Stephen Triffitt is the Worlds number 1 tribute to Frank Sinatra. He has the looks, the voice, the attitude. From the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City to the West End of London Stephen delivers an incredible impersonation of Ol' Blue Eyes and is available for theatres, private parties, charity balls, weddings and events. The ultimate professional he always delivers a show of real class Stephen has performed for many prestigious clients including; HRH Prince Philip, Simon Cowell, The headline act at The Beckham’s lads’ christenings for Victoria and David Beckham at ‘Beckingham Palace’. He has performed in concert with The BBC Symphony Orchestra for Friday Night is Music Night, The Metropole Orchestra (Amsterdam) and London Symphony Orchestra as well as summer concerts at Beaulieu, Audley End and Kenwood House. His voice has also featured in many Films, TV programmes and adverts including; The opening credits song for Suzie Gold (Pathe), recorded Nice ‘n’ Easy for the launch of Orient-Express Australia and the subsequent TV advert, eight songs for ‘The Christening’ episode of The Royle Family (BBC), regular appearances on This Morning and GMTV and Xmas specials on ITV and BBC, the title song for Not Going Out (BBC), Come Dine with Me (Channel 4), numerous promotional adverts for Talk Sport, recorded with Hal David (The songwriting partner of Burt Bacharach) and has sung with Bob Geldof, Jools Holland, Mick Jagger and Brian May at Bob Geldof’s 50th birthday party. He has performed all over the world including; The Main Event (Copa Room, Sands Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City and Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas) directed, produced, choreographed and written by Jeff Kutash, the internationally acclaimed show" Come Fly with Me"! Stephen celebrated Frank Sinatra selling out The London Palladium and Royal Festival Hall, earning his name on The London Palladium Hall of Fame. Stephen Triffitt created the role of Frank Sinatra in the original West End cast of The Rat Pack – Live from Las Vegas as well as the opening USA, Canadian and European productions.