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GT Fitty: Ramin Karimloo

He’s about to appear in new West End musical Murder Ballad — a show about love, obsession and murderous desire. Crikey! Ripped and raring to go, Tony-nominated Broadway royalty Ramin Karimloo is this month’s GT Fitty...

Ramin! You’re about to star in the UK premiere of Murder Ballad. How did you get involved? I was lucky enough to see it in New York featuring two of my former colleagues that I played alongside in Les Misérables on Broadway, and I remember thinking that it was a really cool piece of modern theatre. Fast forward in time, I was connecting again here in the UK with my agent and I see Murder Ballad on his desk. I asked why he had it and turns out they’re thinking of putting me forward for the role of Tom. When I found out Sam Yates was directing I became even more interested.

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