Nathan was born in 1985. Brought up in Wandsworth, London, he jokes that he was ‘pushed’ into acting by his mother, a ‘frustrated actress’. He studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama, which he graduated from in 2006. He made his professional stage debut playing a number of roles in ‘Brixton Stories’ at the Lyric, Hammersmith and has also appeared on stage in ‘The History Boys’ at the National Theatre and, in 2012, in the revival of ‘Pitchfork Disney’, in the role of a man who eats cockroaches for a living. To television viewers he will be known as Curtis in E4’s Misfits (2009), about a group of youngsters who have gained supernatural powers following a freak storm – in Curtis’s case the ability to go back in time and see the future.
Recites her own poetry in the film, Taos (2008). While writing it, she had a vision of a dream sequence taking place in the desert. Excited and unable to sleep, she called director, Brandon Schmid, at three in the morning and pitched him her idea. He turned it down. However, her inspiration for and belief in the scene […]
So let me give you a brief introduction about the film. A spirit with great dangerous powers, a spirit that cannot be subdued by any force, so one priest will use his energy to sacrifice his life and destroy that evil spirit for the good of the people that this evil force will cause a […]
Rumble takes place in a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, teenage Winnie seeks to follow in her father’s footsteps by coaching a loveable underdog monster into a champion. However, to me, it looks like typical lazy CGI for kids. This rubbish is pumped out weekly.