Name: Ramin Karimloo
Profession: Stage Actor
Gender: Male
Height: 184 cm
Age: 45
Birth Place: Tehran - Iran
Zodiac Sign: Virgo

Ramin Karimloo

Ramin Karimloo is a Stage Actor, and he was born on 19 September - 1978(45 years old) in Iran. Ramin Karimloo zodiac sign is Virgo. More detailed information about Ramin Karimloo given below.

About Ramin Karimloo

Actor who played the legendary Phantom in Love Never Dies and appeared in London productions of Les Misérables and The Phantom of the Opera.


He starred as the Phantom in Love Never Dies, a sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, a role that earned him the distinction of Best Actor in the 2010 Awards.

Ramin Karimloo before fame

After graduating from Alexander Mackenzie High School in Ontario, Canada, he began his career playing in rock bands and eventually went on to work for Airtours and P&O Cruises in theatre companies.

Achievement of Ramin Karimloo

He was nominated for Best Actor in the 2010 Awards for his performance as the Phantom in Love Never Dies, a sequel to The Phantom of the Opera.

Salary 2020

Not known

Net Worth 2020

$2 Million

Ramin Karimloo family life

With his wife Mandy, he had two kids, Hadley and Jaiden.

Associations of Ramin Karimloo

On stage, he played the titular figure in The Phantom of the Opera, the same part played by Gerard Butler in the 2004 film adaption.

Ramin Karimloo Physique Measurements

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Height 184 cm
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Ramin Karimloo Timeline

  • 2001

    After moving to England, Ramin Karimloou0027s first role was in a pantomime of Aladdin in Chatham, in which he played the title role. He joined the UK national tour of The Pirates of Penzance playing the role of a police officer, as well as understudying the Pirate King in 2001.

  • 2002

    In 2002 he took the role of the Pirate King in 2002 in Bath, England. During this year Karimloo joined the national tour of Sunset Boulevard, playing Artie Green and covering the role of Joe Gillis.

  • 2003

    In 2003, Ramin Karimloo took the roles of Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny and some years later also Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, in The Phantom of the Opera. His final matinee performance was filmed for use on a behind-the-scenes feature on the DVD of Joel Schumacheru0027s The Phantom of the Opera, a film in which he also appeared in a cameo role as Gustave Daau00e9.

  • 2004

    Ramin Karimloo appeared in two concerts of Les Misu00e9rables, as Marius Pontmercy, and one of Jesus Christ Superstar, as Simon Zealotes, and a featured singer in "Superstar". In 2004, he returned to Les Misu00e9rables to the role of Enjolras. That December, he appeared in a concert of Les Misu00e9rables at Windsor Castle in honor of the French president Jacques Chirac.

  • 2005

    In June 2005, Karimloo joined the UK national tour of Miss Saigon, playing the role of Christopher Scott.

  • 2007

    Ramin Karimloo appeared in the West End production of The Phantom of the Opera as the Phantom in September 2007. The role earned him a Theatregoersu0027 Choice Award nomination for Best Actor in a Take Over Role.

  • 2008

    In July 2008, Karimloo participated in the Sydmonton Festival and was the first actor to play the Phantom in the workshop presentation of Love Never Dies. It was the first act to the sequel of The Phantom of the Opera. He played the role alongside Sierra Boggess when the sequel opened in London in March 2010.In 2008, Karimloo recorded the song "I Only Wish for You" with Shona Lindsay and Dianne Pilkington for the album Songs from the Musicals of Alexander S. Bermange, an album of 20 new recordings by 26 West End stars, released in November 2008 on Dress Circle Records.

  • 2009

    In 2009, Karimloo participated in the recording of new musical album called Bluebird, by Gareth Peter Dicks. Bluebird is a dramatic World War II musical, in which he played American serviceman Ben Breagan. The 24-track album was released in four countries in September 2009. Karimloou0027s last regular performance in The Phantom of the Opera was on November 7, 2009. He moved on to playing the phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webberu0027s sequel, Love Never Dies, alongside Sierra Boggess, performing the role until the show closed on August 27, 2011.

  • 2010

    On October 3, 2010, Karimloo played the role of Enjolras in the 25th anniversary concert of Les Misu00e9rables at The O2 Arena in London.

  • 2011

    In 2011, he sang Andrew Lloyd Webberu0027s "Music of the Night" from The Phantom of the Opera at the Miss World Competition, which took place in London. On October 1 and 2, 2011, he and Boggess reunited as the Phantom and Christine Daau00e9 in the 25th anniversary production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, which was streamed live to cinemas worldwide. From November 29, 2011 to March 31, 2012, Karimloo returned to Les Misu00e9rables to play the lead role of Jean Valjean at The Queenu0027s Theatre, London, for which he won the 2013 Theatregoersu0027 Choice Award for Best Takeover in a Role.In 2011, Karimloo had a guest appearance in Warwick Davisu0027s BBC2 comedy Lifeu0027s Too Short as a Scientologist. He has also had a recurring role in The Spa (TV series) on Sky in the United Kingdom.As part of the 25th anniversary of The Phantom of the Opera, Karimloo performed the title song at The Royal Variety Performance u2013 held in The Lowry, Manchester. Performing alongside Pussycat Dollsu0027 lead singer Nicole Scherzinger, he was joined by three other former Phantoms (Simon Bowman, Earl Carpenter and John Owen-Jones). The performance was aired on ITV1 on December 14, 2011.

  • 2012

    Karimloo can also be found on The Music Box album as a hidden track. The song is from the musical Bluebird by Gareth Peter Dicks and is a short acoustic version of a track from the album of the same name. His solo album, Ramin, was released by Sony Music Entertainment on April 9, 2012 in the UK. The album was released in Canada and the US in August 2012.

  • 2013

    On January 26, 2013, Karimloo joined John Owen-Jones, Peter Joback, and Hugh Panaro to sing the title song from The Phantom of the Opera with Sierra Boggess and "The Music of the Night" for the encore of Phantomu0027s 25th anniversary on Broadway.Karimloo then played Jean Valjean in the Canadian production of the newly staged Les Misu00e9rables, which opened in September 2013. He returned to the role in the 2014 Broadway revival of "Les Misu00e9rables", making his Broadway debut, and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. He concluded his run on August 30, 2015, and was replaced by Alfie Boe, who portrayed Valjean in the 25th Anniversary concert.Karimloo co-wrote the song "Why Am I Falling" with composers Daniel and Laura Curtis for the BBC Children in Need 2013 appeal.

  • 2014

    In March 2014, he released the EP The Road to Find Out: East, including the tracks "Oh, What A Beautiful Morning" from the musical Oklahoma!; "Losing", which he and Hadley Fraser wrote for their band, Sheytoons; "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" from the musical Les Misu00e9rables; and "Broken", another song written by Karimloo and Fraser for Sheytoons.

  • 2015

    On May 29, 2015, it was announced that Karimloo would be leading the musical Prince of Broadway that features songs from all of Harold Princeu0027s famous musicals in Japan. Rehearsals began in September in New York.On September 25, 2015, he played the role of Barry Hamidi in the sixth season premiere episode of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods.

  • 2016

    In February 2016, Karimloo reunited with Boggess for the Manhattan Concert Productionsu0027 staging of The Secret Garden.On September 22, 2016, it was announced Karimloo would return to Broadway in the stage musical adaptation of the film Anastasia as General Gleb Vaganov. The show began previews March 23, 2017 and opened April 24, 2017 at Broadwayu0027s Broadhurst Theatre. His final performance in Anastasia was on December 3, 2017.In 2016, Karimloo released his second EP, The Road to Find Out: South, including the tracks "Wings", which he co-wrote with Fraser; "Travelleru0027s Eyes", a song he wrote with his other band, The Broadgrass Band; "Edelweiss" from the musical The Sound of Music; "Letting the Last One Go", another song he wrote for The Broadgrass Band; and "Old Man River" from the musical Showboat. He went on a UK tour, Lead Me Home, to promote the EP from January 12 to 29, 2017.

  • 2018

    He reprised the role of the Phantom in May 2018 in a series of The Phantom of the Opera concerts held at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul, Korea alongside Anna Ou00b4Byrne, as part of the celebration for Andrew Lloyd Webberu00b4s 70th birthday. He has also performed in Gold Coast, Australia June 16, 2018, Melbourne, Australia June 20, 2018, and in Sydney, Australia on June 23, 2018 again alongside Anna Ou0027Byrne, followed by a special run of Evita in Tokyo, Japan from July 4 to the 29, 2018 at Theatre Orb, where he will reprise the role of Che.

  • 2019

    In January 2019, the BBC cast him as consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Kian Madani, the rival of Jac Naylor in Holby City.

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Ramin Karimloo was born on 19 September, 1978.

Ramin Karimloo is from Tehran - Iran.

Ramin Karimloo is 45 year old.

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