Nicholas Hoult — British actor
Nicholas Caradoc Hoult was born on 7 December 1989 in Wokingham, UK. His older sisters are TV actors. When Nicholas was young and his sisters were taking acting and ballet classes, he always tried to join them. Little Nick landed his first role when he was just 3 years old. He appeared in the play The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Two years later, Hoult debuted on the big screen in the movie Intimate Relations.
Nicholas took choreography classes and danced in Swan Lake and Nutcracker as part of English National Ballet. He also played the trombone and sang in the school choir.
In 2002, the young actor landed a significant role in the comedy About a Boy. Hoult played alongside Hugh Grant. The movie critics commended his acting talent. The film brought Hoult a variety of awards and nominations.
In 2006, Nicholas was approved for the leading role in the teen TV series Skins. He started working on the project immediately. Eventually, it premiered in January 2007 and made the young actor famous. In 2008, this role brought Hoult Golden Nymph Award as "Best Actor in a Drama Series". Many fans and event organizers were hoping to book Nicholas Hoult’s appearance. However, his busy schedule made it close to impossible.