Simon Nash

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Simon Nash
Born (1972-09-07) 7 September 1972 (age 44)
Nationality British
Occupation Actor
Child actor (formerly)
Years active 1980–present

Simon Nash (born 7 September 1972) is a British actor and former child actor.

Television career[edit]

Nash made his television debut in 1980 at the age of 8 as Sammy in the 1980 sitcom Nobody's Perfect. He later starred as Sean Stebbings in the 1987 black sitcom Tickets for the Titanic, and as Garth Stubbs in the first series of Birds of a Feather. He also voice acted the role of Ten Cents in the 1988 children's television series, TUGS. Nash's final role as a firm child actor occurred from 1990–92, when he appeared in Kappatoo, as both Simon Cashmere and Kappatoo.

Nash also starred as a guest presenter on Bingo Night Live in August 2008, Jean Paul's Trip to Cornwall, Paul and Nigel's Midnight Adventure and Greg and New Friend's Treasure Hunt (all in 2010).

Television roles[edit]

Year Title Role
1980 to 1982 Nobody's Perfect Sammy
1987 Tickets for the Titanic Sean Stebbings
1988 TUGS Ten Cents
1989 Birds of a Feather Garth Stubbs
1990 to 1992 Kappatoo Kappatoo/Simon Cashmere

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