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25 December 1958 |
Nicholas Hope (born 25 December 1958) is an Australian actor, living in Sydney, Australia.
Hope was born in Manchester, England. He is probably best known for his role in Bad Boy Bubby (1993), for which he won the Australian Film Institute Best Actor in a Leading Role award in 1994. He continues to work in film, theatre and television in Australia and Europe.
In 2004, he published a memoir called Brushing the Tip of Fame, and in 2006 produced a monologue "The Colour of Panic", which played in Sydney (The Studio, Sydney Opera House) and Oslo (Det Åpne Teater).
- Bad Boy Bubby (1993) – Bubby
- Exile (1994)
- The Goddess of 1967 (2000) – Grandpa
- Scooby-Doo (2002) – Old Man Smithers
- Paradise Found (2003) – Maurrin
- Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) – Christian Van Dyke who only appears in one trailer, not in the film
- Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler? (2006) – Geoffrey Chandler
- Uro (2006)
- The Prime Minister is Missing (2008) – William McMahon
- 3 Acts of Murder (2009) – Harry Manning
- Redd Inc. (2012)
- Double Happiness Uranium (2013)
- Gallipoli (2015)
- The Daughter (2015)
- Australia: The Dream is Dead, article written by Hope (Norwegian)
- Interview from July 2004
- Nicholas Hope at the Internet Movie Database
- Hope takes the rap
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