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Nicholas Burns

Nicholas Burns has worked extensively on television. His many credits include the part of Adam in EastEnders (2002), Tranter in A Touch of Frost (2003), Nick Mayer in Absolute Power (2004), King in The Might Boosh’s second series (2005), and Michael in Born Equal (2006) and Jack/Joel Britten in Marple: At Bertram’s Hotel (2006). 2007 saw him appear in Roman’s Empire, The IT Crowd Series 2, Never Better... Read more >>

Nicholas Burns

Nicholas Burns Overview

Nicholas Burns has worked extensively on television. His many credits include the part of Adam in EastEnders (2002), Tranter in A Touch of Frost (2003), Nick Mayer in Absolute Power (2004), King in The Might Boosh’s second series (2005), and Michael in Born Equal (2006) and Jack/Joel Britten in Marple: At Bertram’s Hotel (2006). 2007 saw him appear in Roman’s Empire, The IT Crowd Series 2, Never Better and Other People, and in 2008 he worked on No Heroics, Mr. Eleven and Monday Monday. Between 2006 and 2009, he played Martin Weedon in three series of Benidorm. 2010 saw him play Mark in Psychoville, and in 2011 he played Mr Bruce in EggBox. In 2012, he appeared as DCI Rosser in New Tricks, and as Julian in Switch.

Stage credits include playing Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew at the Nottingham Playhouse, in 2002, following this with a West End stint at the Arts Theatre, in The Madness of George Dubya in 2003. 2003 saw him perform at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in The Two Gentlemen of Verona (as Valentine) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (as Demetrius). In 2004, he played Valentine in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia at the Bristol Old Vic and Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and in 2005 played Claudio in Josie Rourke’s production of Much Ado About Nothing at the Sheffield Crucible. In 2008 he played Tom in Neil LaBute’s play Fat Pig, and in 2010 appeared as Mike Priddle in Ghost Stories. 2011 saw him play John in The Village Bike by Penelope Skinner at the Royal Court Theatre in London, and then appeared in 66 Books at the Bush Theatre. In 2012, he gained the part of Worthy in The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Warehouse in Josie Rourke’s inaugural production as Artistic Director.

Other credits include the 2012 film The World’s End, the part of Steve in the short film Hard to Swallow in 2006, and the title role in the BBC’s short film The World According to Albert Landers in 2008.

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