PERFORMING ARTS COACH.
Fletcher Oxford is a multi-faceted performing artist, best known on screen for his role as David Bain's close friend, Gareth in the Warner Bros historical drama, Black Hands.
Regarded for his powerful vocals, Fletcher has spent recent years touring Musical Theatre throughout New Zealand and the Middle East, with such shows as Shrek The Musical and Kinky Boots.
Fletcher is a director and producer of film and theatre, and founder of performing arts school and production company, Oxford Performing Arts.
Since the age of 12, Fletcher has worked as a professional musician and is available for live events, weddings and festivals. His original music is available on all streaming services, as is the music podcast Listenin' Too Closely which Fletcher is a co-host of.
ACTOR. STAGE. SCREEN.
Fletcher Oxford is a New Zealand based actor and performing artist who's spent the last few years in the professional musical theatre circuit, touring throughout New Zealand and the Middle East.
Since 2022, Fletcher has joined the New Zealand premiere tour of Shrek The Musical, produced by Showcase Entertainment Group; performed in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates with Broadway Entertainment Group's production of Shrek The Musical; understudied the role of Charlie Price in the New Zealand premiere tour of Kinky Boots, produced by G&T Productions; understudied Harold Hill and played the iconic Charlie Cowell in another G&T Productions show, The Music Man, accompanied by the Royal New Zealand Navy Band; and is soon to be a performer at Universal Studios Beijing Resort in China throughout 2024.
No stranger to the New Zealand Television and Film industry, Fletcher is best known for his features in the Warner Bros historical drama Black Hands, and GSR Productions' internationally acclaimed, The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power. Fletcher was nominated for Best Actor in the Independent Horror Movie Awards for his performance in A Taste of Strawberry, a short film by Sena Pictures; and has worked at length on many independent film projects as an actor and 1st AD, most notably for the feature length film, The Book of Vesna.
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