Jenna Lee-James is a British singer who has played the part of Scaramouche in the West End version of the hit musical We Will Rock You. She also appeared in West End at Home which played at a variety of theatres including the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. She appeared as the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Adelphi Theatre, London alongside Gareth Gates. Lee-James was born in Clydebank in 1971, where she started her career at the age of 10 in pantomime at the King's Theatre. She also played July in Annie, Maisie in The Boy Friend and Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, all at the Kings. She began her professional career on a tour of Bobby Davro's Rock with Laughter.
About Jenna Lee James
British musical theatre actress who is prominently known for her portrayal of Meatloaf and Scaramouche in the West End production of the Queen-inspired musical We Will Rock You. She has also trained and performed in a number of pantomime shows, including as the titular character in Peter Pan.
She began her time working on We Will Rock You on London's West End in 2002 as an understudy. She began her performances as the principal Scaramouche in January 2006.
In 2005, she finished as the runner-up in the Voice of Musical Theater competition in London, which she completed with no formation vocal training. In 2012, she was cast in the touring company of the musical Street of Dreams, which was based off of the hit British soap opera Coronation Street.
She was born and raised in Clydebank, Scotland.
Her character in Street of Dreams, Beck McDonald, was originally played on Coronation Street by Katherine Kelly.