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Lead hero shot of Australian Actor Rowan Witt, with windswept curly hair looking over the Sydney Theatre Wharf in a navy peacoat

Rowan Witt

The Book of Mormon


(Original Australian Cast)

Helpmann Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Sydney Theatre Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Rowan Witt stars in the Australian premiere of the award-winning The Book of Mormon stage show by Trey Parker and Matt Stone

"Witt's performance alone is reason enough to see this show."

- Au Review

"Rowan Witt is a knockout!"

- Daily Telegraph

"Let Rowan Witt, who is the standout

in The Book of Mormon, get the award

he deserves." 

- Sydney Morning Herald

"The Book of Mormon is incredibly funny,

but also touching - thanks in no small part to a sympathetic performance by Rowan Witt."

- Limelight Magazine

"Rowan Witt as Elder McKinley
is nothing short of hilarious

- The AU Review

"Rowan Witt is utterly hilarious.

His whole body language is an aching love letter to the glory of showbiz."

- ABC News

Actor Rowan Witt, in costume, prepares backstage behind-the-scenes at The Book of Mormon

- Chat 10 Looks 3

"Rowan Witt basically steals the show"

- AU REview

She Loves Me

(Hayes Theatre Co.)

Sydney Theatre Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Broadway World Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Caitlin Berry and Rowan Witt dressed in period character costume, on stage in a production of She Loves Me, by Bock & Harnick

"Witt is Dashing!"

- Daily Review

"Rowan Witt is so charming.  

There is a reality and groundedness

to his portrayal which has no overt

yearning or sloppy sentimentality. 

His creation is human and competent

and relatable."

- Sydney Arts Guide

"Witt is utterly endearing.

A consistently brilliant performance."

- Broadway World

"Rowan Witt as Nowack is superb!

He’s the image of glowing, boyish charm."

- On The Town

"An absolute delight!

This performance attests to Witt’s

wonderful talent."

- Theatre People

"Enchanting in every aspect,

and breathtakingly good."

- Sydney Arts Guide

Actor Rowan Witt, wearing a checkered 1930s waistcoat, punches his fist in the air, playing Georg Nowack in, She Loves Me.

(SUNDANCE original TV series)

Totally Completley Fine
Rowan Witt stars as John Cunningham, opposite Thomasin Mackenzie, in the Sundance original series 'Totally, Completely Fine'. Fremantle/STAN

“An endearing... compelling series that's Utterly Absolutely Good"


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"Watching Totally Completely Fine was a poignant experience...

An authentic experience of grief."

- Pedestrian TV

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Still from Sundance original series Totally, Completely Fine - Rowan Witt clings to Thomasin Mackenzie on a clifftop, over a rocky coastline
Still from STAN series Totally, Completely Fine - Thomasin McKenzie, Brandon McClelland and Rowan Witt sit in an eccentric lawyer's office

"One of the most ambitious

Australian shows of the streaming era."

- Sydney Morning Herald

(PARAMOUNT+'s first original Australian TV series)


Most Underrated TV Series Of 2021:
"It's a bloody funny series with
a brilliant Australian cast. "

- MamaMia

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Television Show Still - Rowan Witt wearing a blue suit outside a warehouse
Television still of TV series starring Rowan Witt and Katherine Parkinson in a trench coat striding down the street together

The Very Best of TV:

Top Recommendation for Paramount+

- Sydney Morning Herald

Nominated for Best Comedy

at TV Series Festival, SERIES MANIA

- Series Mania

TV series Spreadsheet - starring Ryan Shelton, Katrina Milosevic, Rowan Witt, Katherine Parkinson, Stephen Curry, formally dressed at a bar


(Sydney Premiere)

Broadway World Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Sydney Theatre Award laurel BEST ACTOR Rowan Witt
Rowan Witt in character holding an energy drink, in the Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Gloria, by Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins

"This is a near-faultless production and

Witt's performance is a wallop in the gut!"

- The Music

"The standout performance in Gloria

is given by Witt, with some of the most detailed characterisation I've seen."

- Theatre Travels

"Rowan Witt is quite brilliant!"

- The Audrey Journal

"Witt's natural ability and extensive 

experience is evident as he authentically delivers a truly faultless performance start to finish."

- Theatre Travels

"Transfixing and terrifically performed. 
Witt is excellent!"

- Theatre People

"Witt’s representation of a man changed

and a man lost is remarkable."

- Nightwrites

Promotional poster for Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins' Pulizer prize finalist play Gloria, starring Rowan Witt and Georgina Symes



Luigi Lucente and Rowan Witt in period costume as Vietnam marines in the Australian Premiere of Pasek and Paul's, 'Dogfight'

"Witt is the kind of actor

that musical theatre needs!"

- Aussie Theatre

"Swaggeringly macho,

Witt gives a very convincing portrayal of Bernstein, who gets high on the general macho posturing and snaps in a

surprisingly brutal moment."

- Jo Litson

Into The Woods



"Rowan Witt brings a depth of detail to Jack beyond any performance I’ve seen to date."

- Limelight Magazine

"Witt is a talent to watch.

His performance is terrifically crafted, ensuring that he’s not just funny, he’s believable too.

It’s rare to come across a young singer who can find so much detail in a role without ever pulling focus."

- Clive Paget

Victorian Opera's production of Stephen Sondheim's 'Into The Woods' starring Rowan Witt and Melissa Langton




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