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Nick Moran is a British actor who appeared on the stage and screen for decades.
He played lead and supporting roles in films and TV, including his supporting role in the final two of the Harry Potter films. He has also written stage productions and movies and has directed a few films.
His work in all formats has been, by and large, successful. Moran was also nominated for an award for Worst British Director for ‘The Kid’. Throughout his career, he has managed to steer clear of Hollywood hype.
He is a big Frank Sinatra fan. So much so that he started a Frank Sinatra tribute band. His career has trotted on with roles and projects coming at regular intervals. In an interview in July 2017, he admitted he made bad investment decisions, losing tens of thousands of dollars to Ponzi schemes and other scams.
Nick Moran’s net worth is unknown.
It’s unknown how much Nick Moran earns annually.
Nick Moran is 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) tall.
Nick Moran was born on December 23, 1969, in East End, London, England. That makes him 53 years old.
Nick Moran’s mother, Joan, was a hairdresser and his father, John Moran, worked for the Automobile Association. He has two younger brothers, Simon and Richard. He spent his childhood on the South Oxhey council estate near Watford in England.
Nick Moran is currently married to Jasmine Piran. They’ve been married since 2015. His ex-wife is Sienna Guillory, whom he married in 1997 and divorced in 2000. He doesn’t have any children.
Even though English actor Nick Moran had been acting for decades before Harry Potter came along, his role as Scabior, a snatcher, is one of the roles he’s best known for. Scabior appears in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ parts one and two.
The other role he’s famous for is Eddie the card sharp in ‘Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels’, the movie that launched Jason Statham’s acting career.
In 1990, Nick Moran had his first role in a hit film, ‘Buddy’s Song’. 'Buddy's Song' is about a teenager on a quest to become a pop star. It also starred Chesney Hawks, who was a young pop star at the time. His next hit came six years later when he starred in the short film ‘The Future Lasts a Long Time’.
His major breakout role came in 1998 in ‘Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels’, directed by Guy Ritchie. He played Eddie, a card sharp. 'Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' also starred Jason Statham, soccer player Vinnie Jones, and music legend Sting. Sting played Eddie's father in 'Two Smoking Barrels'.
His first Hollywood blockbuster came in 2001 when he played Aramis in ‘The Musketeer’, which was loosely based on the classic novel 'The Three Musketeers' by Alexander Dumas. The movie wasn’t a resounding success, despite its stellar cast, which included Tim Roth, Mena Suvari, Stephen Rea, Milla Jovovich, Justin Chambers, and Orlando Bloom.
Nick Moran’s stage career kept going strong. Nick Moran started as an understudy in ‘Blood Brothers’ and followed it up with stage appearances in ‘Real Classy Affair’ at the Royal Court Theatre, ‘Four Nights in Knaresborough’, ‘Alfie’, and ‘Twelve Angry Men’ at the Garrick Theatre.
In 2005, Nick Moran and James Hicks co-wrote ‘Telstar,’ a stage production that shone a light on Joe Meek, an independent record producer with hits in the ’60s. Other credits as a writer include 'Baby Juice Express' in 2004, 'The Amazing Grace' in 2006, and 'Crow' in 2016 He made his directorial debut in 2007 when he directed the comedy film ‘Welcome to Strathmuir’.
In 2008, Nick Moran directed the film ‘Telstar’, a screen adaptation of the play he co-wrote. Hollywood star, Kevin Spacey, played Meek’s financier. He also co-wrote and directed ‘The Kid’, based on Kevin Lewis’s autobiography. Kevin wrote the script with Nick Moran.
The year 2013 was a big one because that’s when he was in the enormously successful Harry Potter series of films, 'The Deathly Hallows'. He played Scabior, a snatcher in Fenrir Greyback’s gang of werewolves. The character was in the last two films of the Harry Potter series, resulting in worldwide recognition. Given that it’s his gang, Fenrir is naturally the lead snatcher.
In 2021, Nick Moran directed a movie called ‘Creation Stories’, which follows the story of Alan McGee from Creations Records label as he and a talented young Scot changed British culture. The actor has also produced some films. He was an executive producer for five films, including 'Baby Juice Express' and 'Crow'. He was also an executive producer for 'The Amazing Grace' and an associate producer for 'The Other Side'. Also in 2021, Nick Moran is one of the stars in the British crime film ‘Nemesis’, which also stars Billy Murray (not to be confused with American actor Bill Murray), Frank Harper, and Jeanine Sothcott. Nick Moran’s cop is pitted against Billy Murray’s crime boss.
In 2022, Nick Moran stars in ‘Renegades’, a vengeance movie about four soldiers out to avenge the death of their friend who was murdered by an international drug gang. His latest television appearance was as a celebrity guest in ‘Richard Osman’s House of Games’, a British quiz show hosted by British comedian Richard Osman.
In 2008, his film ‘Telstar’ won the British Independent Film award for Best Achievement in Production.
In 2010, Nick Moran was nominated for the Irina Palm d’Or award for Worst British Actor for his movie ‘The Kid’.
Nick Moran was also nominated for Best Actor for the British Horror Film Festival award for his role in ‘82’.
Nick Moran is the leader of a Frank Sinatra tribute band. They often perform at charity events. The actor also practices karate.
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