Nicholas Woodeson


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29th May 2022 | FlixCatalog Staff

Nicholas - or Nick - Woodeson, born in 1949 in England to British parents - spent his early childhood in Haifa, Israel, in line with his parents' diplomatic postings. He recalls that his first taste of thespian glory was reciting A.A. Milne poems to family friends at the age of six. Nick's strong affinity and regard for the Middle East has meant that, in the 2000s, he has written several heartfelt letters to English broadsheet newspapers expressing his views on the Middle East crisis and American involvement therein. Sent back to England to complete a boarding school education, he went on to Sussex University where his interest in drama re-surfaced and he engaged in competitive productions for the British National Student Drama Festival. As a consequence he was noticed by, and obtained his first acting job for, the theatrical repertory company at Crewe in Cheshire, England, ruefully noting in hindsight that he was usually a prompter or assistant stage manager, rather than a player. However, he soon obtained a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and later joined the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company, in 1981, remaining with them intermittently until 1990. He has consequently appeared in other media including films like 'Topsy-Turvy' and television dramas like 'Midsomer Murders' in 1998, where he played one of several murder suspects, along with actress Angela Pleasence. A year later, Angela and Nick played a mother and son in the stage play 'The Late Middle Classes', notwithstanding the fact that there was only an eight year age gap between them. From 2007, he reached a global audience as Julius Caesar's clever and loyal "body slave" Posca, in the BBC/HBO TV blockbuster, 'Rome'. - IMDb Mini Biography By: don @ minifie-1

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Streaming Availability

Amazon Video has the most number of Nicholas Woodeson’s flixes, followed by BritBox compared to other streaming platforms. See the full graph below.

Releases by Year

Nicholas Woodeson on average has worked on 1 movies per year from 1982 to 2021. See the full graphs of the number of Nicholas Woodeson movies released per year from 1982 till 2021.

Top Genres

Nicholas Woodeson works mostly in Drama Genre followed by Comedy Genre flixes. 36% of Nicholas Woodeson movies are Drama Genre movies. See Top Genres that Nicholas Woodeson worked on in the graph below.

Average IMDB Score

On average the IMDB score of the movies that Nicholas Woodeson has worked on is 7.2.

7.2 / 10

Nicholas Woodeson's Movies and Tv Series available to Stream now ..

The social rivalry between two women in the 1930s when Lucia rents Mapp's house for the summer.

7.4/10\N min

Available in 3 platform(s).

The Living and the Dead (2016)

When a young couple inherit a farm, they are determined to turn it into a success, but strange supernatural forces soon intervene, threatening their marriage and their lives.

7.3/1060 min

Available in 4 platform(s).

Tom Baker stars for the BBC as Sherlock Holmes in this faithful classic serial adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most celebrated story.

7/1030 min

Available in 5 platform(s).

Firebird (2021)

7/10107 min

Available in 11 platform(s).

Eleventh Hour (2006)

Patrick Stewart stars as science professor Ian Hood, who works for the Home Office as a consultant on special dangerous cases that involve deadly viruses, cloning experiments etc. Special Branch agent Rachel Young is his partner.

6.8/1090 min

Available in 1 platform(s).

Helen West (2002)

A workaholic with a messy personal life, Helen West juggles gruesome cases of domestic abuse, sexual molestation and murder alongside her rocky relationship with policeman Chief Superintendent Bailey.

6.8/10289 min

Available in 2 platform(s).

Somerset, 1958. Eva enters adulthood with good humor, keeping house for her absent-minded father, letting her younger sister Janie in on the secrets of growing up, working at a furniture ...

6.3/1092 min

Available in 7 platform(s).