Nigel has 35 years of experience in Theatre Practice incorporating Acting, Directing, producing, business training and Personal Management.
As a professional actor he has been in over 100 productions worldwide including London’s West End and Steven Berkoff’s company. He has directed Zza Zza Gabor in Hollywood and still lives to tell the tale. On television he has performed in ‘Dr Who’ and among many appearances was Mr Davies the PE teacher in BBC’s ‘Grange Hill, The Professionals, Minder, The Dick Emery Shows, The story of English and ‘Middlemarch’ for the BBC.
In association with The Sheraton, Le Meridien and Shangri La Hotels in The Far East and The Middle Easter. Nigel has produced and performed with Roger Lloyd Pack, Susan Penhaligon, Lorraine Chase ‘Simply Barbra’ and over the last five years a hugely successful collaboration with Richard Shelton as ‘Sinatra’, Apphia Campbell as Nina Simone and Oliver Harris as The Young Elvis Presley.
In the business sector he has had extensive coaching/skill practice involvement across the public, private and voluntary sectors and is currently working with The British Army on their E&D programme, The Horizons leadership programme in India. Nigel is consultant Artistic Director of The Garnett Foundation.
His drama workshops in schools and universities have been a huge success all over the world and he was ‘Artist in Residence at The American School in Singapore with the late Susannah York. Nigel has presented his workshops which deal with ‘Acting in Performance’ ‘Voice’ ‘Shakespeare’ ’Presenting with Confidence’ and ‘Storytelling’, in Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and extensively across Europe.