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Cornish playwright Nick Darke was born in St Eval, near Padstow in Cornwall, England and lived most of his life in Porthcothan. His father was a local farmer and his mother was an actor. Nick attended Newquay grammar school and trained as an actor at the Rose Bruford College in Kent and at the Victoria Theatre where he acted in over 80 plays. Nick ... See full bio »


(age 57) in England, UK

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Known For

The Wrecking Season
Farmers Arms
Farmers Arms Writer
The Bench
The Bench Writer
High Water
High Water Writer


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 2004 The Wrecking Season (Documentary)
 1999 The Bench (TV Movie)
 1983 Farmers Arms (TV Movie)
 1981 High Water (TV Movie)
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 2004 The Rabbit
Blues Brother
 2003 Birt Dynely (Video short)
Adoniah Schuyler
 2002 Golden Burn
Nick Chapman
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 2004 The Wrecking Season (Documentary) (producer)
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 2005 Coast (TV Series documentary) (special thanks - 1 episode)
- Exmouth to Bristol (2005) ... (special thanks - as Nick Darke & family)
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 2007 The Art of Catching Lobsters (TV Movie documentary)
 2005 Coast (TV Series documentary)
- Exmouth to Bristol (2005) ... Himself
 2004 The Wrecking Season (Documentary)
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Other Works:

His play, The King of Prussia," was performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Minerva Studio Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Dermot Kerrigan, Barnaby Kay, Sarah Howe, Lise Stevenson, Michael Gould, and Alan Westway in the cast. Sean Holmes was director. See more »

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Nick Darke & family

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