• nick barker-pendree

    actor | model | voice-over

    Nicholas is a British actor/singer who trained at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland.

    In 2007, Nick moved to Melbourne working in Independent Theatre and short films. Since moving to Sydney three years ago, Nicholas has acted in many online and television commercials.


    Nicholas is a versatile character actor, with an essence of sophistication and intelligence, coupled with soft blue eyes and a welcoming smile. Often cast as the consummate aristocrat or rich, evil lawyer, he is, by nature, a comic actor with impeccable timing and a range of accents at his disposal. His broad skill-set and emotional range have led him to be compared to an equally broad sweep of well-known actors; from Rik Mayall and Hugh Laurie to Daniel Craig and Clint Eastwood.

    Having a background in classical singing, Nicholas can also belt out the occasional tune, such as his notable performance of Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd, but he is best known for his (double) award-winning characterisation of Guy Burgess in An Englishman Abroad. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Theatre People stated that, “Nicholas Barker-Pendree’s hilarious portrayal of Algernon was a highlight of the show”, and Canberra Entertainment wrote, of his role in Porcelain, that he “...shows his skills as a character actor, slipping effortlessly from one accent to the next, and delivering an emotional and authentic monologue as John Lee’s traditional Chinese Father…and the resulting performance is stunning…”


    Nicholas is represented by STORM ACTORS

  • McGuigan wine campaign 2017


  • show reels

    Film show reel and Commercials show reel

    TVC showreel: Nick Barker-Pendree


    FIlm showreel: Nick Barker-Pendree


  • Porcelain




    Nicholas Barker-Pendree shows his skills as a character actor, slipping effortlessly from one accent to the next, and delivering an emotional and authentic monologue as John Lee's traditional Chinese Father.... and the resulting performance is stunning."

    - Canberra Entertainment 2009 -

    The Importance of
    being Earnest



    "Nicholas Barker-Pendree's hilarious portrayal of Algernon
    was a highlight of the show


    - Theatre People -

    Bullet: A superhero comedy

    "Nicholas Barker-Pendree showed flair as Ursine’s jaded but scheming right-hand The Critic, and appealing nuttiness as Bullet’s foe Prospero, the dark magician. A live radio play with a hero, villains, robots and super powers, Bullet: A Superhero Comedy gives its audience a satisfying action story performed with style"

    - Aussietheatre.com, Jason Whyte -


    "Of particular vocal dexterity (was) the hilarious Nicholas Barker-Pendree"

    -Weekend notes, Andrea Ashlar -

  • In the pipeline

    Projects in post-production and expected to be released in 2018/2019

    Complete! INHERIT by Joseph Hernandez

    New Albion is a fragile world defined by suspicion, as children are used as weapons of terrorism by a cyber-organisation known only as ‘M55’.
    About to hit the national and international film festival circuit.
    See the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/301721299


    Complete! THANK YOU, HELLO by Sally Lewis

    When Lee Lin Chin announces her retirement from journalism and as intergalactic news correspondent to the 38th solar system, all hell breaks loose.

    In post-production!! QUEST FOR STEEL by Simon Roptell

    This feature length film follows the Journey of the warrior, Tegra Fez, a female combatant living in a world of latter Bronze Age brutality.


    Shooting 26-28 Nov!! BERNARD by Olly Geyl

    The first half of this film was shot about a month ago in Richmond, NSW over 4 days. The second half is due to shoot the end of this month in Richmond and Sydney over 3 days. I play the ageing Bernard, senile and tormented - a drunk and a hermit. Stay tuned for completion of this 30 minute short, created by Powerhouse Productions and aiming to hit the Cannes student film festival if it can (pun intended)


  • Contact

    To send me a message directly please use the form below.
    To contact my agent, STORM ACTORS, please go to www.stormactors.com

    Tel: +61405 098 890​

    Postal Address

    FSA #15

    Fox Studios Australia,

    38 Driver Avenue

    Moore Park NSW 2021