Stephen Fisher King

Act Information


Stephen Fisher-King is one of Australia’s most-awarded and most experienced live entertainers.   An energetic and engaging vocalist, Stephen never fails to leave audiences crying out for more.

Stephen has collected nine of the entertainment industry’s prestigious MO Awards and seven Australian Club Entertainment Awards, including Best Male Vocalist and Peter Allen Variety Performer of the Year Award, all for his brilliance on stage.   He has performed principal roles in major musical theatre productions including Evita, Cats, Hello Dolly and The New Rocky Horror Show.

Stephen shared the stage with Sarah Brightman as he performed alongside Anthony Warlow in the Australasian tour of The Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Stephen was called on to step into Warlow’s shoes, performing ‘Memory’ from Cats, backed by a 40 piece orchestra, before a crowd of thousands.

Stephen has sung the National Anthem at the Rugby League State of Origin to a live audience of 80,000, with another two million watching on television, and he’s performed regularly on numerous TV shows including Midday and the John Mangos Morning Show.

Now, he’s enjoying re-living the 1970s, with his hit-shows Songs of the Seventies and 70s Unplugged.

Vocal coaching guru Donald Graydon, author of ‘Mind Behind the Voice’ selected Stephen as the ‘voice’ on his series of recordings and brilliant composer Christopher Bowen honoured Stephen with the title role in his exciting production of ‘Nosferatu’. He also performed a lead tole in ‘Beaudy’ at Sydney’s National Institute of Dramatic Art.

Stephen is a vibrant and exciting performer who takes as much delight in performing musical theatre as he does delivering the greatest hits of the 1970s.


Show Description

2 x 45 mins

‘Songs of the Seventies’- the Greatest hits of the grooviest decade of them all.

‘American Pie’- Unoacking the music of Don McLean.


Basic Information

Act Name

Stephen Fisher King

Minutes of Material

90 Minutes

Languages Spoken


Act Type

Vocalist & Guitarist

Home Airports

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (SYD)

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