Jon Lee

From a young age, Jon took an interest in acting, performing in a lot of schools plays. At the age of 13, Jon was performing as the lead in Oliver at the London Palladium Theater. In 1995, Jon was cast in “Famous Five: Smuggler’s Gold”. In November of 1997, Jon was cast in the popular BBC drama ‘EastEnders’ where he appeared in 17 episodes as Josh Saunders. His last appearance was in April 1998.

Later in 1998, Jon auditioned to became a member of the British pop group S Club 7. With their launch In April of 1999, S Club 7 rose to fame via their own BBC television show “Miami 7”. In the years that followed, they would become a BRIT award-winning act, recording four multi-platinum albums and notching up several #1 singles. In April of 2003, S Club announced their separation and released a Greatest Hits collection in June of 2003.

Immediately following S Club’s split, Jon went straight to the West End where he starred in “Les Misérables”. In the years that followed, Jon took a role in Love Shack (2004), Teen Scream (2006), Tomorrow Morning (2010), and Jersey Boys (2010). Jon also starred in various Pantomime performances including ‘Cinderella’ (2010) and ‘Aladdin’ (2012). Jon was no stranger to the small screen as he had various cameo appearances in shows such as Casualty, and ‘The Sound of Musicals‘.

Throughout his time in West End, Jon dabbled in solo material. Several songs were leaked online during his songwriting sessions. In 2008, Jon performed the song “I Want To Reach The Stars” for the album “Act One – Songs From the Musicals of Alexander S. Bermange”. In 2013, Jon released his debut album “Fallen Angel” which features some of his favorite songs, including the single “My Father’s Son”.

In November 2014, Jon joined members of S Club 7 for their first reunion tour which ended in June 2015. In 2016, Jon was cast in ‘Forever Plaid’ and in 2017 appeared in West End Proms. In 2017, Jon participated in a Girls Aloud tribute band alongside Gareth Gates. Duncan James, Ritchie Neville, and Ben Ofoedu for ‘Let’s Sing & Dance” for Comic Relief. In 2018, Jon made an appearance on ‘Celebrity Dinner Date.

In the years that followed, Jon took a step back from the public eye and traveled to India where he lived for a number of years. Jon re-emerged in February of 2023, to partake in the 25th anniversary of the S Club 7 reunion, which was renamed ‘Good Times‘ in honor of Paul Cattermole, who tragically passed away in April of 2023.