8 October 1980|
Warrington, Cheshire, UK
Nathan Head (born 8 October 1980) is a British actor known for his work in independent horrors. He trained in Manchester, where he took acting classes at the Northern Actors Centre, whose patrons included Sarah Lancashire, Shobna Gulati and Brigit Forsyth.
Nathan Head first rose to success with his role as demonic Raymond Korkinsky in the award-winning film The Archangel Murders, which was shown at Cannes in 2010. The film had a limited theatrical release in October 2009, playing alongside Halloween and Someone's Knocking at the Door. Head also voiced a character in the animated spin-off Underworld Tales.
The Horror Genre
Nathan Head is best known for his work in the British horror genre, notably his leading roles in the films Theatre Of Fear and the mockbuster Exorcist Chronicles. Theatre Of Fear entered the Asda UK DVD charts at number 19 and Exorcist Chronicles gained recognition in America upon its release via Time Warner Cable. Both films received positive reviews from Silver Screen magazine, Scream Magazine and Rue Morgue magazine as well as being featured in The Guardian and leading genre publication Fangoria Magazine, Exorcist Chronicles' popularity even led to Nathan Head appearing on BBC Merseyside to talk about his love for the horror genre and his years of experience in acting in horror prosthetics, creature makeup and special effects makeup.
|Title||Role||Director / Production Company|
|Ouijageist (2018)||Mark||John R. Walker, ScrapFilms|
|Jurassic Predator (2018)||Dominic||Andrew Jones, North Bank Entertainment / Sony Pictures|
|Hellriser (2017) - nominated for National Film Awards 'best thriller' 2018||Colin Green||Steve Lawson, Creativ Studios / 88 Films|
|The Toymaker (2017)||Officer Heinrich Berger||Andrew Jones, North Bank Entertainment / Sony Pictures|
|Grindsploitation (2016)||Nathan||Tony Newton, Troma|
|Book Of The Dead (2015)||Stuart||Damian Morter, Safehouse Pictures / Wonderphil Productions|
|Legacy Of Thorn (2014)||John Lawrence||MJ Dixon, Mycho Entertainment / Red:Fuse Releasing|
|Theatre Of Fear (2014)||Trinculo Moreau||Andrew Jones, North Bank Entertainment / 4Digital Media|
|Dead Walkers: Rise Of The 4th Reich (2013)||Professor Mastema||Philip Gardiner, Chemical Burn Entertainment / Gravitas Ventures|
|Exorcist Chronicles (2013)||||Philip Gardiner, Reality Entertainment / Time Warner Cable|
|The Zombie King (2012) ||The Third Soul||Aidan Bellizaire, Northerngirl Productions / Templeheart Films|
|The Damned United (2009)||Photographer||Tom Hooper, BBC Films / Sony Pictures|
|Tuck Bushman and the Legend Of Piddledown Dale (2009)||Ray The Roofer||Chris Lumb, Lumbfilm / Chemical Burn Entertainment|
|The Archangel Murders (2009)||Raymond Korkinsky||Sean Candon, CM Films|
|Goal III: Taking on the World (2009)||Stand-in for Kuno Becker||Andrew Morahan, Milkshake Films|
|Year||Title||Role||Director / Production Company||Broadcast|
|2015||Y Lle||Dorian D'Arcane / Himself||Antena||S4C / Channel 4|
|2013||Robot Wars: Battling On||Narrator||Nikhil Chavda, Robot Wars LLC||Official Documentary|
|2012||The Sleeper Effect||Damien Longley||Aidan Bellizaire, Footlong Films||(unaired pilot)|
|2011||Crimes That Shook Britain||John Light||Johnny Perks, Title Role||The History Channel, Bio & Crime and Investigation Network|
|2007||Doctors||Clarky||Chris Jury, BBC||BBC1|
|2007||The Street||Sarah's Boyfriend||Terry McDonough, ITV Productions||BBC1|
|2007||Doctor Who Voyage of the Damned||Glamorous Man (uncredited)||James Strong, BBC||BBC1|
From August 2009 to July 2011 Nathan Head could be heard on the weekly Matinée Show on 103.6FM, Sundays 15:00 to 17:00. He was part of the Matinée team since Summer 2009 and as well as co-presenting the show he also read the entertainment news following the highlights from the Sky News Centre at 16:00.
Nathan produced and hosted a feature on Online World Radio called The Showbiz Slot, covering various entertainment themed subjects. The show was initially broadcast on Online World Radio in 2010 and then later released on iTunes as a podcast in 2011 with a second series released in 2012.
- "Nathan Head on Babelcolour's 11th Anniversary". YouTube. Retrieved 3 Sep 2017.