Sep. 19th, 1973
Swindon, England, UK
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Since graduating from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1996, Nicholas Bishop has worked extensively in international theater, film and television. His feature films include "Punishment," "Occasional Coarse Language," "My Mother Frank," "Powderburn" and the critically acclaimed "Walking on Water."
Bishop played "Detective Peter Baker" on the Australian series "Home and Away" for three seasons. His additional television credits include "McLeod's Daughters," "Heartbreak High," "Water Rats," "Blue Heelers," "Farscape," "White Collar Blue" and "All Saints."
An accomplished screen acting teacher who has worked with NIDA for the past nine years, Bishop has been the Australia Day Ambassador for the entertainment industry for the past six years.
When not in production, Bishop lives in Sydney, Australia.
- He attended school in Canberra, Australia
- He was appointed an Australia Day Ambassador from 2005-2009.
- He has one older brother who is in the Army and his mother is an artist
- He has been a regular screen acting tutor for full-time National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) students (Sydney, Australia) since 1997.
- He graduated from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1996.
- He was born in England but moved with his parents to Canberra, Australia when he was 6 months old as his father was an Army Colonel and then a diplomat. He has also lived in Queensland and Adelaide, Australia and in Singapore and Washington DC.