Nigel Fairs

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Nigel Fairs is a British actor, writer and producer.

He trained at Bretton Hall College and has appeared in a number of theatre productions, most notably as Christopher Wren in the long-running London stage production of The Mousetrap. On television, he has appeared in EastEnders and as a Dalek on Blue Peter. He has had 26 stage plays produced, and two musicals.

He currently works for Big Finish Productions, as a composer, and was the producer of their Sapphire and Steel and The Tomorrow People ranges. A common style of both ranges is an increase in emotional content, the exploration of ongoing themes and, in the case of The Tomorrow People, long-running story arcs. As well as writing individual stories for both these ranges, he has contributed to the company’s Doctor Who range in February 2007 with The Blue Tooth, and later The Catalyst and Empathy Games, both starring Louise Jameson. In 2007, he contributed to the short-story collection Short Trips: Snapshots. Prior to his work for Big Finish, he was a regular writer and director for BBV.

Big Finish Productions[edit]

His work for Big Finish Productions includes:

As a director: Dead Man Walking, The Mystery of the Missing Hour, Daisy Chain, All Fall Down, The Lighthouse, The School, The Surest Poison, Water Like a Stone, Doctor Who: Scaredy Cat and The Blind Painter.

As an actor: Gallifrey: Pandora, Professor Bernice Summerfield: Walking to Babylon, Professor Bernice Summerfield: Dragons' Wrath, Doctor Who: The Shadow of the Scourge, Doctor Who: Nekromanteia and Dark Shadows: Final Judgement.

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