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Nigel Harman

Nigel Harman has appeared on a number of well known television shows. Most famous for playing Dennis Rickman between 2003 and 2005 in EastEnders, he subsequently appeared as Nathan Hyde in The Outsiders in 2006. 2007 saw him work on Channel 4’s Plus One and City of Vice, and on the BBC’s Larkrise to Candelford. In 2008 he played Sam Franklyn in Hotel Babylon, and in 2009 appeared on The Mirror Cracked/Marple.

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Nigel Harman

Nigel Harman Overview

Nigel Harman has appeared on a number of well known television shows. Most famous for playing Dennis Rickman between 2003 and 2005 in EastEnders, he subsequently appeared as Nathan Hyde in The Outsiders in 2006. 2007 saw him work on Channel 4’s Plus One and City of Vice, and on the BBC’s Larkrise to Candelford. In 2008 he played Sam Franklyn in Hotel Babylon, and in 2009 appeared on The Mirror Cracked/Marple.

Harman made his West End stage debut in 1997 at the Adelphi Theatre, playing Mickey in Damn Yankees. In 1999 he took to Jermyn Street Theatre in Signing Off, and played Eddie in Phyllida Lloyd’s production of Mamma Mia. 2000 saw him feature in Pirates of Penzance, Much Ado About Nothing, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, all at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. In 2001 he played Roddey in Three Sisters at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Kevin Cartwright in Michael Grandage’s Privates on Parade at the Donmar Warehouse, and Miss Shepherd’s Doctor in Lady in the Van at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. In 2006 he returned to London to play in The Exonerated at the Riverside Studios and to star as Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls at the Piccadilly Theatre, again under Michael Grandage’s direction.

In 2007, 2009 and 2012 he worked with director Jamie Lloyd to play Mick in The Caretaker at the Tricycle in London and Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Pip and Theo in Three Days of Rain, and in School for Scandal at the Theatre Royal Bath. He also appeared in Public Property at the Trafalgar Studios in 2009, in Celebration at the Gate Theatre in 2010, as Lord Farquaard in Shrek the Musical in 2011, and most recently in 2012 played Guy Jones in Trevor Nunn’s production of A Chorus of Disapproval in the West End.

Film work includes playing Ginge Thomas in the Warner Brothers’ film Blood Diamond, in 2006, and Jess Contrad in Telstar in 2007.

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