Tim Driesen

Actor, Theater Actor

1978 –


Who is Tim Driesen?

Tim Driesen is a Belgian actor, notable for roles in both musicals, plays, and television serials. He has composed a full-scale musical as well as a number of pop-songs. In 2007, he created the role of Adrian Banks in the Take That musical, Never Forget. Take That member Gary Barlow, who wrote the majority of the production's musical numbers, said jokingly of the cast: "I'm just worried that they're better than us". When the musical opened, Driesen appeared with fellow cast members Dean Chisnall, Craig Els, Stephane Anelli, Eaton James and Nancy Sullivan on ITV's GMTV performing the show's title song, "Never Forget". He also appeared in the UK tour of Starlight Express. In 1991, Driesen appeared in the television series, The Bubbles.

He is also noted for his voice-over work in televised commercials.

Driesen appeared as Phoebus in Notre Dame de Paris in Belgium. He played a role for which he won 'Best Supporting Actor in a Musical' at the VMPs

His musical 'My Super Girlfriend' has been workshopped and showcased and is currently being readied for its first run of performances.

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Jun 22, 1978
  • Belgium
  • Laine Theatre Arts

on July 23, 2013


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