Frost at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2013.
|Born||Nicholas John Frost
28 March 1972
Dagenham, East London, England, UK
|Education||Beal High School|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, writer|
Nicholas John "Nick" Frost (born 28 March 1972) is an English actor, comedian and screenwriter. He is best known for his work with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright in the role of Mike Watt in the television comedy Spaced, as well as Ed in Shaun of the Dead, Danny Butterman in Hot Fuzz, Andrew Knightley in The World's End, Clive Gollings in Paul, and drug dealer Ron in Attack the Block. He is also well known for his various roles in the sketch show Man Stroke Woman.
Early life and career
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Frost was born in Dagenham, East London, the son of office furniture designers. He attended Beal High School in Ilford. He worked as a waiter and appeared in corporate training video clips such as Chris Carter and the Coverplan Challenge, a Dixons sales video, before gaining fame as Tim's army-obsessed best friend Mike in the British comedy series Spaced, which was written by Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes and aired on Channel 4 for two series. In 2001, Frost played a small role in a one-off episode of Victoria Wood's Acorn Antiques. This was a specially written episode shown during the series called "The Sketch Show Story" that Victoria narrated, in which Frost played an armed robber who shot dead Acorn Antiques' most lovable character, Mrs Overall.
In 2002, Frost wrote and presented the show Danger! 50,000 Volts!, a spoof of the outdoors survival genre in which SAS experts or the like demonstrated how to improvise solutions to dangerous problems. In the same year, Frost co-wrote and starred in The Sofa of Time with Matt King. In 2004, he appeared in Shaun of the Dead, a "romantic zombie comedy", written by Simon Pegg and Spaced director Edgar Wright. In late 2005, Frost starred in the comedy sketch show Man Stroke Woman on BBC Three. A second series of Man Stroke Woman aired on BBC Three in early 2007. In early 2006, Frost played Commander Henderson in two series of the BBC Two science fiction sitcom, Hyperdrive. Also in 2006, he acted in Kinky Boots. Frost had a small appearance in the British comedy Look Around You, a parody of 1970s/1980s technology parodying the format of shows like Tomorrow's World.
Frost and Pegg appeared in a second Pegg-Wright feature film called Hot Fuzz, an action and cop genre homage, set in Gloucestershire. Frost plays bumbling Constable Danny Butterman, who partners up with Pegg's dynamic Nicholas Angel after the latter is transferred from the Metropolitan Police in London. The pair teamed up again for the 2011 sci-fi film Paul, whose storyline concerned a fugitive alien. The two also starred in Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn as Thomson and Thompson. Frost narrates the Channel 4 reality show Supernanny. He has made fleeting appearances in the Channel 4 surreal medical comedy series Green Wing as "just a man" in pub scenes (when Boyce asks who he is, he responds, "just a man").
Frost is best friends with fellow actor Simon Pegg. He currently resides with his half-Swedish wife, production executive Christina in St Margarets, London. He previously lived in Finsbury Park, which was also the filming location for Shaun of the Dead. In a 2005 interview, Frost stated that he was brought up as a Catholic and is now an atheist. He is a supporter of West Ham United, as well as being a rugby player, formerly playing for Barking RFC. On 22 June 2011, Frost's wife gave birth to a son.
|1998||Big Train||Construction worker||Episode 1|
|2000||Black Books||Security system man||Episode: "The Big Lock-Out"|
|2001||Acorn Antiques||Armed robber|
|2002||The Sofa of Time||Parker|
|Danger! 50,000 Volts!||Host|
|2003||Danger! Incoming Attack!|
|2004||Black Books||Paul||Voice only
Episode: "Moo-Ma and Moo-Pa"
|2005||Twisted Tales||Keith||Episode: "Txt Msg Rcvd"|
|Look Around You||Caveman||Episode: "Music"|
|Hot Jon||Episode: "Live Final"|
|Man Stroke Woman||Various characters|
|2006||Green Wing||Just a man||Episode 1|
|2011||Top Gear||Himself||Series 16, Episode 4|
|A Quiet Word With ...||Series 1, Episode 5|
|Good News Week||1 episode|
|2013||It's Kevin||Himself||Series 1|
|2014||Mr. Sloane||Mr Sloane|
|2004||Shaun of the Dead||Ed||Chainsaw Award for Best Supporting Actor
Nominated - British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer
|2007||Grindhouse||Baby eater||Segment: Don't|
|Hot Fuzz||PC Danny Butterman|
|2008||Wild Child||Mr. Christopher|
|2009||The Boat that Rocked||Dave|
|2011||Paul||Clive Gollings||Also co-writer;
Nominated - National Movie Award for Performance of the Year
|Attack the Block||Ron|
|The Adventures of Tintin||Thomson|
|2012||Snow White & the Huntsman||Nion|
|Ice Age: Continental Drift||Flynn||Voice only|
|2013||The World's End||Andy Knightley||Also executive producer|
|2014||Cuban Fury||Bruce Garrett|
|2015||The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun||Thomson|
|TBA||Snow White & the Huntsman 2||Nion|
- "The Frost Report". bmi Voyager (London). 1 April 2012.
- "Nick Frost: 'I'll do anything for 'Money". The Independent (London). 23 May 2010.
- http://uk.movies.ign.com/articles/661/661277p4.html Retrieved 8 September 2010
- Fringe Comedy Awards Interview Retrieved 8 September 2008
- Naugle, Patrick (14 February 2005). "Night of the Laughing Dead: An Interview With Shaun Of The Dead Writer/Actor Simon Pegg And Co-Star Nick Frost". dvdverdict.com. Retrieved 29 January 2010.
- http://www.monstersandcritics.com/people/news/article_1647062.php/Nick-Frost-reveals-he-s-become-a-dad-for-the-first-time[dead link]
- "A Quiet Word With Simon Pegg And Nick Frost". Official website. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 1 August 2011.
- Nick Frost at the Internet Movie Database
- Frostitution: A Nick Frost Fanpage
- Hamilton Hodell Agency – Nick Frost
- Shaun of the Dead interview
- Hot Fuzz Interview
- Nick Frost – Twitter Page