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Nathaniel Martello-White is a British actor and writer. Having appeared in several productions of the National Youth Theatre, he graduated from RADA in 2006 and since has performed in films, television shows and theatre.
His film credits include Deadmeat (2007), The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008), Red Tails, Hard Boiled Sweets and Life Just Is (all 2012). He has also appeared in the television programmes Doctors, Trial & Retribution, Party Animals, Mongrels, Law & Order: UK, Misfits, Death in Paradise, Silk and Horrible Histories.
His theatre credits include Edward II and Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Marat/Sade with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Joe Turner's Come and Gone at the Young Vic; and in People, Places and Things (2015) at the National Theatre, and when the production transferred to the Wyndham's Theatre in March 2016.
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