British-Nigerian actor Sam Oladeinde recently completed a Masters (with distinction) at the Royal Academy of Music, fully-funded by an inaugural scholarship from Disney Theatrical Productions. He previously read Law at the University of Cambridge, and subsequently qualified as a solicitor after training for two years in a premier international law firm.
Sam is currently appearing as Motumbo/Guard in The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London. He recently played the role of Lord Pinkleton in the UK premiere of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (in concert) at Cadogan Hall and will soon begin rehearsals with the original West End cast of The Prince of Egypt, which has its world premier at the Dominion Theatre, London in February 2020. Sam was a swing and principal standby in the original West End cast of Hamilton, understudying Burr, Lafayette/Jefferson and Mulligan/Madison.
Sam is involved in a diverse range of plays, films, workshops, musicals, concerts and projects around the UK and abroad. Please click here to see Sam’s full CV / Spotlight profile.
Sam is represented by Shepherd Management