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Michael Crawford, star of West End blockbusters Barnum, The Phantom Of The Opera and The Woman In White, is back on stage for the first time in seven years.
He’s playing the Wizard of Oz in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s lavish new production at the London Palladium, and although voice problems caused him to miss some preview performances before last Tuesday’s official first night, he insists he’s fully fit – something he never thought he’d hear himself say until recently.
Brought up in Sheerness, Kent, he began at 12 as a boy soprano, left school three years later and embarked on a career in film, stage and TV alongside such stars as Gene Kelly, Barbra Streisand, Buster Keaton, John Lennon and Steve Mc Queen.