Date of Birth: 07/12/1989
Place of Birth: Berkshire
Citizenship: United Kingdom
Author: Pauline Chelpanova
Actor Nicholas Holt (Nicholas Caradoc `Nick` Hoult) was born in 1989 in Berkshire, England, the son of a pilot Roger Holt British airlines and his wife, music teacher Glenis Holt. From childhood, Nicholas was drawn to the art of presentation, however, and all the other kids Holt as a child had stage experience. Nick from childhood sang in the choir and studied music - it became a musical instrument trombone.
In 1996, Holt was first introduced in the film - he played in the drama by Philip Goodhew `Intimate otnosheniya` (Intimate Relations). After this debut Nicholas a long time could not be seen on the big screen - molodoyakter focused on television playing in the series and television movies. By the way, because of the tight schedule filming young actor even had to give up school.
He re-appeared in a movie in 2002, starring opposite Hugh Grant in the melodrama director Chris Weitz and Paul `My malchik` (About a Boy). Good, easy and difficult at the same time the film talked about friendship, relationships, family, fathers and children, and the character Holt, twelve Marcus, failed the young actor just brilliant. By the way, Brad Pitt, which main role was offered at first, refused to play the main character - the unfortunate women of Will, it agreed to play a less ambitious Hugh Grant.
In 2005, Nicholas played alongside Nicolas Cage, Michael Caine and Hope Davis in dramedii Gore Verbinski `forecaster` (The Weather Man), and in a year it can be seen in the drama youth film Maenchen Hada `bum` (Kidulthood) to London teens.
In 2009, the actor starred in a very difficult drama of Tom Ford`s` Single muzhchina` (A Single Man), and thus adding yet another dramatic role to his role. However, in 2010, Holt will be able to change the image a few - he was declared in the list of actors `fantasy thriller, a remake of the film 1981` Battle titanov` (Clash of the Titans) directed by Louis Leterrier.
Among telework Nicholas can distinguish the role of Tony Stonema - a student at Bristol College of Art - in teenage drama `Molokososy` (Skins). By the way, a pilot project for a series of television screens attracted 1.5 million viewers, and the show itself turned out to be well thought out, dramatic but at the same time quite easy describing teenage life.
In everyday life, Nicholas likes to play basketball (which is not surprising when it is growing 193 cm). He admires actor Hugh Grant, which supports communication after filming `My malchika`.