Every generation has its superstars. The eighties gave us Michael Jackson, the nineties launched Justin Timberlake, and the early two thousands are synonymous with Justin Bieber. Now, we welcome the next generation of talent in singer, songwriter, dancer and actor Mackenzie Sol.
Music is in Mackenzie’s blood. Born to professional singers, the 17-year old triple threat came from humble beginnings in Northern England. He was just four years old when he earned accolades from Simon Cowell during an X-Factor UK audition. From there, he went on to star in numerous stage productions in his pre-teens. Most notably, Mackenzie played the title role in West End’s Youth Theatre rendition of Billy Elliot. Through his work with Tony and Olivier Award winning director Stephen David Daldry, Mackenzie brought the role of Billy Elliot to life. His performance captured the attention of The Royal Ballet School in London, England and they offered him a spot in their world-renowned training institution, where he studied for two years.
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