Nicolas Woodman

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Nicolas Woodman
Born Nicolas Woodman
(1986-03-21) 21 March 1986 (age 31)
Birmingham, England
Residence Birmingham
Other names Nick Woodman
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003 - present

Nicolas Woodman (born 21 March 1986 in Birmingham) is an English actor best known for playing Jack Hollins in the BBC soap, Doctors from 2009-2012.[1]

Television career[edit]

Nicolas started acting professionally in 2001 when he appeared at the Royal Festival Hall alongside John Thaw and Sheila Hancock amongst other names, In a production of Peter Pan. In 2005 he appeared in the BBC' Afternoon plays. He appeared at The Birmingham REP in 2006 in a production called Bolt Hole directed by Nick Bagnall. In the same year he recorded several episodes of the radio show Silver street. Two years later he had a regular role as Jamie in Nearly Famous where he appeared in five episodes in 2007. In 2008 Woodman played a student in the programme Teenage Kicks for one episode. In 2009 he landed a regular role in the BBC Birmingham daytime soap opera, Doctors, set in the fictional town of Letherbridge just south-east of Birmingham. He played Jack Hollins, a character studying Law at the town university. He left the show in September 2012.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Woodman is a runner and has participated in the Great North Run, The Birmingham Half Marathon and the London Marathon where in 2012 he recorded a time of 3 hours.[2]

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