The Lullaby Trust is thrilled to welcome actor and singer, Noel Sullivan, as their new ambassador.
Noel rose to fame in 2001 when he won ITV talent show, “Popstars” securing his place in chart topping band “Hear’Say”.
Twenty years on and Noel has carved out a successful career as a West End leading man, having played lead roles in shows such as Grease, We will rock you, School of rock and Dirty rotten scoundrels. His work as an actor includes BBC shows, Years and Years, Ordinary Lies and Gavin and Stacey.
In 2015, Noel climbed Kilimanjaro in memory of his baby brother and sister raising money for both The Lullaby Trust and Bliss. His brother Dominic died at six months old from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
“I’m honoured to have been asked to become an ambassador for The Lullaby Trust. It’s vital work educates parents on how best to ensure their children sleep as safely as possible but most importantly, supports families at some of the most difficult times they will ever have to face. It’s a wonderful charity that I hold dear to my heart and look forward to working closely with them,” said Noel.
“We are delighted to welcome Noel to Team Lullaby. We are really looking forward to many exciting collaborations and working together to raise awareness of SIDS and safer sleep,” adds Alice Morgan, Head of Fundraising at The Lullaby Trust.