Nicholas Le Prevost
Recent theatre includes How the Other Half Loves (West End); Love for Love and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (RSC); Man and Superman, People and My Fair Lady (National Theatre); The Rivals (Arcola); A Marvellous Year for Plums (Chichester); Dandy Dick (Theatre Royal Brighton/tour); My Fair Lady (Théâtre Châtelet, Paris); 27 (National Theatre of Scotland); Jonathan Harvey’s opera Wagner Dream (Barbican); The Philadelphia Story (Old Vic); the title role in Uncle Vanya (Peter Hall Company); and The Wild Duck (Donmar).
TV includes Father Brown, Above Suspicion, Cranford, Margaret, Psychoville, Wild at Heart, Half Broken Things, Life Begins, Poirot and The Jewel in the Crown.
Films include Testament of Youth, Broken Lines, Run for Your Wife, A Very British Scandal, Bright Young Things, Shakespeare in Love and Land Girls.
Recent radio includes Our Country’s Good and HR.
Nicholas is a founder member of The Wrestling School, a company dedicated to the work of the playwright Howard Barker.