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Full Name Cameron McIntosh
Date of Birth October 17, 1946
Age 77 years, 5 months, 6 days
Birthplace London Borough of Enfield
Birth City England
Country United Kingdom
Horoscope Libra

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Cameron McIntosh Biography

Cameron McIntosh is one of the most popular and richest Producer who was born on October 17, 1946 in London Borough of Enfield, England, United Kingdom.

Sir Cameron Anthony Mackintosh (born 17 October 1946) is a British theatrical producer and theatre owner notable for his association with many commercially successful musicals. At the height of his success in 1990, he was described as being “the most successful, influential and powerful theatrical producer in the world” by the New York Times. He is the producer of shows such as Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins, Oliver!, Miss Saigon, Cats, and Hamilton.

Mackintosh began his theatre career in his late teens, as a stagehand at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and then became an assistant stage manager on several touring productions. He began producing his own small tours before becoming a London-based producer in the 1970s. His early London productions included Anything Goes in 1969 (which closed after only two weeks), The Card (1973), Side by Side by Sondheim (1976), My Fair Lady (1978), and Tomfoolery (1980).

In 1981, he produced Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats, then considered an unlikely subject for a musical. It became the hit of the season, and went on to become one of the longest running musicals on both sides of the Atlantic. After the success of Cats, he approached the French writing team Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil about bringing their musical Les Misérables (then a successful French concept album) to the London stage. The musical opened in 1985 at the Barbican, before transferring to the Palace Theatre. Les Misérables had a shaky start at the box office and a lukewarm critical reception before becoming a massive hit, largely by word-of-mouth and is now the longest running musical and second longest running London production.

NameCameron McIntosh
First NameCameron
Last NameMcIntosh
OccupationProducer
BirthdayOctober 17
Birth Year1946
Place of BirthLondon Borough of Enfield
Home TownEngland
Birth CountryUnited Kingdom
Birth SignLibra
Full/Birth Name
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MotherNot Available
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseNot Known
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Ethnicity, religion & political views

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In 1986, Mackintosh produced Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, which is one of the most commercially successful musicals of all time and has outgrossed record-breaking films such as Titanic and E.T. The original London production is still running and is the 3rd longest running production in London, along with the New York production, which is the longest-running Broadway musical of all time.

Cameron McIntosh Net Worth

Cameron McIntosh is one of the richest Producer from United Kingdom. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Cameron McIntosh's net worth GB££1.28 billion (Sunday Times Rich List, 2019).* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

Net Worth (2024)GB££1.28 billion (Sunday Times Rich List, 2019)
Net Worth in 2023GB££1.28 billion (Sunday Times Rich List, 2019)
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeProducer
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
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He produced Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil’s next musical Miss Saigon, which opened at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in the West End in September 1989. It was similarly successful, and the 1991 Broadway production achieved what was then the largest advance ticket sales in theatre history.

Mackintosh became a co-owner of the theatrical licensing company Music Theatre International in 1990. He started the theatre group Delfont Mackintosh Theatres in 1991.

Cameron McIntosh's Height & Physical Stats

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His partner is Australian-born theatre photographer Michael Le Poer Trench. They met at the opening night of a production of Oklahoma! in Adelaide, Australia in 1982. The couple live between homes in: London; Stavordale Priory in Charlton Musgrove, Somerset; and the Nevis Estate, on North Morar in the West Highlands.

Mackintosh’s less successful London productions include Moby Dick (1993) and Martin Guerre (1996). He produced the stage adaptation of John Updike’s The Witches of Eastwick (2000) which, despite some positive reviews and a run of over 15 months, failed to replicate the worldwide success of his previous blockbusters.

Who is Cameron McIntosh Dating?

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Mackintosh has produced several other successful musicals, including Five Guys Named Moe (both in London in 1990 and on Broadway) and a revised London production of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies in 1987. In 1995, Mackintosh produced the 10th anniversary concert of Les Misérables in London. Additionally he was responsible for presenting the West End transfers of the National Theatre revivals of Oklahoma! (1999), My Fair Lady (2001), and Carousel (1993).

Facts & Trivia

Cameron Ranked on the list of most popular Producer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United Kingdom. Cameron McIntosh celebrates birthday on October 17 of every year.

In 1994, Mackintosh bought the Nevis Estate, on North Morar, to the east of Mallaig in the West Highlands of Scotland, covering around 14,000 acres (5,700 ha). He has since been involved in a long-running dispute with a tenant crofter, over the land use on the estate. As the laird, Mackintosh wants to use the land for building holiday homes, but the crofter says the land is needed for grazing.

What is Cameron Mackintosh net worth?

Sir Cameron Mackintosh
BornCameron Anthony Mackintosh 17 October 1946 Enfield, London, England
OccupationProducer
Partner(s)Michael Le Poer Trench

What shows does Cameron Mackintosh own?

Cameron’s Original productions include LES MISÉRABLES, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and CATS – the three longest running musicals of all time, now in their 4th decades – MISS SAIGON, MARY POPPINS (co-produced with Disney), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, SONG AND DANCE, TOMFOOLERY, MARTIN GUERRE, THE WITHCES OF EASTWICK, FIVE GUYS …

How many Theatres does Cameron Mackintosh own?

Founded over 30 years ago, Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd owns and operates eight of the most prestigious theatres in London’s West End: the Gielgud, Noël Coward, Novello, Sondheim, Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, Victoria Palace and Wyndham’s.

How old is Cameron Mcintosh?

75 years (October 17, 1946)

How much is Andrew Lloyd Webber Worth?

The Sunday Times Rich List of 2019 saw him ranked the richest musician in the UK (overtaking Paul McCartney) with a fortune of £820 million. He lives at Sydmonton Court, Hampshire, and owns much of nearby Watership Down. Lloyd Webber is an art collector, with a passion for Victorian painting.

Key Events

  1. Sir Cameron Anthony Mackintosh (born 17 October 1946) is a British theatrical producer and theatre owner notable for his association with many commercially successful musicals..

  2. In 1967, working with Robin Alexander, he co-produced five plays at the Kenton Theatre, Henley..

  3. His early London productions included Anything Goes in 1969 (which closed after a mere two weeks), The Card (1973), Side by Side by Sondheim (1976), My Fair Lady (1978), and Tomfoolery (1980)..

  4. He began producing his own small tours before becoming a London-based producer in the 1970s..

  5. In 1981, he produced Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats, then considered an unlikely subject for a musical..

  6. They met at the opening night of a production of Oklahoma! in Adelaide, Australia in 1982..

  7. The musical opened in 1985 at the Barbican before transferring to the Palace Theatre..

  8. In 1986, Mackintosh produced Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, which is one of the most commercially successful musicals of all time..

  9. He produced Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil's next musical Miss Saigon, which opened at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in the West End in September 1989..

  10. In 1990 Mackintosh responded to criticism of Jonathan Pryce using prosthetics and skin darkening makeup to play a Vietnamese character, "We passionately disapprove of stereotype casting...by choosing to discriminate against Mr..

  11. Mackintosh became a co-owner of the theatrical licensing company Music Theatre International in 1990..

  12. At the height of his success in 1990, he was described as being "the most successful, influential and powerful theatrical producer in the world" by the New York Times..

  13. Mackintosh has produced several other successful musicals, including Five Guys Named Moe (both in London in 1990 and on Broadway) and a revised London production of Stephen Sondheim's Follies in 1987..

  14. He started the theatre group Delfont Mackintosh Theatres in 1991. .

  15. It was similarly successful, and the 1991 Broadway production had what was then the largest advance ticket sales in theatre history prior to its controversy..

  16. Mackintosh's less successful London productions include Moby Dick (1993) and Martin Guerre (1996)..

  17. In 1994, Mackintosh bought the Nevis Estate, on North Morar, to the east of Mallaig in the West Highlands of Scotland, covering around 14,000 acres (5,700 ha)..

  18. In 1995, Mackintosh produced the 10th anniversary concert of Les Misérables in London..

  19. Mackintosh was knighted during the 1996 New Year Honours for services to musical theatre..

  20. Mackintosh was knighted in 1996 for services to musical theatre..

  21. In 1998 Mackintosh was named in a list of the biggest private financial donors to the Labour Party, a decision he later claimed to regret, saying: "Labour really _ it up..

  22. In 1998, Mackintosh celebrated thirty years in show business with Hey, Mr..

  23. Additionally he was responsible for presenting the West End transfers of the National Theatre revivals of Oklahoma! (1999), My Fair Lady (2001), and Carousel (1993)..

  24. He produced the stage adaptation of John Updike's The Witches of Eastwick (2000) which despite some positive reviews and a run of over 15 months, failed to replicate the worldwide success of his previous blockbusters. .

  25. Disney Theatrical Productions president Thomas Schumacher met with Mackintosh in 2001 to discuss making Mary Poppins into a stage musical..

  26. Mackintosh's involvement in the development of the musical adaptation led to his producing both the 2004 West End and 2006 Broadway productions, at the Prince Edward Theatre and the New Amsterdam Theatre, respectively, along with Schumacher..

  27. He was also listed 4th in 2005..

  28. He co-produced the London transfer of Avenue Q, which opened in the West End at the Noël Coward Theatre on 1 June 2006..

  29. In 2006, Mackintosh was listed 4th on The Independent on Sunday's Pink List, a list of the most influential "out-and-proud" gay men and women..

  30. Mackintosh also topped The Stage 100 list in 2007 for the first time since 2000..

  31. Mackintosh produced a revival of Lionel Bart's Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane which ran from 2008–09..

  32. In 2008, The Daily Telegraph ranked him number 7 in their list of the "100 most powerful people in British culture"..

  33. This production was transferred from Broadway, where a revival production was staged in 2009..

  34. The publicity and attention surrounding the production was unprecedented on the West End stage, and it was reported in January 2009 that the production was the fastest-selling show in West End history, with £15 million of pre-opening sales..

  35. In April 2010, Mackintosh staged a West End revival of the musical Hair in London's Gielgud Theatre..

  36. In 2013, he worked with the Chichester Festival Theatre on a revival of Barnum, starring Christopher Fitzgerald..

  37. On 3 May 2014, Mackintosh relaunched Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, celebrating 25 years since its first launch..

  38. On 27 January 2014, Mackintosh was the first British producer to be inducted into Broadway's American Theater Hall of Fame..

  39. It couldn't have been worse these last 12 years." In the 2015 British general election, Mackintosh donated £25,000 to the successful Conservative candidate for Somerton and Frome, David Warburton..

  40. In the 2016 EU Referendum, Mackintosh voted for the UK to leave the EU, stating that it was "not because I don't love Europe - I do huge amount of work in Europe and love Europeans - but there is something wrong with a system where the Fat Controller is not accountable"..

  41. It premiered on 21 December 2017 at the Victoria Palace Theatre. .

  42. On 6 December 2017 Mackintosh began previews of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway hit musical Hamilton in London..

  43. In the Sunday Times Rich List of 2021, Mackintosh was estimated to have a net worth of £1.2 billion..