Nicholas Jones (actor)

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Nicholas Jones
Nicholas Jones as Captain Triggers.jpg
Born 3 April 1946
London, England, UK

Nicholas Jones (born 3 April 1946) is an English character actor of film and television.

Early life[edit]

Jones was born in London, the younger brother of actress Gemma Jones. They are the children of actor Griffith Jones (1909-2007).

Jones was educated at Westminster School and he trained as an actor at RADA and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He then appeared on stage at the National Theatre and the Old Vic.


He followed in his father's footsteps by appearing with the Royal Shakespeare Company (1999),[1] and has also starred at Shakespeare's Globe.[2] One of his first screen roles was as Laertes opposite Richard Chamberlain's Hamlet in 1970.



On television he is perhaps best known for his role as Captain Triggers in the 1970s World War I series, Wings. He has also appeared in the following roles and series:

Other TV appearances include:

Waking the Dead ( Care) 2 episodes 2011


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