Nick Tatham

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Nick Tatham
Born (1983-06-11) June 11, 1983 (age 33)
Origin Hong Kong
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter

Nick Tatham (born 11 June 1983, Hong Kong) is a British singer-songwriter who has dealt with Tourette syndrome for most of his life whilst writing and recording ballads, pop songs and other assorted modern music.[1]

Tatham has appeared in several BBC television documentaries[2] and received the "Meridian Tonight Young Hero Award", live on TV in 2002, for his contributions to local music and his constant optimism and strength in dealing with his condition.[3] In 2004 Tatham took the lead role in school student Richard Booth's Live for the Moment, a film drama which chronicled the life of a person with Tourette's syndrome.[4]

On 20 April 2012 Tatham appeared in the blind auditions of the BBC talent series, The Voice, but failed to persuade any of the judging panel to choose him.[5]


  • Nick Tatham Carousel (2005 & 2006)
  • Love is All Around (2002)[1]
  • Tourette Blues (2000)

Music videos[edit]

  • Different (single) (2006), directed by Richard Booth


  1. ^ a b Eamonn McCusker, Nick Tatham - Love Is All Around, The Digital Fix, 28 April 2004.
  2. ^ Inside Out South BBC One - 23/09/2013
  3. ^ TSA. Victories: Tatham (PDF)[full citation needed]
  4. ^ Live for the Moment (unclassified), Dorset Echo, 22 October 2004. Retrieved 2013-04-24.
  5. ^ Lisa McGarry, The Voice 2013: Tourette’s sufferer Nick Tatham chooses the wrong song & fails blind audition!, UnrealityTV, 20 April 2013.

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