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Michael Baldwin

Michael Baldwin

Michael Baldwin lives in South London, and although a critically acclaimed costume designer in major TV, Movies and Pop Videos, Michael spent many an hour training, managing, choreographing and designing costumes for some of the best Male Strippers of our time, and had time to run the diaries for one of the biggest agents in the south. You would be hard pushed to find someone with a deeper and wider knowledge in the Male Stripping industry.

Michael has written and directed three short films, a pop video, a 90-minute erotic video shot in the Seychelles (Bronze) and was second unit director for an Australian mini-series Tanamera.

Michael Baldwin has designed the costumes for ten films including:

CostumeMadame Sin (Bette Davis, Robert Wagner)
Theatre of Blood (Vincent Price, Diana Rigg)
Quatermass (Sir John Mills, Simon McCorkindale)
The Great McGonagal (Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers)
The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (Mick Jagger, John Lennon)
He was a Costume Designer for Rediffusion Television and London Weekend Television for ten years, working on plays by Tom Stoppard, Harold Pinter, Joe Orton and Shakespeare.

He was nominated for the BAFTA Costume Design Award for Worsel Gummidge.


Michael has worked on over 200 pop videos, designing costumes and casting for the likes off UltraVox, Elton John, Freddie Mercury, Tina Turner, Mick Jagger. He won the Costume Design Award from NAVAAS for War Song (Culture Club).

He has had five gallery exhibitions of his drawings and designs.

He has designed five ballets for the Western Theatre Ballet and the Sunday Ballet Club, several stage productions, including the musical Chrysanthemum, Tartuffe at the Old Vic and Alice Through the Looking Glass at Oxford Playhouse.