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Nicholas Bell (born 15 August 1958 in Huddersfield, West Riding of Yorkshire) is an English actor who has worked in Australia for more than 20 years.[1] He works regularly with the Melbourne Theatre Company as well as with all the major television broadcasters in Australia, most notably the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. In addition to his work in film and television, Bell has also recorded over a dozen audiobooks with Bolinda, a company based in Melbourne, Australia.[2]

Nicholas Bell
Born (1958-08-15) 15 August 1958 (age 60)
OccupationActor
Years active1962–present

In 2001 he accepted on behalf of the cast and crew of the Australian comedy series The Games the TV Week Logie Award for Most Outstanding Comedy Program.[3]

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Film and televisionEdit

FilmEdit

TV series creditsEdit

TV guest creditsEdit

UK TV creditsEdit

TheatreEdit

Australia:

UK:

  • Breezeblock Park, York Theatre Royal Company, 1983
  • Hamlet, York Theatre Royal Company, 1983
  • Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985
  • Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985 and 1986 (touring Australia)
  • Henry V, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985
  • Red Noses, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985
  • Loves Labours Lost, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985

AudiobooksEdit

  • Reader of Barack Obama: The Movement for Change by Anthony Painter, 2009
  • Reader of The Lieutenant by Kate Grenville, 2008
  • Reader of Hurry Up and Meditate and Buddhism for Busy People by David Michie, 2008
  • Reader of John by Niall Williams, 2008
  • Reader of Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI, 2008
  • Reader of Walking Ollie and Along Came Dylan by Stephen Foster, 2008
  • Reader of the part of Julian in Us by Richard Mason, 2005
  • Reader of In the Evil Day by Peter Temple, 2008
  • Reader of Murder at the Nineteenth by J.M. Gregson, 2001
  • Reader of Buddhism for Busy People: Finding Happiness in an Uncertain World by David Michie, 2008
  • Reader of Along Came Dylan by Stephen Foster, 2008
  • Reader of The leader's way by the Dalai Llama and Laurens van den Muyzenberg, 2009
  • Reader of Think! Before it's too late by Edward de Bono, 2010

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nicholas Bell". The New York Times.
  2. ^ "Bolinda Audio". Bolinda Audio.
  3. ^ "2001 Logie Awards". TV Week Logie Awards. Archived from the original on 17 February 2014.

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