Damien Noyce is an Australian Actor, Singer, Dancer, Operatic Tenor and Cabaret Artist normally based in London but is currnetly in Australia.

For the past 18 years he has worked, in all these fields, throughout the world, including the West End.

He studied Acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (Australia), Opera at the Australian National University School of Music & Opera, Musical Theatre & Acting at Penn State University (USA). He has completed Young Artist Programs with Pacific Opera & the Opera Studio Melbourne.


Damien has been supported by Roadshow Entertainment, ARS Musica Australis, the Gertrude Johnson Memorial Foundation & most recently the NSW & Victorian Wagner Societies.

Damien was the Fashion Presenter for the TV series Living Lean TV, presented on TV4ME 7 Network Australia.

He is the Creator and Performer of YouTube series Larrikin Lockdown Lullabies. It is an ode to his family and was a chance for his Mother to see him perform her favourites while on the other side of the world.

He loves creating new works. This has been a major area of his career, particularly in Opera and Musical Theatre. Operatically his young dramatic voice has also featured heavily in the works of Verdi, Puccini and Wagner. Being a vocal chameleon he can sing anything from the lightest pop music to dramatic operatic roles. 

Damien represented Australia in the World Championships of Performing winning Overall World Champion & Gold Medals in all of his categories.

Damien was runner up in the 2019 Prides Got Talent Cabaret Final and a finalist in Phoenix Arts Club Cabaret Awards. He was nominated for Best Newcomer for the QX Magazine Cabaret Awards.

Damien is a huge supporter of LGBTQ+ righst around the world, suicide prevention and reseach & awareness into Parkinson's Disease.

Jamie Campbell/Fifi La true (the real Jamie that inspired "Everybody's Talking About Jamie)


Mzz Kimberly (International acclaimed Cabaret, Theatre, TV & Film Star)


"A star is born tonight on that stage!" 

"The only person to get two standing ovations!"