Nick Caldecott

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Nick Caldecott (born 5 June 1968) is a British stage actor.

Caldecott was born in Northern Ireland. His early career began at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester where he appeared in productions of Lady Windermere's Fan,[1] the 1997 premiere of The Candidate[2] and Ben Keaton's production of Bats,[3] amongst other roles.[4]

Following appearances at the Watermill Theatre and as Phileas Fogg in the 2006 Bristol Old Vic production of Around the World in Eighty Days,[5][6] Caldecott starred as Algenon in The Importance of Being Earnest at the Derby Playhouse.[7]

In 2008 he starred in She Stoops To Conquer at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton[8] and as John Middleton Murry alongside Ed Stoppard in the DH Lawrence biopic On the Rocks at the Hampstead Theatre.[9][10][11][12] He also appeared as P. G. Wodehouse's Psmith in the BBC Radio 4 production of Psmith in the City[13] before returning to the Royal Exchange in 2009 in the role of Reverend Lionel Toop in See How They Run.[14][15][16]

Caldecott has expanded his career to include television with a role as Reverend Rick Peach in Coronation Street.[17]

In 2015 Caldecott appeared as Monsieur Fernel in BBC's TV series The Musketeers episode 2.6 "Through a Glass Darkly".

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.royalexchange.co.uk/history/1996/LADY%20WINDERMERE%27S%20FAN.htm  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ http://www.royalexchange.co.uk/history/1997/THE%20CANDIDATE.htm  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Shuttleworth, Ian (1999-11-30), Review of Bats, retrieved 2009-03-03 
  4. ^ "Nick Caldecott". 
  5. ^ Brien, Jeremy (2006-02-27), Around The World in Eighty Days Review, The Stage, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  6. ^ "Bristol Old Vic: Around the World in 80 Days". 
  7. ^ Orme, Steve (2007), The Importance of Being Earnest Review, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  8. ^ Hannam, John (2008-12-16), She Stoops To Conquer Review, The Stage, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  9. ^ Billington, Michael (2008-07-02), On the Rocks Review, The Guardian, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  10. ^ Spencer, Charles (2008-07-03), On the Rocks: the dark delights of DH Lawrence in love - and at war, The Daily Telegraph, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  11. ^ Bassett, Kate (2008-07-06), On the Rocks, Hampstead Theatre, London, The Independent, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  12. ^ Austin, Jeremy (2008-07-02), On the Rocks Review, The Stage, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  13. ^ "Psmith in the City". 
  14. ^ Hickling, Alfred (2009-01-06), See How They Run Review, The Guardian, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  15. ^ Letts, Quentin (2009-01-08), More tee-hee vicar? Laughter runs riot at this religious farce, The Daily Mail, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  16. ^ Anglesey, Natalie (2008-12-16), See How They Run Review, The Stage, retrieved 2009-03-02 
  17. ^ Robertson, Colin (2009-03-09), "Corrie's new vicar sparks unholy row", The Sun, retrieved 2009-03-02 [dead link]

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