Actors  |  Nov 8, 2013

Sion Daniel Young wins West End Frame Award

Sion Daniel Young has won the West End Frame Award for ‘Best Dramatic Performance’ for his role as Albert in the West End production of War Horse.

The West End Frame Best Dramatic Performance Award is ‘a celebration of the most powerful and heart wrenching performances which move audiences night after night in theatreland’, and Sion beat nominees in title roles from award-winning shows all over town after a week of online voting.

Sion joined the company of War Horse earlier this year having played the lead in The Welsh Boy at Theatre Royal Bath directed by Matthew Lloyd and The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning at the National Theatre of Wales directed by John McGrath. Sion also appeared in Tissues and Issues for the BBC and Hotel Eddie for S4C as well as feature films Private Peaceful alongside Maxine Peake, Frances de la Tour and Richard Griffiths and Another Me with Rhys Ifans and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

Sion continues in his role of Albert until March 2014 at the New London Theatre.

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