Nick originates from Eastbourne, where he first performed on the professional stage at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre in a “summer show” starring the great comic Billy Burden.  Nick went on to study drama at the Birmingham old Repertory Theatre School.  After training for the theatre, Nick’s first role was playing the comic character Ben-It in an original production of the musical pantomime; Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves directed by Avis Bunnage at the Theatre, Chipping Norton.

He went on to work at theatres across the country including the Theatre Royal, Windsor, the Key Theatre Peterborough, the Grand Theatre, Swansea, the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, the Festival Theatre, Malvern, the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, the Lyceum Theatre, Crewe, the Theatre Royal Norwich and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford.

Playing comic roles, dysfunctional characters and policeman became a regular theme for Nick. He also performs stand-up comedy for corporate events and business meetings, where he is proving a great success delivering routines in his unique sardonic style.

In recent years Nick has moved more in to the production side of theatre which includes stage and company management, production planning and directing.

Through Nicks extensive expertise and knowledge of theatre and the entertainment industry Nick was approached to represent actors and he is pleased to announce that he is now sole personal manager for Craig Ansell. Nick is working closely with Craig to develop and grow his career.