20s, Birmingham, West Midlands
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Khalid Daley is one of the recent stars of the West End hit musical ‘Hamilton’, playing the leading roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton from 2021-2022.  In 2023 he can be seen in ‘The Great War’, a new 2-part docu-drama for the History Channel in which he has a major role playing WWI American war-hero William Henry Johnson.

Having trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, he has an impressive list of theatre credits which include ‘War Horse’ (UK and International Tour),  ‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’ (UK & Ireland Tour) and ‘Dick Whittington’ (National Theatre) as well as playing the leading role of Clyde in ‘Careen - The True History of Bonnie and Clyde’ (Birmingham Repertory Theatre).  

He has been recognised by two of the UK’s top talent bursaries, including a nomination for the Carleton Hobbs Radio Bursary as well as winning a Laurence Olivier Bursary during his final year of training. 

Originally from Birmingham, he speaks naturally with a Birmingham accent, but can easily neutralise.  Currently based in London, he often speaks with a London/MLE accent.  He is highly skilled at a general American accent following his roles in Hamilton and his upcoming role in The Great War.  He has Caribbean heritage (born in Montserrat) so is also accomplished at speaking with a Caribbean/Jamaican accent. 

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The Great War (TV, 2023) – William Henry Johnson, The History Channel
Hamilton (West End) (Theatre, 2021-2022) – John Laurens/Philip Hamilton, Victoria Palace Theatre, West End
War Horse (UK and International Tour) (Theatre, 2019) – Baby Joey/David, UK, Ireland and International Tour
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (UK & Ireland Tour 2017-2018) (Theatre, 2017-2018) – Drifter, UK & Ireland Tour

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Showreel Videos

West End Live: Hamilton (from 21" and then on stage throughout)