Fra Fee

Official website for actor Fra Fee


Stage and screen actor Fra Fee was born in Dungannon, Northern Ireland and has graduated from the University of Manchester and the Royal Academy of Music. In 2014 Fra was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music.

Most notably Fra played the role of Courfeyrac in Tom Hooper's box office hit movie Les Miserables in 2012. He is currently playing the role of Amiens in the National Theatre production of As You Like It directed by Polly Findlay until March 2016, as well as currently appearing in Putting It Together at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.

 Previous theatre includes: The Last Five Years (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); Romeo & Juliet (Gate Theatre); My Cousin Rachel (Gate Theatre Dublin / Spoleto Festival Charleston USA); Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory); A Man of No Importance  (Salisbury Playhouse); Follies  (Opéra de Toulon); Howard Goodall's A Winter's Tale  (Landor Theatre); Les Miserables  (Queens Theatre); Aladdin (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin); Fame (RTE Irish Tour); Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre); The Beggar's Opera, The Mikado, Sweeney Todd, Candide and The Rake's Progress (Welsh National Opera/Grand Opera House, Belfast) as well as Nemorino in a production of The Elixir of Love directed by John Doyle.

Television includes: Heart and Soul (BBC Northern Ireland) Ronan Tynan: The Impossible Dream (RTE/PBS America) Laurence Olivier awards 2011 (BBC)

Film: Monochrome (Electric Flix); Les Miserables (Working Title)

Radio: Psyche (BBC Drama)

Other work includes: Elegies (Criterion Theatre); A Little Night Music - In Concert  (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and Palace Theatre); Friday Night Is Music Night - Broadway's Greatest Hits (BBC Radio2), Laurence Olivier Awards 2011 (BBC)



And the two leads are outstanding...Fra Fee, of Northern Irish origin, also brings to Candide a fresh face, a strong voice and the right reckless faith in the world’s goodness.
— Michael Billington (The Guardian)
Fee….is a star in the making, seen recently in the film version of Les Miserables, so it’s good to see him returning to the theatre so quickly (in a Man of No Importance). He also proves equally adept on accordion, piano and flute, among the company of actor-musicians.
— Mark Shenton (The Stage)
Fra Fee as Philip Ashley does most of the heavy lifting in My Cousin Rachel. Rarely offstage during the entire two-plus-hour performance, Fee’s stamina is incredible. Without melodrama, he convincingly portrays his character’s appropriately gothic emotional swings and perfectly captures Philip’s tragic flaw of youthful impulsiveness.
— Elizabeth Pandolfi (Charleston City Paper)
Playing the protagonist of this taut drama, Fra Fee portrays Philip’s tormented journey through desire, guilt and suspicion with keen sensitivity and detail. His tour de force performance demonstrates immense emotional range and admirable control
— Debra Charlton (