Nicholas Thomas-Frost


Nicholas Thomas-Frost is a happy actor, having just won an Olivier Award for his work in “Flesh and Bone” a new play written by Elliot Warren, which also won the Charlie Hartnell Fund from the Pleasance Theatre and then to the Edinburgh Fringe where it won a Fringe First Award.

The play also won the best theatrical production at the Adelaide Festival in 2017 being the first theatre company from outside of Australia to do so.  “Flesh and Bone” has also recently finished a successful run at the Soho Theatre and is now being developed for television.

Nicholas has over 25 years acting experience with appearances in many TV favourites including The Bill, Holby City, Bugs, Sharman and One Foot In The Grave.

He has also worked in Panto, Musical and Classical Theatre with roles in Chekov, Bulgarkov and Shakespearian plays.  His contemporary productions include “The Games Rule” and “The Last Yellow” as well as his own one man show “DQ Blues” based on his experience of the Falklands War.

Nicholas is an actor who can sing “Baritone” who has good movement and basic stage fighting skills along with an enthusiasm which belies his age.