Based in Melbourne, Australia, Leigh has worked within theatre, film and television as an actor, singer and director. Leigh has studied voice with Dr Graham Clarke of Victorian Music Theatre in the bel canto style and theatre technique since 2006. He is also studying acting at the Melbourne Actors Lab for the past 18 months challenging his skills on stage and in front of the camera.

He is currently preparing for the Associate Diploma in Music Theatre form Trinity College, London.  Leigh has performed in many theatre pieces including roles of Tobias in Lyric Opera of Melbourne’s production of “Sweeney Todd”, where he was fortunate enough to work alongside Roger Howell and Margaret Haggart. Other roles include Tony in Peridot Theatre Company’s production of Terence McNallys “MasterClass”, Crispin in Peridot Theatre Company’s production of “A Chorus of Disapproval” and EP in Eltham Little Theatre’s production of “Just Like Elvis”.

Most recently he has performed in the Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe Festivals for Brown Farthing Productions as Seth in “Low Hanging Fruit”. In television Leigh has appeared in “Neighbours”, in a recurring role, and has featured in Australian commercials for National Australia Bank, Worksafe, RACV Insurance and Coles Supermarkets.