Nick Gorman

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Nick Gorman (born 7 July 1965) is a television and film director based in the United Kingdom.

Gorman graduated from Dartington College of Arts with a degree in Theatre. He has worked for the BBC and ITV as well as productions for Channel 4. Some of the most notable programmes are EastEnders, Coronation Street, Holby City, Casualty, Holby Blue, The Bill, Girls in Love and Hollyoaks.

His most recent films are Flick, released 19 October 2009, starring Faye Dunaway, and Snappers (2008), starring Joss Stone.

Gorman has two children.

His friend, Menhaj Huda, is the director of the film Kidulthood (2006).

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