Nick Hamm - Details


NICK HAMM (DIRECTOR) was one of the Royal Shakespeare Company's most successful directors for several years before he moved over to television and then feature films, with his 1997 romantic comedy MARTHA – MEET FRANK, DANIEL AND LAURENCE, starring rising stars Monica Potter, Joseph Fiennes, Rufus Sewell and Tom Hollander.

His television career includes three critically-acclaimed feature-length television films in the RIK MAYALL PRESENTS series - DANCING QUEEN, MICKY LOVE and BRIEFEST ENCOUNTER - as well as the BBC Play on One, OUT OF THE BLUE starring Catherine Zeta Jones and Colin Firth. He also won the BAFTA Award for Best Short Film in 1992 for his 30 minute drama HARMFULNESS OF TOBACCO, based on a Chekhov short story.

At the Royal Shakespeare Company, he focused mainly on new plays with some of today's leading playwrights, including Arthur Miller, Edward Bond, Peter Flannery and Stephen Lowe.