Leo Brumen

Actor, Extra, Model, Musician, Dancer

London, United Kingdom
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3D "Hands Up" Featuring Leon B

Uploaded 6 years ago


Something about the Way You Look Tonight

inspired by Elton John - Demo recorded in June 2011 at Ten21 Recording Studios

Physical Details

180 cm / 5ft 11in
Hair color:
White / Caucasian
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  • Tanzschule Zöller Kaiserslautern : Bronze, Silver & Gold


Acting experience


  • English
  • German
  • Spanish

  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • UK English
  • USA New York

I played a statist role in a German Tatort Movie at the age of 9, and the Lead Role in the short movie "Totenglocken im Walzertakt" directed by Günther Ruschel, written by Danny Schiel & produced by Jürgen Fried, which was presented at the Max-Ophüls Festival in Saarbrücken, Germany.


Extras experience

Previous extras experience


Modeling experience

Beginner, starting out

I Have done Child Modeling for Fashion Industry Designers in Paris as a kid and youth, done several Advertisments in France as well. I appeared in regional Newspapers and Magazines around and after the time of filming the short movie "Totenglocken im Walzertakt", in which I played the Lead Role.


Vocal ability

Lead singer

Vocal range


Singing styles
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Classical
  • Opera

Favourite genres
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Indie
  • Metal
  • Electronic
  • Hip-hop
  • Jazz
  • Classical
  • Country

Influences: Muse, Keane, Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, Marvin Gaye, The Platters, Tony Benett, Frank Sinatra, Jonny Mathis, Jonas Kaufmann, John Owen Jones, Mario Lanza.

Leo Seymoure studied for two years at a private college for Jazz Music in Frankfurt, Germany, the FMW (Frankfurter Musikwerkstatt) before moving to another city. During the FIFA Soccer World Cup 2006 in Kaiserslautern, Leo took part in the artistic dinner show „Salto Culinare“ as singer. "In may of the following year - 2007 - I appeared singing on Slovenian National Television, in July and August I took part in the renowned Slavic International Song Contest 'Slavianski Bazar' in Minsk and Witebsk, Belarus representing Germany reaching the semi-final (aired on RTR Planeta). After a break in the Winter of 2007 Leo recorded his first Single with 3w. Records, 'In jedem Ende', and in mid 2008, a second one called 'Tanzen will ich'. Both songs have been extensively aired on WDR4, SWR4, SR3 and Radio Melody and reached high (#3 and #1 respectively) in the charts of the "Hitparade". The young Artist's studies continued for two and a 1/2 more yrs for personal reasons in Mainz, Germany but not anymore in Music where he came from as a student of the FMW but now in Business Studies and Economics.
Leo Seymour then kind of started out again in a new direction leaving for England where he would soon meet the Love of his Life and went studying furthermore in London for a 'Bachelor of Science [Hons.]' (which he was accredited with an "with Honours" Award) in 'International Politics AND Sociology' and the consecutively moreover for my 'Master of Diplomacy & Foreign Policy' at City, University of London.
"I am now free again to commit to my true passion which is singing and beautiful music. I am about to start a band and am looking for really talented and good-looking, stage-hungry musicians as female: Violinist / Cellist; Guitar; and as male or female: Saxophonist; Pianist / Keys."
Best regards ******* your Leo Seymoure
(Tenor/Barritone, Musical Vocalist, Pop- and Rock-, Electronic- and Alternative Music Singer)


Dancing ability


Dance styles
  • Ballroom
  • Contemporary

I attended Ballroom Dance School before and during my A-Levels in Germany, where I did the Beginner's, Advanced, Bronze, Silver & Gold Courses. I also attended a course for Tango for half a year during that time.
This reference is meant to merely convey that I do have an ability to move and dance elegantly and swiftly, not that I could memorize the steps of all those Dances (esp. the more complicated ones and parts) from that far back without regular practice. However, I am sure I would be quick to relearn.

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