|Born||in Exeter, Devon, England, UK|
Mini Bio (1)
Nick Nevern is a British actor and Director. Nick spent some time in Russia, returning years later to London, where he started his acting career.
He first appeared on our TV screens in 2002 in the 'made-for-tv' film Out Of Control, a depiction of the lives of three boys sent to a young offenders institute. His next appearance would be in the TV football drama Dream Team, where he played Pavel Kovac for 2 episodes in 2006. In 2007 he appeared in Bonkers, Hotel Babylon and played the role of Viktor in 4 episodes of The English Class, as well as appearing in the film I Want Candy.
2008 saw him appear in the films West 10 LDN (2008) and Adulthood (2008), Eastenders, TV mini series Matroesjka's 2 and Spooks. In 2009 he played the role of Rogowski in Shameless, Lenny in Jonathan Creek and Elliot Johns in The Bill. Nick appeared in the film Mission London and also played the role of Ely in the TV mini series The Deep in 2010. In 2011, Nick Nevern appeared in the films 7lives and The Tapes. He also played the roles of Andrew in the film Turnout, Roger in Demon Never Dies and Marky in Victim. This was also the year of the release of Nick Nevern's most noted roles in the film Terry which Nick wrote, directed and played the role of Terry Jones, a documentary style film following his life of petty crime, drugs and extreme violence.
2012 sees the biggest year in Nicks career as he stars in some of the biggest British films of the year including The Sweeney (2012) and The Rise & Fall of a White Collar Hooligan (2012) and Riot (2015) (formally Riot).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jayce Carberry