Nicholas Gledhill



New South Wales Senate Candidate

Nicholas is the Secretary of the Arts Party. 

He has worked extensively in Australia and the UK for more than 25 years. His career began at the age of 6 when he played the central role (PS) in "Careful, He Might Hear You" in 1983 - for which he was nominated, by the Australian Film Institute, for Best Actor in 1984. Gledhill appeared in the television series Bodyline in 1984, as the English captain, Douglas Jardine. Since then his television and film roles have included appearances in "A Country Practice", "GP", "Dirtwater Dynasty" - amongst others.

Gledhill studied at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama for three years and, after working in the UK for some time, returned home to Australia to play John Darling in the Jim Henson's Creature Shop production of "PAN". He most recently played Edgar and Sabastian in the Shakespeare Globe Centre Australia's production of "King Lear" and "The Tempest" and Rosencrantz in "Hamlet". Gledhill has also worked as a Stage Combat Master and Choreographer, an acting teacher and is a prize winning writer (ICI/STC Young Writers Competition).

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