|Spouse(s)||Dilys Watling (marriage annulled)|
Trained at the Guildford School of Acting, Teale made his television debut in The Mimosa Boys in 1984. in 1985, he appeared in the Doctor Who serial Vengeance on Varos as "Maldak". His film debut was in War Requiem in 1989. He later appeared in Knights of God (1989), Great Expectations (1989), The Fifteen Streets (1989) and Boon (1990) before being cast as Will Scarlet in the 1991 film Robin Hood.
He later appeared as Lophakin in the 1999 adaptation of The Cherry Orchard, opposite Charlotte Rampling as Ranevskaya and Alan Bates as Gayev. He played the infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler in Conspiracy. He also had parts In Midsomer Murders and Lewis.
In 2005, he played a lead role in Marian, Again, in which he was the abusive husband of Harrison's eponymous character. He also did voice over narration for "Tales from the Green Valley", one of several farm series he has done for the BBC.
In 2006, he appeared in the Torchwood episode "Countrycide". Also in 2006 he had a role in the HBO UK TV movie Tsunami: The Aftermath. In 2007, he guest-starred in the Doctor Who audio drama The Mind's Eye. In the same year, he starred in The Last Legion. In 2011, Teale appeared as Ser Alliser Thorne in Game of Thrones, the HBO TV adaptation of George R. R. Martin's novel series A Song of Ice and Fire, replacing at short notice Derek Halligan. He reprised this role in Season 4, Season 5, and Season 6.
In 2012, he played Dai in the comedy-drama series Stella and Robert Holland, the fictional UK Foreign Secretary, in the drama series Kidnap and Ransom. He also played Chief Inspector Osborne in the BBC police drama Line of Duty.
Teale was born in North Cornelly, Glamorgan, Wales. He has been married twice: to Dilys Watling and then to Sylvestra Le Touzel. He has three children. He lived in Hall Drive, North Cornelly and went to school in Cynffig Comprehensive School in Kenfig Hill. Locally he was known as Nigel Teale. Brother, Robert Teale and Jeff Teale
|1989||War Requiem||The Unknown Soldier||Derek Jarman|
|1991||Robin Hood||Will Scarlet||John Irvin|
|1993||The Hawk||Ken Marsh||David Hayman|
|1996||Marco Polo: The Missing Chapter||Adolph||Rafi Bukai|
|1999||The Cherry Orchard||Lopahin||Michael Cacoyannis|
|2001||The Search for John Gissing||Giles Hanagan||Mike Binder|
|2004||Jack Brown and the Curse of the Crown||Jack Brown||Andrew Gillman|
|King Arthur||Pelagius||Antoine Fuqua|
|2007||The Last Legion||Vatrenus||Doug Lefler|
|2008||Inconceivable||Richard Newman||Mary McGuckian|
|Love Me Forever||Peter Schwarz||Åsa Faringer & Ulf Hultberg|
|2009||It's Alive||Sgt. Perkins||Josef Rusnak|
|2011||Hunky Dory||Davy's Dad||Marc Evans|
|2013||The Fold||Edward Ashton||John Jencks|
|2019||Tolkien||Headmaster Gilson||Dome Karukoski|
|2020||Dream Horse||Brian||Euros Lyn|
|1985||Doctor Who : Vengeance on Varos||Maldak||BBC||2 episodes|
|1986||David Copperfield||Ham Peggotty||BBC||5 episodes|
|1989||The Fifteen Streets||John O'Brien||Part of a collection of small-screen epics based on the best-selling books of Catherine Cookson|
|1995||The Thin Blue Line||Gary||BBC||Season 1, Episode 2 "Fire and Terror"|
|1996||Dangerfield||PC Dave Chapman||BBC||"Scars" series 3, Episode 4|
|1999||Ballykissangel||Connor Devlin||BBC||Season 5|
|2004||Spooks||Robert Morgan||BBC||"Frequently Asked Questions" – Series 3, Episode 9|
|2005||Midsomer Murders||Little Mal Kirby||ITV||"Second Sight" – Series 8, Episode 5|
|2005||Timewatch||Erucius||BBC||Episode: "Murder in Rome"|
|2005||Tales from the Green Valley||narrator||BBC2|
|2006||Torchwood||Evan Sherman||BBC||"Countrycide" – Series 1, Episode 6|
|2007||Inspector Lewis||Nicky Turnbull||ITV||"Old School Ties" – Series 1, Episode 3|
|2011, 2014–2016||Game of Thrones||Alliser Thorne||HBO||Recurring role|
|2012||The Hollow Crown – Henry V||Fluellen||BBC||"Henry V"|
|2012||Kidnap and Ransom||Robert Holland||ITV1||3 episodes|
|Line of Duty||Chief Inspector/Chief Constable Phillip Osborne||BBC||3 episodes (2012)|
|2012–2013||Stella||Dai Kosh||Sky 1||20 episodes|
|2015||River||CSupt Marcus McDonald||BBC One||6 episodes|
|2017||Pulse||Chad Berger||ABC TV||Recurring role|
|2018–present||A Discovery of Witches||Peter Knox||Sky 1||8 episodes|
|2021||The Pembrokeshire Murders||Gerard Elias QC||ITV1||3 Part Mini-Series|
|1996||A Doll's House||Torvald|
|2003||The Dance of Death||Kurt|
|2014||Under Milk Wood||Narrator|
|2015||The Broken Heart||BASSANES|
|2016||No Man's Land||Briggs|
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