In a career spanning four decades Brian has appeared in award winning West End musicals and TV sitcoms, presented his own chat show, recorded four albums and completed numerous sell out tours of the UK as well as appearing a record eight times on The Royal Variety Performance.
Leading roles in: Me And My Girl (Adelphi Theatre); Jolson (Victoria Palace Theatre); Elton John’s Glasses (Queen’s Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium); The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre); Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre and UK Tour); Oliver! (UK Tour); Barnum (UK Tour); Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show (UK Tour); The Play What I wrote (UK Tour); The Real Life Of Brian Conley (UK Tour); An Evening With Brian Conley (UK Tour) and Brian Conley The Greatest Entertainer in his Price Range (UK Tour);
Equilibrium (dir. Kurt Wimmer); I Am Bob (dir. Donald Rice); Dream (dir. Mikael Hylin); Hotel (dir. Alan Nickson); Arthur’s Dyke (dir. Gerry Poulson); Unconditional Love (dir. P.J. Hogan) and Circus (dir. Rob Walker). Television includes: The Brian Conley Show (ITV); Brian Conley This Way Up (ITV); Brian Conley Alive & Dangerous (ITV); An Audience With Brian Conley (ITV); The Brian Conley Show (Chat Show ITV); Brian Conley-This is Your Life (ITV); The Grimleys (ITV); The Life & Times of Vivienne Vyle (BBC); Five Alive (ITV); Live from The Palladium (ITV); Live from Her Majesty’s (ITV); Time After Time (ITV); The TV That Made Me (Raise the Roof Productions); Timeline (Sky); Dirty Rotten Cheater (BBC); The National Lottery Live (BBC); Let Me Entertain You (BBC); Judgement Day (ITV); Buy It Now (Studio Lambert Productions); The Royal Variety Performance (ITV&BBC); Strictly Come Dancing (BBC) and many more. Recordings include: Jolson original cast album, Stage to Stage with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Let the Good Times Roll and Brian Conley Sings
the Theatre Management Award for Best Performance in a Musical for The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre) and the National TV Awards Most Popular Comedy Performer, The British Comedy Awards Most Popular Comedy Performer for Time After Time (ITV); Show Business Personality of the Year, Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards Most Popular Performer; Brian was also nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Jolson (Victoria Palace Theatre).
Trying to park his car in London.