Nicholas Jones (actor)
Nicholas Jones (born 3 April 1946) is an English character actor who has appeared on stage, film and television.
|Born||3 April 1946|
|Alma mater||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art|
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
|Relatives||Gemma Jones (sister)|
He followed in his father's footsteps by appearing with the Royal Shakespeare Company (1999), and has also starred at Shakespeare's Globe. One of his first screen roles was as Laertes opposite Richard Chamberlain's Hamlet in 1970.
He has also appeared in the following roles and series:
- Luker in P. D. James Unnatural Causes
- 1st Lt. Buckland in 2 episodes of Hornblower
- Squire Abington in 2 episodes of Lillie
- Eugene Wrayburn in Our Mutual Friend
- Nikolai in 3 episodes of Anna Karenina
- Mr. Merdle's Butler in 4 episodes of Little Dorrit
- Mark Howard in 2 episodes of Coronation Street
- Hereward in 4 episodes of The Flame Trees of Thika
- Andrew Paget in 5 episodes of The Price
- Emperor Franz Joseph in 1 episode of The Strauss Family
- Sir William Chambers in 1 episode of Foyle's War
- Mr Gilmore in The Woman in White
Other TV appearances include:
- Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less (1990)
- A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (1990)
- Unnatural Causes (1993)
- Lipstick on Your Collar (1993)
- Sharpe's Company (1994)
- Bramwell (1995)
- A Touch of Frost (1996)
- The Beggar Bride (1997)
- The Alan Clark Diaries (2004), as Peter Morrison, MP
- Sensitive Skin (2005)
- Dunkirk (2005) - Major Angus McCorquodale
- New Tricks (2005)
- Spooks (2006)
- Margaret (2009), as Tim Renton, MP
- The Shadow Line (2011)
- Waking the Dead ( Care) 2 episodes 2011
- Silk (2012)
- Holby City (2012)
- Henry IV, Part II (2012), as the Archbishop of York
- Twenty Twelve (2012)
- The Best of Men (2012) - Major-General Harold Henry Blake
- Father Brown (2014) - Colonel Cecil Gerard
- The Crown (2016) - Charles Wilson
- The Worst Witch (2017) - The Great Wizard
- The RSC Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream
- Lyn Gardner (7 July 2006). "Antony and Cleopatra". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
- Plays International. Chancery Publications Limited. 1998. p. 14.
- Adam Sweeting (30 March 1999). "Kavanagh hangs up his wig". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
- Beth Hardie (29 April 2018). "Who is in The Woman in White cast with EastEnders' Ben Hardy and what's it about?". The Mirror.
- Brian McFarlane (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Manchester University Press. p. 403. ISBN 978-1-5261-1197-5.
- "BBC - Amanda Holden joins the cast of CBBC's the Worst Witch - Media Centre".