Nigel Havers has worked on a variety of different projects, appearing on stage, television and in films. In 1981 he played the part of Lord Andrew Lindsay in the film...Read More
Nigel Havers has worked on a variety of different projects, appearing on stage, television and in films. In 1981 he played the part of Lord Andrew Lindsay in the film Chariots of Fire, and in 1984 was Ronny Heaslop in the television series A Passage to India, based on the novel by E. M. Forster.
Between 1985 and 1987 he appeared in three films, Burke and Wills, The Whistle Blower, and Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun. With parts in the BBC’s The Heart Surgeon and USA Network’s Bridge of Time in 1997, he also made his West End debut this year as Serge in Art. 1998 saw him play Dr. Paige in Dangerfield, and in 1999 he played Hofstadter in the film of Paradise Lost.
In 2001 he worked on three television shows, The Gentleman Thief, Murder in Mind, and in two series of Manchild. 2003 was dominated by stage performances, with the part of Pierre in See You Next Tuesday at the Albery Theatre, and touring with Art. In 2004 he played Henry Williamson on BBC Television’s Born and Bred, and in played David Niven in the film The Life and Death of Peter Sellers. In 2005 he played Peter Hillman in the TV show Open Wide, and performed on stage as Maxim de Wynter in Rebecca.Read Less
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