Dean Park entertainer is one of Scotland’s favourite stars of Theatre, Television, Radio and Records. Dean’s incredible vocal talent and finely-honed comic timing have won him legions of fans.
Dean is truly a man for any event. He is an excellent Event host, Presenter Auctioneer , After dinner speaker , singer & all round entertainer. Dean is available for cabaret, charity balls, Theatres clubs and special events
Career highlights include highly successful tours including annual sell-out performances at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, and huge audiences for his ‘Big Night Out’ shows at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow .
Dean had a huge Scottish chart hit with Wee Andy Webber’s Scottish Medley. This hilarious spoof of Andrew Lloyd Webber favourites was played as far afield as Fort William , Ireland , the Costa Del Sol and even Bangladesh , where it became one of the most popular songs of summer 2002.
People across Britain were captivated by the hilarious medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber songs – sung in traditional Scottish style and accompanied on the accordion. One such was Lorraine Kelly who arranged for Dean to appear on GMTV. Due to the staggering number of viewer requests, GMTV asked him back for an unprecedented three appearances.
He also recorded a live album and video at Ayr ’s Gaiety Theatre; singing favourites made famous by artistes such as Sinatra, Neil Diamond and Elton John.
Dean’s Saturday and Sunday morning shows on the UK ’s most successful AM radio station, Clyde 2 (1152 AM), where he doubled the audience in his first year.
This versatile performer appeared on BBC1’s Hogmanay 2000 and Channel Five’s 2001 Hogmanay Edition ofNight Fever. That year he also appeared as a special guest in Iain Sutherland’s Christmas Cracker Concert with a 76-piece orchestra at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Dean has also appeared in the national tour of Piaf, 29 pantomimes and in January 2005 topped the bill in the highly acclaimed, week long large scale variety show In Town Tonight, alongside Brian Conley at the Kings Theatre Glasgow.