Brett Fancy

Brett is proud of having played diverse roles on stages of all sizes all around England. He has performed at the Royal National Theatre as Kevin in Single Spies, Menus in Antony and Cleopatra and in Eilif in Mother Courage. The fringe includes The White Bear, Kings Head and a one man show at the Edinburgh festival. Other roles include Bill Sykes in ‘Oliver Twist’ at the Bristol Old Vic, Dussel at the Polka Children's Theatre, Willy Mossop in ‘Hobson’s Choice’ at the Derby Playhouse and Bob Cratchit in ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Clywd Theatr Cymru.

Brett has been a regular face on British television. His first break came in the late eighties on the cult police series Rockliffe’s Babies where he took the racist rooky detective Steve Hood. He has played guest and lead characters in series such as Silent Witness, Judge John Deed, Square Deal, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Holby City, Last Salute, Resort to murder, The Vet, Doctors, Jonathan Creek, Eastenders, Casualty, Hustle and Luther.

Films include Taktarov in Outpost, Paul in Lost Christmas and Mr. Graham in Kill Me Now.

Brett joined MakeBelieve Arts as a Creative Associate through the successful devising and tour of the show Journey to the Centre of the Brain and currently lives in South London. He is father to two sons Jack and Harry. Beyond his children and acting Brett has a passion for music festivals, summer fairs, scuba diving, snowboarding, and is a volleyball coach.