about vincent hooper

Originally from Perth, Vincent has worked extensively as an actor and singer accross Australia.

This  year alone, Vincent’s credits include the cult hit Heathers as high school jock, Ram Sweeney and Mr Sweeney, which toured Australia, finishing at the Sydney Opera House, playing sociopath Nathan Leopold in Thrill me, to critical acclaim, and creating characters in the new musical Song Contest- The Almost Eurovision Experience, under the direction of Glynn Nicholas and Jason Coleman.
Most recently, he returned from Hobart where he created the role of Spike for the world premiere of Antarctica; the Musical, with the Tasmanian Theatre Company. Earlier in the year Vincent also played Nicky/Trekkie and Bad Idea Bear in Avenue Q at Her Majesty’s in Melbourne, and is looking forward to reprising those roles in his hometown in November/December.

Other credits include the Australian tour of GFO's The Rocky Horror Show, lead by Craig McLachlan, where he played a Phantom and was understudy to Frank N Furter, Riff Raff, Brad, Rocky, Eddie and Dr. Scott. He has also toured The Rocky Horror Show with TML Ent, to Singapore, Korea and New Zealand.

Vincent was the Freddie understudy in Sydney's acclaimed Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, John in Loving Repeating, a rock star Ariel in The Tempest, the Soldier in LaChiusa’s Hello Again, the romantic lead in Sondheim’s Putting it Together, Michael in William Finn's Elegies, Joey in the Australian premiere of Postnuptials and in the ensemble of Me And My Girl

Vincent has also toured Australia with Monkey Baa’s Milli Jack and the Dancing Cat and The Twink and the Showgirl with Phil Scott. Vincent regularly works as a guest entertainer on cruise ships around the world.

Vincent graduated with a BA in Music Theatre from WAAPA where he played the title role of Bat Boy to glowing reviews.