Peter Cousens is one of Australia's most outstanding musical theatre performers; a successful actor, on stage and on television; a cabaret artist; performing at multi- national corporate functions; as a commercial and television presenter and as a recording artist.
His starring roles include Tony in West Side Story; Chris in Miss Saigon; Raoul in the Australian Production of Phantom Of The Opera; Alex in Aspects Of Love; Marius in Les Miserables. Nanki Poo in The Mikado, Eddie in Blood Brothers, Bobby in Company, Ravenal in Show Boat; Anthony and more recently Tobias in Sweeney Todd.
Peter was The Phantom in London's West End production of The Phantom of the Opera for 11 months from April 1997 to March 1998.
In 2002 Peter entertained the Queen at CHOGM and performed with the Australian Army Band at the Toronga Zoo Twighlight Concert, was joined by Marina Prior at Twin Towns on the Gold Coast, hosted the Mo awards and performed for ten weeks A life on Earth at the tiny Clarendon in Katoomba and then for 4000 people at the the Cassegrain Winery, Port Macquarie. A season playing Zac in A Chorus Line followed and more concert work in Prom Praise at the Sydney Town Hall.
Peter has recorded three other successful solo albums; Corner Of The Sky From A Distance. and A life on Earth He has recorded a children's album, Are We Nearly There Yet with Noni Hazelhurst.