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Dean directed Little Shop of Horrors for Mater Christi College in August 2009.
Recent theatrical performances include his 2008 role of Judge Turpin in MUMCO’s
Sweeney Todd. In an about face, 2007 saw Dean Snook performing the role of
Pirelli for DTC’s Sweeney Todd, MacDuff in Dianne Gough’s Macbeth: The
Contemporary Rock Opera and Tim in the Melbourne premiere of the comedy The
Remote by Gareth Ellis. Other theatrical credits include Javert in DTC’s Les
Misérables (2006), Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat (2005), Doctor Morphus in the debut production of his original musical
Tower of Wow (2005), Jesus in CPAC’s Jesus Christ Superstar (2004) and the
Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance (2003), receiving a nomination for Best
Actor in a Musical (Lyrebird Awards) for this role. Earlier that same year he played
Jean Valjean in CPAC’s Les Misérables, winning the Guild Judges Award for his

Dean played principal roles in Opera Hunter's La Belle Helene (Ajax B, 2001), A
Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Miles Gloriosus, 2001), Les
Misérables (Babet, 2000), Noises Off! (Garry Lejeune, 2000), Godspell (Judas,
1999), The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King, 1998), (Judas, 1996), Arsenic and
Old Lace (Jonathon Brewster, 1996) and Les Misérables (Enjolras, 1995). His
production company Triumvirate Entertainment staged a highly successful series of
concerts from 1997 to 1999, including VIVA Broadway, VIVA Rydell and
VIVAriety. He played The Intruder in the short film Under Surveillance by Eira
Joy Aringay, voiced the character Jack in Jenny Weight’s micro-soap RL~ and the
voice of Clay in the Thomas Marley CG animation The Drop.

As a Musical Director, Dean’s credits include the SJRC productions of Joseph and
the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2006), Fame (2005), Little Shop of
Horrors (2004) and Guys and Dolls (2003); he was also Vocal Director for The
Pirates of Penzance (2003) and Godspell (1999). Dean graduated with his
Masters Degree in Media Production (RMIT) in 2005 and his Graduate Diploma in
Education (Monash) in 2008.