Tamar Broadbent Tamar Broadbent

Tamar Broadbent

Tamar was born to be a rock star. Unfortunately she was also born in Surrey.

"Talented, bright and funny. I predict a great future' - Michael Palin. Tamar Broadbent is an actress, singer and comedy songwriter who trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.  Tamar performed her debut solo comedy show, ALMOST EPIC, at the Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013. The show was written by Tamar, directed by Clare Plested (Plested & Brown) and produced by Andy Barnes and Emma Pritchard.  A classical and jazz pianist with DipABRSM, Tamar began her career in composing at the age of 12, when her first song ‘Lucy’ received an honorary mention in the UK Songwriting Contest (2004). Her song '17 Drafts' from her musical Pierced won a Special Commendation and Runner-Up Prize at the Stiles & Drewe Best New Musical Song Contest in May 2013. As an actress, Tamar has played Zoe in Lee Nelson’s Well Funny People (BBC3 2013), and her other television credits include The Bill and Doctors. “Lightening-fast comedic strokes, side-splitting timing and an impressive set of pipes. A tour-de-force performance, a freight train of hilarity” - Broadway Baby ‘Incongruously naughty and brilliantly conceived’ - Funny Women "If this performer doesn’t make it to the very top, there’s something very wrong with the world" - Musical Theatre Review