Amber Davies will have a glittering acting career after landing West End role, says fellow stage school star Capital DJ Joe Cooper


AMBER Davies is going places according to her fellow stage school star, Capital FM DJ Joe Cooper.

The pair both went to the Sylvia Young Theatre School in London and were trained before Joe moved into presenting and Amber landed a role on Love Island.

Capital FM

Amber Davies’ fellow Sylvia Young Stage School co-star Joe Cooper thinks she’s got a glittering career ahead of her[/caption]

But after breaking into the limelight, the Welsh star has since bagged herself one of the leading roles in West End hit 9-5 – and Joe thinks she’s got a star-studded career ahead of her.

Joe said: “Amber has done incredibly well, she should be so proud of herself!

“I was at Slyvia Young and performed on stage but decided that ultimately presenting was for me.

“Amber has been really clever and used Love Island as a platform to break into the industry before going back to her roots.

Rex Features

The Welsh born star broke into the industry through Love Island before returning to her acting roots and landing a leading role in West End smash hit 9-5[/caption]


“She’s really talented and I think she’s doing to do really well. This is just the beginning for her I think.”

After leaving Sylvia Young, Joe decided to quit the stage after landing roles on big hits including Les Miserables and embarked on a career in radio.

He landed a job hosting on Capital FM and has since interview a star-studded line up of celebs, including Louis Tomlinson and Craig David.

But he told The Sun his most memorable interview was with Sean Mendes, who decided to show him up live on air after the DJ played a cheeky trick on him.


Joe swapped his stage career for radio presenting and is now a presenter on Capital FM[/caption]

Joe said: “I interviewed Sean and decided I wanted to get him to follow me on Instagram. So I ended up getting him into the studio and asking for some tips on how I could improve my page.

“He gave me some advice and I saw he didn’t have an even number of people he was following

“So I said in the UK we like to always have even numbers and said he should just start following me! But he said he needed to follow someone else – it was a hilarious snub

“He liked a load of my pictures though so that made up for it. He was a great chat and fun to speak to.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here