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Nigel is a professional actor who was born and brought up in Bristol and has always been passionate about performing. He started acting professionally after gaining a degree in Drama at Reading university. Nigel first worked in a number of Theatre-in-Education companies, devising and touring shows that tackled social issues and took theatre to neglected communities in the West Country. In fact, his acting has taken him far and wide and he has worked in Germany, playing Happy in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman and Edward in Harold Pinter’s A Slight Ache. He is a passionate method actor and to prove it wrote and toured An Evening with James Dean, a one-man show.

Nigel has made numerous corporate videos and training films as well as commercials and short films. He was nominated for the best actor award for the comedy film  On the Edge and played the main role in the cult horror film Kebab Killer. Nigel is an experienced and versatile film actor and is happy playing comic or dramatic roles. He has worked in feature films as a character actor playing an unfeeling landlord in Sleeping Rough, directed by Owain Astles,  a hectoring life coach in  The Monochrome Man, directed by Nathan Tomnikov, and earlier this year Nigel took the role of Simon, a sadistic killer, in Kirsty’s Promise directed by Jeff Notton.

Nigel has a PhD in Drama and has taught workshops in acting and directing at the universities of Plymouth, Newport, UWE, and the University of South Wales. He combines his part-time teaching with acting work. Nigel has just completed Galahad Jones, directed by Bex Goff, playing alongside Anton lesser and Louis Emerick. In this thirty-minute short film, he has the role of a villainous jewel thief, Captain Fisher.

Nigel is very skilled at improvisation and is always looking to learn more.