Nigel Havers (actor)
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Who is Nigel Havers?
Nigel Havers: Nigel Allan Havers is an English actor. He played Lord Andrew Lindsay in the 1981 British film Chariots of Fire, earning a BAFTA nomination for the role, and Dr Tom Latimer in the British TV comedy series Don't Wait Up. He portrayed the role of Lewis Archer in Coronation Street from 2009 to 2010. He returned to the role in 2012 and departed once again in February 2013.
- also known as Nigel Allan Havers
- born on (63 years ago) in London, child of Michael Havers, Baron Havers
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Arts Educational Schools, London
- profession: Actor
- parent of Kate Havers
- played Ronnie Heaslop in "A Passage to India"
- played Lord Andrew Lindsay in "Chariots of Fire"
- "Farewell to the King"
- played Michael Wilding in "Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story"
- played Dr. Rawlins in "Empire of the Sun"
- "The Whistle Blower"
- played William John Wills in "Burke & Wills"
- played Mr. Vanderman in "Penelope"
- "Element of Doubt"
- "The Gentleman Thief"
- played Alfred Perlès in "Quiet Days in Clichy"
- played George Martin in "Birth of the Beatles"
- "Naked Under Capricorn"
- TV series:
- "Don't Wait Up"
- "A Little Princess"
- "The Charmer"
- "The Glittering Prizes"
- "Nicholas Nickleby"
- "Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years"
- "Lunch Monkeys"
- "Pennies from Heaven"
- played Lewis Archer in "Coronation Street" between and (4 years)
- played Edmund Lagrange in "The Glass Virgin" between and
- "A Horseman Riding By"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role - "Chariots of Fire"
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