Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Nickolas Grace Biography (1949-)
Born November 21, 1949, in West Kirby, England; son of Leslie Halliwell and Jean (Cave-Mathieson) Grace. Addresses: AGENT--c/o Julian Belfrage Associates, 60 St. James's Street, London SW1, England.
- Birth Details
- November 21, 1949
- West Kirby, England
- STAGE DEBUT--Second watch, Much Ado about Nothing, Royalty Theatre, Chester, U.K.
- LONDON DEBUT--Ernie, Erb, Strand Theatre, 1970.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Steve, The Sport of My Mad Mother, Theatre Upstairs, London, 1970.
- Alfio, A Yard of Sun, Old Vic Theatre, London, 1970.
- Ward, My Foot, My Tutor, Open Space Theatre, London, 1971.
- title role, Hamlet, Derby Playhouse, Derby, U.K., 1975.
- emcee, Cabaret, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, U.K., 1978.
- Renfield, Dracula, Shaftesbury Theatre, London, 1978.
- Fribble, Miss in Her Teens, Mungo, The Padlock, and Nicholas Beckett, What the Butler Saw, all Old Vic Theatre, London, 1979.
- Rudge, Next Time I'll Sing to You, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1980.
- Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, then Old Vic Theatre, London, both 1980.
- Edgar, King Lear, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1980.
- Falkland, The Rivals, Greenwich Theatre, 1981.
- title role, Richard II, Young Vic Theatre, 1981.
- Voltaire and Pangloss, Candide, and Touchstone, As You Like It, both Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1982.
- Pseudolus, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1983.
- Mozart, Amadeus, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1983.
- Koko, The Mikado, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, 1984.
- Sir Joseph Porter, HMS Pinafore, Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1984, then 1987.
- Foster, Jenkins' Ear, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1987.
- Also appeared in repertory at the Library Theatre, Manchester, U.K., andwith the Frinton Theatre Company, Frinton, U.K., both 1969; and as Voltaire,Pangloss, and Martin, Candide, Scottish Opera, 1988.
- With the Royal Shakespeare Company, all Stratford-on-Avon, U.K. and London, unless indicated: Alyoshka, The Lower Depths, second priest, Murder in theCathedral, Aumerle, Richard II, and Biondello, The Taming of the Shrew, all1972-73; Aumerle, Richard II, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY, 1974;Hitler, Schweyk, Florizel, The Winter's Tale, Aenaes, Troilus and Cressida, Dromio of Ephesus, The Comedy of Errors, Abel Drugger, The Alchemist, Coco, The Days of the Commune, and Witwoud, The Way of the World, all 1976-78.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK
- Movement director, The Contractor, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1969.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Dickie, Chips with Everything, Cambridge Theatre Company, U.K.
- cities, 1970.
- player queen and second gravedigger, Hamlet, Prospect Theatre Company, U.K. cities, 1971.
- Kyle, The Gentle Hook, U.K. cities, 1975.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Harry, Heat and Dust, Universal, 1982.
- Oscar Wilde, Salome's Last Dance, Vestron, 1988.
- Also appeared in City of the Dead, 1975; Europe after the Rain, 1978; asRichard, Sleepwalker, 1984; title role, Lorca: Death of a Poet, 1987; Himmel,The Falcon's Malteser, 1988; and as the father, Dream Demon.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Anthony Blanche, Brideshead Revisited, PBS, 1980.
- Also Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin of Sherwood, 1984-86.
- MINI-SERIES Sir Christopher Swan, Lace, ABC, 1984.
- Lord Nelson, Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story, ABC, 1987.
- Grossman, Max Headroom, ABC.
- Secundra Dass, The Master of Ballantrae, CBS, 1984.
- Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin Hood and the Sorcerer, Showtime, 1983.
- Also appeared as Mordred, Morte d'Arthur, 1983; de Walden, The Last Placeon Earth, 1985; Hitler, Unreported Incident, 1988; waiter, Huis Clos; and inThe Love School, The Professionals, and The Serpent Son.
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