Stuart Piper is a London-based Producer & former agent who represented actors, comedians and creatives, as Managing Director of Cole Kitchenn Personal Management Ltd and InterTalent Rights Group and Director of CKP Comedy and ROAR Comedy. His client list included actors Janie Dee, Dame Joan Collins, Alexandra Burke, Pixie Lott, Katherine Jenkins OBE, Spice Girls Emma Bunton, Mel B, Hannah Spearritt, Marc Pickering, Chizzy Akudolu, Glynis Barber, Rita Simons, Mica Paris, Phoebe Thomas, Louise Jameson, Mark Moraghan, Sid Owen, comedians Jan Ravens, Josie Lawrence, Lewis Macleod and Hal Cruttenden, West-End and Broadway theatre stars 2016 Evening Standard Award Winner Tyrone Huntley, 2017 Olivier Award winner David Bedella, 2017 Whatsonstage Award Winner Emma Williams, Amy Lennox, Cassie Compton, Julie Atherton, Christine Allado, Caroline O'Connor, Rosemary Ashe, Stephen Carlile, Lauren Samuels, Siobhan McCarthy, Alexandra Silber, Judy Kuhn, Mazz Murray, and creatives Arlene Phillips and Nick Winston. In 2010, the agency became part of ROAR Group led by Chairman Jonathan Shalit, expanding to become part of a group of entertainment companies. In July 2015, The Stage called him a "Star Maker" in a front page interview, and Broadcast Magazine have announced him as a Director of new ROAR Comedy company with Corrie McGuire from Objective and Professor Jonathan Shalit OBE.He has also produced West-End theatre, and his most notable productions include Associate Producer on Pixie Lott in Breakfast at Tiffany's at Theatre Royal, Haymarket in 2016, Diana Vickers in Hatched 'N' Dispatched at Park Theatre September 2015, Neil Henry's Magical Mindsquirm at Edinburgh 2015, Nicholas Hoult in New Boy and Phill Jupitus in Lifecoach at the Trafalgar Studios. He also established the Whatsonstage.com Awards live concerts, which take place annually in a West-End theatre from 2006–present.In 2016 he was Executive Producer on his first feature film The Time of Their Lives (2017 film) starring Joan Collins, Pauline Collins, Franco Nero and Joely Richardson as announced in Screen Daily.In Jan 2017 he was announced to have masterminded the acquisition of CKP (Christian Knowles Productions) the agency that represents Micky Flanagan, Zoe Lyons, Hal Cruttenden and Mark Watson and was appointed Director as reported in The Stage and on Chortle. He was Acting Agent for all finalists and winners of Britain's Got Talent for 7 years and The X Factor for 3 years as part of Jonathan Shalit's management team on the shows for Syco. In 2019, he was Executive Producer on his second feature film Mrs Lowry & Son starring Timothy Spall and Vanessa Redgrave. In 2020, during lockdown he produced Stage & Screen virtual Screen Acting masterclasses online to keep children busy nationwide, which special guest teachers Sheridan Smith and Nicholas Hoult among many others. It became the UK's No.1 Online Acting Course during Lockdown 2020. He is a regular columnist for The Stage newspaper, and has an online blog on The Stage Online.He was formerly a child actor, best known for roles in The Politician's Wife, Plastic Man and Tom's Midnight Garden.He has a son called Charlie born with Robyn North from whom he separated in 2013.