Nigel is an actor and comedian.  He was a choral scholar at Cambridge University where he gained a Law Degree before qualifying as a solicitor. Not only is he an amazing singer, pianist and improviser, he is fluent in French, German and British Sign Language, he is an experienced Tarot-card reader and has a blue belt in Judo. He writes and presents the comedy drama podcast Dying Breeds.


Nigel can currently be seen in Matthew Vaughn’s The King’s Man and in a series of idents for E4/Indeed. He has played Sid Butler in Home Front for BBC Radio 4 and played Shakespeare in Sondheim’s The Frogs at the Jermyn St Theatre. He is a regular cast member of Showstoppers: The Improvised Musical! and he voices Percy and Trevor in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.


Nigel’s other stage credits include Human v Animal (Soho Theatre); Sweeney Todd and Company (Union Theatre); Lulu (ENO); Passion (Bridewell Theatre); Hummingbirds (Young Vic).


Screen-wise, his credits include Richard Hammond’s Secret Service (BBC1); Grandpa in my Pocket (CBeebies); The London Requiem (BBC); The Slammer (CBBC); Sparks and Embers (Cinemagine); Thinking Inside the Box (JH Films); Lonely Hearts (Third Light Films).