Nicola Reynolds

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Nicola Reynolds
Born Nicola Reynolds
(1972-07-26) 26 July 1972 (age 44)
Pontypridd, Wales
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–2014

Nicola Jane Reynolds (born 26 July 1972, Pontypridd) is a Cardiff-based Welsh actress.[1]


After appearing in the 1999 film Human Traffic, she appeared in a series of jobbing roles, including Clocking Off[2] and High Hopes. Reynolds also appeared in Scrum 4 as Meg.[3] She made her public break through in the children's CBBC show The Story of Tracy Beaker as head care worker Shelley Appleton.[1] She appeared as Ros in Abi Morgans BAFTA winning series "Murder" for the BBC, alongside Julie Walters, playing her daughter. During this period, she also became part of an ensemble around comedian turned actor Johnny Vegas. She has starred alongside him in Sex Lives of the Potato Men[4] and on BBC Three's Ideal.[5] In 2009, Reynolds also acted in a BBC1 Film Drama Framed, playing Bethan Hughes, a Welsh mother of four.[6] In October 2013, Reynolds appeared in the BBC One's daytime soap opera, Doctors playing Dr. Robyn Pattison, a doctor in Letherbridge for a conference and has a fling with Dr. Heston Carter.[7] She has, in the last few years returned to theatre in a number of successful touring productions.

Personal life[edit]

Reynolds has a daughter named Matilda.[1]


Year Show Role Notes
1999 Human Traffic Nina Movie
1999 The Guardians Unknown Unknown
2001 Clocking Off PC Crane 1 episode
2002 Murder Roz Finch TV Movie
2002 High Hopes Jennifer Brookes 1 episode
2003 Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill Gossiping Housewife 2 TV Movie
2004, 2006 The Story of Tracy Beaker Shelley Appleton Series Regular (s. 3)
5 Episodes (s. 5)
2004 Sex Lives of the Potato Men Poppy Movie
2004 Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me Shelley Appleton TV Movie
2009 Framed Bethan Hughes TV Movie
2005-2011 Ideal Nicki Series Regular
2013 Stella Shelley Evans 1 episode
2013 The Machine Joan TV Film
2013 Doctors Dr. Robyn Pattison 2 episodes
2014 Benny & Jolene Kathryn Movie


  1. ^ a b c Mainwaring, Rachel (9 May 2009). "An ideal job for a Nicola Reynolds...". WalesOnline. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  2. ^ Unknown, Unknown (7 May 2001). "Ronnie's Story". BBC One. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  3. ^ Unknown, Unknown (7 May 2001). "Katherine Jenkins on song for BBC Wales' Scrum 4". BBC One. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  4. ^ B, Matt. "British Film - Sex Lives of the Potato Men". European Film Review. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  5. ^ Unknown, Unknown (22 February 2006). "Johnny Vegas makes Ideal return to BBC THREE". BBC Press Office. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  6. ^ Unknown, Unknown (4 September 2009). "Framed". BBC One. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  7. ^ Unknown, Unknown (3 October 2013). "Viva Las Letherbridge - Part 1". BBC One. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 

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