Nigel Humphreys



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Born: 1951, Bognor Regis, Dorset



Played: Dickie Fleming (1968 - 1970)

Nigel Humphreys was born in Bognor Regis in 1951 and trained with the National Youth Theatre. After three months on the dole, Nigel joined Coronation Street in 1968 as Dickie Fleming, a role he played for a year.

In a full career Nigel has appeared in several films, countless television programmes and numerous theatre productions. His film work includes Danny Jones (1971); Scum (1979); The Great Riviera Bank Robbery (1979); The Long Good Friday (1980); Breaking Glass (1980); The Jigsaw Man (1983); Lamb (1986). His other film work includes Laughter House, Reunion at Fairborough, The Knowledge and Dirty Money.

On television he has made many guest appearances in shows such as Rockcliffe's Folly, Pulaski, Prospects, Kit Curran, All In Good Faith, EastEnders, The Country Boy, Birds of A Feather, Casualty, The Bill, Hale and Pace, Forever Green, The Good Guys and The Paul Merton series.

Nigel made a return appearance in Birds of A Feather before appearing in the musical drama Head Over Heals and two series of the comedy series No Job For A Lady in which he played Harry.






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