Best London Newcomer Award winners - Where are they now?
Ben Hewis takes a look at what some of the previous winners of the newcomer award are up to now.
The shortlist for this years Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year includes Jack Huston (Strangers on a Train), Kyle Scatliffe (The Scottsboro Boys), Olivia Vinall (Othello), Rupert Grint (Mojo) and Tori Amos (The Light Princess). Don't forget to vote for them here!
With roughly six weeks left until one of them is crowned the 2014 winner, we take a look at what some of the previous winners are up to now.
2013: Will Young - Cabaret
Last year's winner Will Young won the award for his West End debut performance as Emcee in Cabaret, a part he continued to play on a UK tour which ended just before Christmas. Whilst relatively new to the stage, Young has been a household name since 2002 after winning the inaugural series of Pop Idol.
2012: Tim Minchin - Matilda the Musical
Still proving a hit with audiences both here and across the pond, Matilda is Minchin's first musical and what a debut it has been, with four WhatsOnStage Awards, seven Oliviers and five Tony's to its name already.
After his success with Matilda, the crazy-haired singer-songwriter-comedian-actor was cast as Judas in a worldwide arena tour of Jesus Christ Superstar for which he won the WhatsOnStage award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical.
More recently, Minchin made his Sydney Theatre Company debut in 2013 in Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.
2011: Jonathan Groff - Deathtrap
Perhaps better known by younger readers for his recurring role as Jesse St. James on the TV series Glee, Jonathan received critical acclaim (and a WhatsOnStage Award) for his role in the West End production of Deathtrap.
Since then he has regularly appeared on the Off-Broadway stage, including a production of Red opposite Alfred Molina for which he earned an Obie Award for.
More recently, Groff voiced Kristoff in Disney's new feature film, Frozen, and is the star of the upcoming US TV series, Looking.
2010: Diana Vickers - The Rise & Fall of Little Voice
After initially rising to fame as a semi-finalist on The X Factor in 2008, Vickers took home the Best Newcomer award for her performance of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Her debut West End performance was followed by her debut album which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart.
This year Vickers has returned to the West End playing Holly in the new political satire The Duck House, alongside Nancy Carroll and Ben Miller.
Don't forget to vote for your favourite in the Best London Newcomer award and all of the other categories.