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PHIL NICHOL

DYNAMIC PERFORMER
AWARD WINNING

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(LIVE ONLY)

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Phil Nichol was recently seen playing a pagan pub landlord, Drew in Agatha Raisin. He was seen previously as Mark in Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's hit Channel 4 sitcom Catastrophe and as Jerry in the award-winning BBC3 show Uncle. He has also appeared in Siblings, played Terry Gilliam in BBC4's BAFTA nominated Holy Flying Circus and starred as gay Priest, Drew, in the Greg Davies sitcom Man Down.

Phil has won numerous performance awards including the 2005 Stage Award for Acting Excellence (The Zoo Story), the 2006 Edinburgh Comedy Award (The Naked Racist) and a Scotsman Fringe First for the monologue Somewhere Beneath It All, A Small Fire Burns Still (2011). 

Phil was in the original West End cast for Everybody’s Talking About Jamie playing aging drag queen, Loco Chanelle. He has starred alongside Christian Slater in One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, Boy George in Taboo and Bill Bailey in the fringe hit Twelve Angry Men, which also toured the International Festivals. Trained as an actor at the School of Dramatic Art in Winsdor, Ontario, Phil is also a screen writer, musician with three comedy albums and a full music album. He is the lead singer/songwriter for parody RAWK band, Muscle. 

Presently, Phil is appearing in Atlantic City as Dick Marlin, the Host of a brand new circus/cabaret show entitled The Hook produced by Spiegelworld of Absinthe, Las Vegas fame. 

AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS LIST
Time Out Best Comedy Performance Winner 1998
Edinburgh Festival Spirit Of The Fringe 2001
Chortle Male Circuit Comedian Nomination 2002
Cape Town Critics Comedy Award Winner 2002
Perrier Comedy Award Nomination 2002
New Zealand Comedy Best International Guest 2003
New Zealand Comedy Spirit of the Festival 2003
Chortle Best Headliner Nomination 2003
Stage Award for Acting Winner 2005
Edinburgh Festival Spirit Of The Fringe 2005
Stage Award for Acting Nomination 2006
if.commedie Comedy Award Winner (Formerly Perrier) 2006
Chortle Best Headliner Nomination 2007
Chortle Best Headliner Nomination 2010
Scotsman Fringe First Theatre Award Winner 2011
Chortle Best Club Comic Nomination 2013

 FIVE STAR REVIEWS
***** Scotsman
***** Herald
***** List
***** Sunday Herald
***** Edinburgh Evening News ***** Fest
***** Metro
***** The Stage ? (Check)
***** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine ***** Three Weeks
***** EdFest
***** What’s On Stage
***** Fringe Guru
***** Broadway Baby
***** British Comedy Guide
***** One 4 Review
FOUR STAR REVIEWS
**** Guardian
**** Telegraph
**** Sunday Times
**** The Times
**** Independent
**** Sunday Herald
**** The Stage
**** Observer ? (Stars?)
**** Manchester Evening News **** The Skinny
**** The Age
**** WOW247
**** Arts Blog
**** Fresh Air
Man of The Fringe- British Comedy Guide

To book Phil  (for live work only) contact hoomacomedy@gmail.com

For acting inquiries Kirsten- kirsten@ahatalent.co.uk

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