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Nick Holder

Nick Holder is a stage and screen performer.

Early in his career, stage work included with the National Theatre, on Nick Hytner’s The Wind in the Willows, Steven Pimlott’s The Miser, Sue Lefton and Jane Gibson’s L’Assommoir, Greg Doran’s Wolfpit, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, David Thacker’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Declan Donellan’s Sweeney Todd. He... Read more >>

Nick Holder

Nick Holder Overview

Nick Holder is a stage and screen performer.

Early in his career, stage work included with the National Theatre, on Nick Hytner’s The Wind in the Willows, Steven Pimlott’s The Miser, Sue Lefton and Jane Gibson’s L’Assommoir, Greg Doran’s Wolfpit, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, David Thacker’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Declan Donellan’s Sweeney Todd. He has worked with the RSC on As You Like It, The Beggars’ Opera, and Antony and Cleopatra.

West End musicals include Nick Hytner’s Miss Saigon at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the part of Thenardier in Trevor Nunn’s Les Miserables in 1997, and Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar (also 1997). In 1998 he made his debut at the Donmar Warehouse with Into the Woods, and in 2001 appeared in Trevor Nunn’s South Pacific at the National. He returned to the West End in 2007 with The Drowsy Chaperone, and in 2011 appeared in Too Much Pressure at the Belgrade Theatre, and as Ron in the award winning London Road at the National, directed by Rufus Norris. As well as playing Ron in London Road, 2012 has seen him play Christopher Sly in of The Taming of the Shrew, and work on The Winter’s Tale, both of which were Royal Shakespeare Company productions directed by Lucy Bailey.

Television work includes Terry Martin in London’s Burning (1998), John Bonham in EastEnders (1999), Gary Whitman in ‘Orrible (2000), and Eddie James in Holby City (2001). He played Dominic Heywood as a semi regular in Doctors in 2003, and appeared in Born and Bred in 2004 and as Garry Fagan in Planespotting in 2005. After a return to Holby City in 2005, this time as Les Brown, in 2006 he became a series regular in Respectable, playing the part of Barry. 2009 saw him gain the part of Bob Dalton in BBC’s Psychoville, and in 2011 he returned once more to Holby City as Larry Hammond. He played the part of Sgt Cowley in HBO and BBC’s production of Parade’s End in 2011, and made appearances in Some Girls, The Job Lot and Peaky Blinders in 2012.

Film work includes Evita (1996), The Criminal (1999), The Final Curtain (2000), Four Feathers (2001), Sex Lives of the Potato Men (2003), and the lead part of Ray Carlton in Lady Godiva: Back in the Saddle (2006). In 2011, he played Dave Toad in Broken and appeared in Anna Karenina. 2012 saw him play Andre in Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables, and appear in Edgar Wright’s The World’s End.

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