Omari Bernard

Omari Bernard started his training at Grafton Dance Academy, now known as the 'South London Dance Studios'.

He continued his training at 'Central School of Ballet' for two years where he achieved a Foundation Performing Arts Degree. Omari then went on to 'Millennium Performing Arts' for a further two years where he received a Musical Theatre Diploma.

Omari's workshops include 'Hello, Dolly' and 'Sweet Charity' Choreographed by Stevin Mear.  'Les Miserables' taught by 'Claude-Michel Schonberg'. 'Brisk singing' Choreographed by 'Richard Alston'.

Omari's theatre work includes 'The Philip Lawrence Awards', 'Cinderella' panto (2009), Lisa Donmall 'One Woman Show', Kerry Ellis's 'The Greatest British Song book series' featuring 'Brain May',  'Dick Whittington'  Panto (2010) playing 'Tommy the Cat',  English National Opera's 'Two Boys' Playing 'Agent Sure', 'The Prodigals' playing 'Luke James' A.K.A 'Disco', English National Opera's 'Castor and Pulloxs' playing 'Linsaous', 'Dick Whittington' Panto (2011) playing 'Tommy the Cat'. ‘Starlight Express’ playing ‘Hip Hopper 3 cover 1 and 2’

Omari's commercial work includes 'Nike Promotional Advert’, 'CBBC Numberjacks, Katie Tunstall 'Hold On' video, More4 ident '50 Greatest Musicals’, BBC ident 'Strictly Come Dancing', Tinchy Stryder 'Take The World' video.