• Nicholas George Barker-Pendree

    actor ~ model ~ singer

    Biography

    Brand: Aristocratic Silver-fox with quirky comedic flair, winning smile, and a sociopathic streak!

    British-born and educated, Nicholas studied classical singing, first at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester and then at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland. He moved to Melbourne in 2007 and started acting in Independent Theatre, most notably; Guy Burgess in An Englishman Abroad by Alan Bennett, which also earned him two best-actor awards, Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd for Altona Theatre, and a touring production of Porcelain by Chay Yew, directed by Beng Oh which was nominated for a Green Room award.

     

    After moving to Sydney in 2014, Nick turned his attention to TV and film and has created numerous roles, from evil vampires and slimy blackmailers to eccentric Dukes and paranoid Dads. Notable film roles include; Nazi Officer in Hiding Places by Darren Vukasinovic (Bronze Palm Award at the Mexico International Film Festival 2014), Narrator in Toby and the Runaway Kite by Dana Stockton (best animated film and best voice over at the Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival 2013) and more recently the Duke in Magic by G.K. Chesterton and adapted by Elvis Joseph due for release later this year on Amazon and iTunes. Nicholas is represented by Storm Actors, Sydney.

    Representation

    Nicholas is represented for the following:

    Acting: Ian White Management, www.ianwhitemanagement.com.au

    Modeling: Wink Models, www.winkmodels.com.au & Royalle Models, www.royallemodelling.com.au

  • Reels

    Up to date showreels 2019

    Film showreel

    2019

    TVC showreel

    2019

  • McGuigan wine campaign 2017

    Sydney

  • The Blog

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  • In the pipeline

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

    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.
    To be completed 2020

     

    Coming in September! THE WEIR (play) by Conor McPherson

    Directed by Vanessa Papodopoulos
    The Vanguard, Newtown, 24-28 September.


    All the characters in the play (set in an Irish pub) get to tell their personal ghost stories and are changed by them.

     

    3 short films in the next 2 months!

    August: WW2 German war film: Directed by Matt Neville
    Role: German farmer

    August Thicker than Blood: Directed by Emily Cooper
    Role: Paul - father

     

    October: I lost you: Directed by Jenny Jiou
    Role: David - husband

     

    New dramatic headshots!

    Get ready for some dramatic lighting and some cool face-shadow - new headshots coming very soon taken by photographer, Michael Quelch.

  • 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 -

  • Cornelisz

    from the feature film Batavia (audition)

    Wace

    from Erskineville Kings

    2 short Shakespeares'

    Malvolio and Macbeth

    GenAm accent

    As Nathan Jessop from A Few Good Men

    The Promise (short film)

  • Contact

    To send me a message directly please use the form below.

    To contact my agent, IAN WHITE MANAGEMENT, please go to

    www.ianwhitemanagementcom.au
    +61
    (3) 9380 8444, ext 2
     

    15 Albert Street, Brunswick East, VIC, 3057, Australia
    info@ianwhitemanagement.com.au

     

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