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John Brink is a critically acclaimed performer who has wowed audiences across the country with his luscious voice. He is most well-known for appearing as Fieully in the Les Misérables 25th Anniversary National Tour. While appearing in the ensemble, John also delighted audiences as Jean Valjean and Enjolras, two roles which he understudied. His incredible performance allowed for him to go on to perform in the 2014 Tony nominated Broadway revival of Les Misérables, where he performed as a Swing and understudied the role of Jean Valjean. John’s voice will grace audiences across the nation once again this season, as he returns to Trans-Siberian’s Orchestra Winter Tour for his 13th year.

John has extensive regional credits range from rock mega musicals to classic golden age tales. He performed as the evil Annas in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts and performed opposite Shirley Jones in The Music Man at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. John has an incredibly wide vocal range, allowing for him to excel in wide range of roles, from Tony in the timeless West Side Story, to Billy Bigelow in the award-winning Carousel. Other credits include Henry in Life on the Mississippi at Goodspeed Opera House, Steven Kolday in She Loves Me, and Pischik in The Cherry Orchard.

John has performed in Radio City Music Hall and every major arena in the continental United States with Trans-Siberian Orchestra and is credited on their RIAA certified Platinum recording of Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s Night Castle. He also appeared on “Good Morning America” with the cast of the 2014 revival of Les Misérables.




"... flawlessly sung…” – Stagelight Magazine

Who We Are: The Songs of Lyons & Pakchart – “The evening took a turn on the corner of ‘brave’ and ‘bold’ with another new song which was flawlessly sung by Lyons’ roommate, John Brink (these boys know how to collaborate). Brink made sure that he left our jaws open. I thought I couldn’t take any more.”


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