Print

Nigel Havers

Havershead

Download Showreel

Film

Penelope Dir: Mark Palansky
Summit Entertainment
The Life & Death Of Peter Sellars Dir: Stephen Hopkins
HBO
Paradise Lost Dir: Herb Freed
New City Releasing
Element Of Doubt Dir: Christopher Morahan
Havahall Pictures
Jours Tranquilles a Clichy Dir: Claude Chabrol
AZ Film Production
Farewell to the King Dir: John Milius
Cine Location Services
Empire Of The Sun Dir: Stephen Spielberg
Warner Bros
The Whistle Blower Dir: Simon Langton
Portreeve
Burke & Willis Dir: Graeme Clifford
Hemdale
A Different Kind Of Love Dir: Brian Mills
Prism Entertainment
A Passage to India Dir: David Lean
EMI Films
Chariots of Fire Dir: Hugh Hufdson
20th Century Fox
Birth of The Beatles Dir: Richard Marquand
Dick Clrk Productions

Theatre

 

The Importance of Being Earnest Dir: Lucy Bailey
Harold Pinter Theatre & UK Tour
Rebecca Dir: David Pugh
Patrick Mason
See You Next Tuesday Dir: Robin Lefevre
Albery Theatre
Art Dir: Matthew Warchus
Wyndham's Theatre

TV

Benidorm Dir: Robin Sheppard
ITV
Start Stop Dir: Ben Kellett
BBC1
The Life of Rock with Brian Pern Dir: Rhys Thomas
BBC
Coronation Street Dir: Various
Granada Television
Downton Abbey Dir: Brian Percival
Carnival Films
Lunch Monkeys Dir: Various
Channel K / BBC
The Sarah Jane Adventures Dir: Various
BBC
Brothers & Sisters Dir: Michael Morris
ABC
Open Wide Dir: Juliet May
Fremantle
Little Britain Dir: Declan Lowney / Matt Lipsey
BBC
Born & Bred Dir: David Innes Edwards
BBC
Manchild Dir: Various
BBC
The Afternoon Play Dir: Nigel Havers
BBC
Murder In Mind Dir: Ferdinand Fairfax
BBC
The Armando Iannucci Show Dir: Armando Iannucci
BBC
The Gentleman Thief Dir: Justin Hardy
BBC
Dangerfield Dir: Various
BBC
The Heart Surgeon Dir: Audrey Cooke
BBC
Bridge of Time Dir: Jorge Montesi
Hallmark
Murder Most Horrid Dir: Dewi Humphreys
Talkback
Strangers Westcom Entertainment
Liz: The Elizabeth Story Dir: Kevin Connor
Lester Persky Productions
Chiller Dir: Lawrence Gordon Clark
Synapse Films
The Glass Virgin Dir: Sarah Hellings
Festival Films
Woof! Dir: David Cobham
CITV
The Burning Season Dir: John Frankenheimer
HBO
Lie Down With Lions Dir: Jim Goddard
Delux Productions
The Good Guys Dir: Various
Yorkshire TV
A Perfect Hero Dir: James Cellan Jones
Havahall Pictures
Sleepers Dir: Geoffrey Sax
BBC
A Slight Hitch Dir: John Howard Davies
Thames Television
A Bit Of Fry & Laurie Dir: Various
BBC
Don't Wait Up Dir: Harold Snoad
BBC
The Private War of Lucinda Smith Dir: Ray Alchin
 
Naked Under Capricorn Dir: Rob Stewart
Resolution
The Charmer Dir: Alan Gibson
LWT
The Death of a Heart Dir: Peter Hammond
Granada Television
A Little Princess Dir: Carol Wiseman
LWT
Hold The Dream Dir: Don Sharp
Bradford Enterprises
Lord Elgin & Some Stones of No Value Dir: Christopher Miles
Channel 4
Star Quality: Bon Voyage Dir: Mike Vardy
BBC
Stangers & Brothers Dir: Jeremy Summers
BBC

Biography

Nigel Havers trained at the Arts Educational Trust in London and early stage work included Richard II and Edward II for Prospect Theatre Productions.  Royal National Theatre work includes “The Importance of Being Earnest” and Harold Pinter’s “Family Voices”, both directed by Sir Peter Hall.  Other theatre credits include tours of “Ricochet” and “Season’s Greetings”.  West End appearances include “Conduct Unbecoming”, Richard II and Man and Superman for the RSC.  Nigel played Serge in both the touring and London productions of “Art” at Wyndham’s Theatre, and subsequently has appeared in hugely successful touring productions of “Rebecca”, Alan Bennett’s “Single Spies” and Nick Fisher’s comedy “Basket Case”, as well as several sell out seasons in pantomime.  Nigel is currently reprising the role of Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Earnest on tour following a successful run at the Harold Pinter Theatre on tour, following a successful West End run and UK tour.

One of Britain’s leading television actors, Nigel has starred in many outstanding productions including “Upstairs Downstairs”, “The Glittering Prizes”, “Pennies from Heaven”, “A Horseman Riding By”, “Nancy Astor” and “Churchill the Wilderness Years”.  Other British television successes include “Don’t Wait Up”, “The Charmer”, “A Perfect Hero”, “Sleepers” and two series of “The Good Guys” with Keith Barron.  He starred in “Destiny – The Life of Elizabeth Taylor” for NBC and “Bridge of Time” for USA network.  Other appearances include “Murder Most Horrid” with Dawn French for the BBC, “Element of Doubt” – a two-part thriller directed by Christopher Morahan, “The Heart Surgeon” for the BBC and two series of “Dangerfield” as Dr. Jonathan Paige.  He was seen in “Murder in Mind” and two series of the successful BBC comedy “Manchild”.  Other recent appearances include “The Sarah Jane Adventures” for the BBC and two seasons of the hit US series “Brothers and Sisters”, the BBC comedy “Lunch Monkeys”, the role of Lewis Archer in “Coronation Street”, Lord Hepworth in “Downton Abbey” and most recently Tony Pebble in the BBC4 hit series “The Life Of Rock” with Brian Pern.

Nigel’s films include Hugh Hudson’s “Chariots of Fire”, David Lean’s “A Passage to India”, Steven Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun” and Claude Chabrol’s “Quiet Days in Clichy”.  He also starred with Michael Caine in “The Whistle Blower” and with Nick Nolte in “Farewell to the King”.

Download

The CV is a pdf document - to view this a pdf reader is required. You can download this from the Adobe website:

Download Acrobat Reader

© Dalzell & Beresford Ltd • Registered Office: 66 Prescot Street, London, E1 8NN • VAT Registration No: 239 4906 35 • Registration Number 934782
Website by Adam Liversidge