008 final of the Bledisloe Cup. Tim was also featured in “The Anthem Singer”, a documentary on Sky Sport’s Rugby Focus programme.

Other principal roles in musical theatre include the Australasian premiere of Sunset Boulevard in Melbourne in the Australian/NZ tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. Throughout NZ, Tim’s performances also include principal roles in Les Miserables, Evita, Me and My Girl, Anything Goes and Carousel. Most recently he starred as The Pirate King throughout NZ with the hit production of The Pirates of Penzance.

His career as an independent concert producer has seen Tim produce concerts throughout New Zealand with his Neophonic Orchestra. Among those was “Fly me to the Moon” at Auckland’s Town Hall conducted by Russ Garcia himself and recorded as a live-in-concert album. Other concert highlights include a National tour of his show “VEGAS” and a special Valentine’s Day event with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, “In Love with Kiri”.

One of his most recent productions is “The Music is Bond...James Bond”– a celebration of 50 years of the music from the Bond films, which he recently produced and conducted with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

Feature Film

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2009
Production (Role) The Insatiable Moon (Speaker)
Production Company / Director The Insatiable Moon / Dir: Rosemary Riddell

Television

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2017
Production (Role) Dear Murderer (Bob Jones)
Production Company / Director Screentime New Zealand
Year
2006
Production (Role) Orange Roughies (Steve Moore)
Production Company / Director Screenworks / Dir: Chris Bailey | John Laing | Peter Sharp
Year
2000
Production (Role) Xena: Warrior Princess (Villager)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Garth Maxwell
Year
1993
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Keith Finch)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures

Musical

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2013
Production (Role) Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King)
Production Company / Director Ben McDonald Ltd. / Dir: Raymond Hawthorne
Year
1995
Production (Role) The Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Raoul -Understudy)
Production Company / Director Cameron MackIntosh Productions
Year
1994
Production (Role) Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter)
Production Company / Director Harry M Miller Productions / Dir: Richard Wherrett
Year
1994
Production (Role) Chess - The Musical (NZ Tour) (Performer)
Production Company / Director Stetson Productions / Dir: Peter Walker
Year
1990
Production (Role) Evita (Che)
Production Company / Director Rotorua Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting

Theatre

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1998
Production (Role) Rushes (Joe Lawson)
Production Company / Director Seven Door Productions
Year
1996
Production (Role) Sunset Boulevard (Artie Green - Understudy)
Production Company / Director The Really Useful Company
Year
1993
Production (Role) Cosi (Zac / Nick)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Campbell Thomas
Year
1993
Production (Role) Flatmates Wanted (Blair)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Richard Finn
Year
1993
Production (Role) Smoke on the Mountain (Pasto Oglethorpe)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Cliff Baker
Year
1993
Production (Role) What Do You Say, After You Say 'Hello'? (Performer)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre
Year
1992
Production (Role) Carousel (Billy Bigelow)
Production Company / Director Nelson Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting

Live Performance

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2012
Production (Role) The Music is Bond...James Bond (Singer)
Production Company / Director Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
Year
2009
Production (Role) In Love with Kiri - Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in Concert (Singer)
Production Company / Director Wellington Town Hall
Year
2009
Production (Role) Westpac Halberg Awards (Live Performer)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2008
Production (Role) Vegas: Tim Beveridge in Concert (Lead Singer)
Production Company / Director Aotea Centre
Year
2007
Production (Role) Come Fly With Me with Russ Garcia (Headliner)
Production Company / Director The Opera House - Wellington

Tim Beveridge’s career has progressed in leaps and bounds since he abandoned his life as a lawyer some years ago.

Starting in musical theatre, he was one of the youngest performers to play the Phantom in “The Phantom of the Opera” in Sydney at the early age of 29, then appeared on the world stage by winning a place in the final of the world’s most prestigious music theatre competition, the BBC Voice of Musical Theatre in the UK in both 2000 and 2002 – the only person ever to appear in two consecutive finals. His first recording, “Singer” with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra went gold within four weeks of release.

This marked the beginning of a 10 year collaboration with Russ Garcia (arranger to Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, et al) including a big band recording that culminated in the release of Tim’s second CD, “Come Rain, Come Shine” on the Sony/BMG label. The album, featuring Buddy Childer’s Big Band and conducted by Garcia, was recorded in Hollywood. Its endorsements included Burt Bacharach lyricist Hal David, among others.

Tim has sung in every major venue throughout New Zealand as well as the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Concert Hall with well-known New Zealand performers such as Sir Howard Morrison, Dame Malvina Major and Hayley Westenra. He has conceived, produced, directed and starred in his own festival productions over the past ten years.

Other career highlights include having performed seven national anthems for the All Blacks (for seven wins – although he claims no credit...) including the prestigious final Lions versus All Blacks test match in Auckland and more recently the 2008 final of the Bledisloe Cup. Tim was also featured in “The Anthem Singer”, a documentary on Sky Sport’s Rugby Focus programme.

Other principal roles in musical theatre include the Australasian premiere of Sunset Boulevard in Melbourne in the Australian/NZ tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. Throughout NZ, Tim’s performances also include principal roles in Les Miserables, Evita, Me and My Girl, Anything Goes and Carousel. Most recently he starred as The Pirate King throughout NZ with the hit production of The Pirates of Penzance.

His career as an independent concert producer has seen Tim produce concerts throughout New Zealand with his Neophonic Orchestra. Among those was “Fly me to the Moon” at Auckland’s Town Hall conducted by Russ Garcia himself and recorded as a live-in-concert album. Other concert highlights include a National tour of his show “VEGAS” and a special Valentine’s Day event with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, “In Love with Kiri”.

One of his most recent productions is “The Music is Bond...James Bond”– a celebration of 50 years of the music from the Bond films, which he recently produced and conducted with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2009
Production (Role) The Insatiable Moon (Speaker)
Production Company / Director The Insatiable Moon / Dir: Rosemary Riddell
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2017
Production (Role) Dear Murderer (Bob Jones)
Production Company / Director Screentime New Zealand
Year
2006
Production (Role) Orange Roughies (Steve Moore)
Production Company / Director Screenworks / Dir: Chris Bailey | John Laing | Peter Sharp
Year
2000
Production (Role) Xena: Warrior Princess (Villager)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Garth Maxwell
Year
1993
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Keith Finch)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2013
Production (Role) Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King)
Production Company / Director Ben McDonald Ltd. / Dir: Raymond Hawthorne
Year
1995
Production (Role) The Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Raoul -Understudy)
Production Company / Director Cameron MackIntosh Productions
Year
1994
Production (Role) Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter)
Production Company / Director Harry M Miller Productions / Dir: Richard Wherrett
Year
1994
Production (Role) Chess - The Musical (NZ Tour) (Performer)
Production Company / Director Stetson Productions / Dir: Peter Walker
Year
1990
Production (Role) Evita (Che)
Production Company / Director Rotorua Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1998
Production (Role) Rushes (Joe Lawson)
Production Company / Director Seven Door Productions
Year
1996
Production (Role) Sunset Boulevard (Artie Green - Understudy)
Production Company / Director The Really Useful Company
Year
1993
Production (Role) Cosi (Zac / Nick)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Campbell Thomas
Year
1993
Production (Role) Flatmates Wanted (Blair)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Richard Finn
Year
1993
Production (Role) Smoke on the Mountain (Pasto Oglethorpe)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Cliff Baker
Year
1993
Production (Role) What Do You Say, After You Say 'Hello'? (Performer)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre
Year
1992
Production (Role) Carousel (Billy Bigelow)
Production Company / Director Nelson Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2012
Production (Role) The Music is Bond...James Bond (Singer)
Production Company / Director Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
Year
2009
Production (Role) In Love with Kiri - Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in Concert (Singer)
Production Company / Director Wellington Town Hall
Year
2009
Production (Role) Westpac Halberg Awards (Live Performer)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2008
Production (Role) Vegas: Tim Beveridge in Concert (Lead Singer)
Production Company / Director Aotea Centre
Year
2007
Production (Role) Come Fly With Me with Russ Garcia (Headliner)
Production Company / Director The Opera House - Wellington
Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)

New Zealand*

Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)

Baritone*, Piano*

Height:
5' 11"/180cm
All
Summary
Feature Film
Television
Musical
Theatre
Live Performance
Skills
Characteristics

Summary

Tim Beveridge’s career has progressed in leaps and bounds since he abandoned his life as a lawyer some years ago.

Starting in musical theatre, he was one of the youngest performers to play the Phantom in “The Phantom of the Opera” in Sydney at the early age of 29, then appeared on the world stage by winning a place in the final of the world’s most prestigious music theatre competition, the BBC Voice of Musical Theatre in the UK in both 2000 and 2002 – the only person ever to appear in two consecutive finals. His first recording, “Singer” with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra went gold within four weeks of release.

This marked the beginning of a 10 year collaboration with Russ Garcia (arranger to Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, et al) including a big band recording that culminated in the release of Tim’s second CD, “Come Rain, Come Shine” on the Sony/BMG label. The album, featuring Buddy Childer’s Big Band and conducted by Garcia, was recorded in Hollywood. Its endorsements included Burt Bacharach lyricist Hal David, among others.

Tim has sung in every major venue throughout New Zealand as well as the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Concert Hall with well-known New Zealand performers such as Sir Howard Morrison, Dame Malvina Major and Hayley Westenra. He has conceived, produced, directed and starred in his own festival productions over the past ten years.

Other career highlights include having performed seven national anthems for the All Blacks (for seven wins – although he claims no credit...) including the prestigious final Lions versus All Blacks test match in Auckland and more recently the 2008 final of the Bledisloe Cup. Tim was also featured in “The Anthem Singer”, a documentary on Sky Sport’s Rugby Focus programme.

Other principal roles in musical theatre include the Australasian premiere of Sunset Boulevard in Melbourne in the Australian/NZ tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. Throughout NZ, Tim’s performances also include principal roles in Les Miserables, Evita, Me and My Girl, Anything Goes and Carousel. Most recently he starred as The Pirate King throughout NZ with the hit production of The Pirates of Penzance.

His career as an independent concert producer has seen Tim produce concerts throughout New Zealand with his Neophonic Orchestra. Among those was “Fly me to the Moon” at Auckland’s Town Hall conducted by Russ Garcia himself and recorded as a live-in-concert album. Other concert highlights include a National tour of his show “VEGAS” and a special Valentine’s Day event with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, “In Love with Kiri”.

One of his most recent productions is “The Music is Bond...James Bond”– a celebration of 50 years of the music from the Bond films, which he recently produced and conducted with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

Feature Film

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2009
Production (Role) The Insatiable Moon (Speaker)
Production Company / Director The Insatiable Moon / Dir: Rosemary Riddell

Television

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2017
Production (Role) Dear Murderer (Bob Jones)
Production Company / Director Screentime New Zealand
Year
2006
Production (Role) Orange Roughies (Steve Moore)
Production Company / Director Screenworks / Dir: Chris Bailey | John Laing | Peter Sharp
Year
2000
Production (Role) Xena: Warrior Princess (Villager)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Garth Maxwell
Year
1993
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Keith Finch)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures

Musical

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2013
Production (Role) Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King)
Production Company / Director Ben McDonald Ltd. / Dir: Raymond Hawthorne
Year
1995
Production (Role) The Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Raoul -Understudy)
Production Company / Director Cameron MackIntosh Productions
Year
1994
Production (Role) Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter)
Production Company / Director Harry M Miller Productions / Dir: Richard Wherrett
Year
1994
Production (Role) Chess - The Musical (NZ Tour) (Performer)
Production Company / Director Stetson Productions / Dir: Peter Walker
Year
1990
Production (Role) Evita (Che)
Production Company / Director Rotorua Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting

Theatre

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1998
Production (Role) Rushes (Joe Lawson)
Production Company / Director Seven Door Productions
Year
1996
Production (Role) Sunset Boulevard (Artie Green - Understudy)
Production Company / Director The Really Useful Company
Year
1993
Production (Role) Cosi (Zac / Nick)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Campbell Thomas
Year
1993
Production (Role) Flatmates Wanted (Blair)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Richard Finn
Year
1993
Production (Role) Smoke on the Mountain (Pasto Oglethorpe)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Cliff Baker
Year
1993
Production (Role) What Do You Say, After You Say 'Hello'? (Performer)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre
Year
1992
Production (Role) Carousel (Billy Bigelow)
Production Company / Director Nelson Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting

Live Performance

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2012
Production (Role) The Music is Bond...James Bond (Singer)
Production Company / Director Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
Year
2009
Production (Role) In Love with Kiri - Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in Concert (Singer)
Production Company / Director Wellington Town Hall
Year
2009
Production (Role) Westpac Halberg Awards (Live Performer)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2008
Production (Role) Vegas: Tim Beveridge in Concert (Lead Singer)
Production Company / Director Aotea Centre
Year
2007
Production (Role) Come Fly With Me with Russ Garcia (Headliner)
Production Company / Director The Opera House - Wellington

Tim Beveridge’s career has progressed in leaps and bounds since he abandoned his life as a lawyer some years ago.

Starting in musical theatre, he was one of the youngest performers to play the Phantom in “The Phantom of the Opera” in Sydney at the early age of 29, then appeared on the world stage by winning a place in the final of the world’s most prestigious music theatre competition, the BBC Voice of Musical Theatre in the UK in both 2000 and 2002 – the only person ever to appear in two consecutive finals. His first recording, “Singer” with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra went gold within four weeks of release.

This marked the beginning of a 10 year collaboration with Russ Garcia (arranger to Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, et al) including a big band recording that culminated in the release of Tim’s second CD, “Come Rain, Come Shine” on the Sony/BMG label. The album, featuring Buddy Childer’s Big Band and conducted by Garcia, was recorded in Hollywood. Its endorsements included Burt Bacharach lyricist Hal David, among others.

Tim has sung in every major venue throughout New Zealand as well as the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Concert Hall with well-known New Zealand performers such as Sir Howard Morrison, Dame Malvina Major and Hayley Westenra. He has conceived, produced, directed and starred in his own festival productions over the past ten years.

Other career highlights include having performed seven national anthems for the All Blacks (for seven wins – although he claims no credit...) including the prestigious final Lions versus All Blacks test match in Auckland and more recently the 2008 final of the Bledisloe Cup. Tim was also featured in “The Anthem Singer”, a documentary on Sky Sport’s Rugby Focus programme.

Other principal roles in musical theatre include the Australasian premiere of Sunset Boulevard in Melbourne in the Australian/NZ tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. Throughout NZ, Tim’s performances also include principal roles in Les Miserables, Evita, Me and My Girl, Anything Goes and Carousel. Most recently he starred as The Pirate King throughout NZ with the hit production of The Pirates of Penzance.

His career as an independent concert producer has seen Tim produce concerts throughout New Zealand with his Neophonic Orchestra. Among those was “Fly me to the Moon” at Auckland’s Town Hall conducted by Russ Garcia himself and recorded as a live-in-concert album. Other concert highlights include a National tour of his show “VEGAS” and a special Valentine’s Day event with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, “In Love with Kiri”.

One of his most recent productions is “The Music is Bond...James Bond”– a celebration of 50 years of the music from the Bond films, which he recently produced and conducted with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2009
Production (Role) The Insatiable Moon (Speaker)
Production Company / Director The Insatiable Moon / Dir: Rosemary Riddell
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2017
Production (Role) Dear Murderer (Bob Jones)
Production Company / Director Screentime New Zealand
Year
2006
Production (Role) Orange Roughies (Steve Moore)
Production Company / Director Screenworks / Dir: Chris Bailey | John Laing | Peter Sharp
Year
2000
Production (Role) Xena: Warrior Princess (Villager)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Garth Maxwell
Year
1993
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Keith Finch)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2013
Production (Role) Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King)
Production Company / Director Ben McDonald Ltd. / Dir: Raymond Hawthorne
Year
1995
Production (Role) The Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Raoul -Understudy)
Production Company / Director Cameron MackIntosh Productions
Year
1994
Production (Role) Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter)
Production Company / Director Harry M Miller Productions / Dir: Richard Wherrett
Year
1994
Production (Role) Chess - The Musical (NZ Tour) (Performer)
Production Company / Director Stetson Productions / Dir: Peter Walker
Year
1990
Production (Role) Evita (Che)
Production Company / Director Rotorua Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1998
Production (Role) Rushes (Joe Lawson)
Production Company / Director Seven Door Productions
Year
1996
Production (Role) Sunset Boulevard (Artie Green - Understudy)
Production Company / Director The Really Useful Company
Year
1993
Production (Role) Cosi (Zac / Nick)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Campbell Thomas
Year
1993
Production (Role) Flatmates Wanted (Blair)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Richard Finn
Year
1993
Production (Role) Smoke on the Mountain (Pasto Oglethorpe)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre / Dir: Cliff Baker
Year
1993
Production (Role) What Do You Say, After You Say 'Hello'? (Performer)
Production Company / Director Fortune Theatre
Year
1992
Production (Role) Carousel (Billy Bigelow)
Production Company / Director Nelson Operatic Society / Dir: Duncan Whiting
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2012
Production (Role) The Music is Bond...James Bond (Singer)
Production Company / Director Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
Year
2009
Production (Role) In Love with Kiri - Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in Concert (Singer)
Production Company / Director Wellington Town Hall
Year
2009
Production (Role) Westpac Halberg Awards (Live Performer)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2008
Production (Role) Vegas: Tim Beveridge in Concert (Lead Singer)
Production Company / Director Aotea Centre
Year
2007
Production (Role) Come Fly With Me with Russ Garcia (Headliner)
Production Company / Director The Opera House - Wellington
Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)

New Zealand*

Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)

Baritone*, Piano*

Height:
5' 11"/180cm