Robert Pilon


Stage, television and recording artist Robert Pilon; from playing Jean Valjean in Les Miserables in Toronto at the Royal Alexandra Theatre and closing at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, to The Phantom, in the Toronto production of Phantom of the Opera at the Pantages Theatre, Robert has enjoyed sharing his voice with audiences large and small. He has been a guest on numerous television specials and starred in his own, “A Canadian in New York”, which garnered 2 international awards. Some guests included Gordon Lightfoot, Morley Safer and other prominent Canadians living in New York City. He has 5 recordings and been a special guest on others, including 2 Frank Mills albums, the 125th special recording of the Canadian National Anthem featuring Canadian recording artists and on the original cast recording of the musical Ragtime, all of which have made him a global ambassador for Canada. He was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contribution to those in the line of service to our country including 8 performances to mark the 9/11 anniversaries in Canada and New York City, most recently the 15th anniversary in Gander, Newfoundland for the original Come From Away cast and community. Robert has been privileged to perform for the past 4 Prime Ministers, 3 Governors General and the late Queen Elizabeth II. He now shares his talent and that of others in his tailored show, "Robert Pilon and Friends".