Nicholas Brown English Actor
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Nicholas Brown is an Australian writer, lyricist, singer and actor. He was born on 1st January 1980 in Sidney, Australia. His parents are father, Roy Brown and mother, Patricia Brown. He has an older sister, Tracey. In the educational years 11 and 12, he went to Newtown High School of the Performing Arts. He did numerous plays during those years; he was the captain of school in the year 1997.

In 1998, he got selected in National Institute of Dramatic Art and became one of the youngest students and the first student to be selected from high school. In 2010, he was nominated as Cleo Bachelor of the Year. Nicholas made his debut as an actor in Bollywood film ‘ Kites Click to look into! >> Read More... Kites ’, starring Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan with his unimaginable dance moves i >> Read More... Hrithik Roshan . After which he did a Hollywood film ‘The Remix.

He then went on to do films like ‘Random 8’, ‘Love you to Death’, ‘The Characters’ and a few more. Nicholas acted in many TV serials, few among them are ‘Home and Away’ (2007), ‘White Collar Blue’ (2003), ‘Life Support’ (2001) and ‘Packed to the Rafters’ (2012). He also did various plays and short films. In 2010, he did three plays at the Australian National Play Festival held in Brisbane.

Some of the plays to his credit are ‘There is No Need to Wake Up’, ‘Berlin to Broadway’, ‘ Frozen Click to look into! >> Read More... Frozen ’, ‘Spunks’ and many more. Nicholas has written two plays namely ‘Rain Supreme’ and ‘The Glass Soul’; he also has written the screenplay of the Australian film ‘Lighten Up’. Nicholas’s musical career has also been a joyride for him. In 2005, he was singer and songwriter of the group ‘The Modernists’ and they did an album named ‘Big Score’.

In 2006, to raise the funds for Tsunami victims, he was invited to sing at ‘Raise the Roof’; which was held at Sydney’s State Theatre. In the band, ‘Knuckle Band’, he was the lead singers for the years 2011-12. Nicholas has been the host of SBS Radio’s Pop Desi; the Australian radio. His show played Bollywood, Desi Pop and Bhangra songs