Warren was born in South Africa in 1970. He attended Cape Town University where he gained a Business Science degree before being offered a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Warren first appeared as The Man in Henry Goodman¹s 1996 production of Laughing Wild, which toured to the Bristol Old Vic and London Riverside theatres. His other roles include Frederick in Chris Monks¹ production of Pirates of Penzance for the New Victoria theatre in Stoke on Trent. Lieutenant Joe Cable in the Apollo Leisure national tour of South Pacific. John Parker in Animal Crackers directed by Emil Wolk and Greg Hersov at the Barbican Theatre London and the Manchester Royal Exchange, Danny in Grease at the Nico Theatre, Cape Town, Burrs in Julia Smith¹s adaptation of The Wild Party by Joseph Moncure March for the MousePeople. The Mousepeople company was founded by Warren and Julia and in this their first production, Warren was nominated for a Stage and Television Today award for acting excellence and The Wild Party toured to Edinburgh, London, Scotland, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Grahamstown. Warren was also instrumental in mounting the English premiere of Reza de Wet¹s Crossing at the Riverside Studios in London where he took the role of the Maestro. Warren has just completed a run of Private Lives (Elyot) in Cape Town and Johannesburg and Aspects of Love in Vancouver playing Alex Dillingham and will be returning to appear in Jacques Brel isŠ in Vancouver in the New Year. Warren is delighted to be returning to the best company of Cats ever!!