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While previously well known for his roles as a child actor, Nicholas Gledhill is more recently recognised for his regular appearances as an actor, singer and director around the Sydney independent theatre scene.

Nicholas has been playing regularly, in a duo with Josh Shipton, around the inner-west. He recently performed in the New Theatre production of "Women, Power and Culture - then and now". He also recently played in the "re-launch" production of "She Stoops To Conquer" by Oliver Goldsmith, for Payers in the Pub at the Harold Park Hotel - and directed a rehearsed reading of "The Dance of Death" by August Strindberg, for the Players in the Pub, in the Upstairs Room, at the Toxteth Hotel, Glebe.

He was also recently seen in the Sydney Fringe 2010, playing the role of Watch, in a play he wrote himself - "Time To Remember..." - which was part of a double-bill entitled "Closing Time" produced by SpaceCraft Productions.

Nicholas studied at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama (now the BSA) for three years and, after working in the UK for some time, returned home to Australia to play John Darling in the Jim Henson's Creature Shop production of "PAN". He also played Edgar and Sebastian in the Shakespeare Globe Centre Australia's production of King Lear and The Tempest and Rosencrantz in Hamlet.

He began acting at the age of 6 when he played the central role (PS) in "Careful He Might Hear You" for which he was nominated Best Actor in 1984.

Nicholas has also worked as a Stage Combat Master and Choreographer, an acting teacher and is a prize winning writer (ICI/STC Young Writers Competition).

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