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What’s On asked Nigel about the transition from acting to directing, his nasty turn in TV’s Downton Abbey and playing Simon Cowell in recent stage parody I Can’t Sing: The X Factor Musical. I had a whale of a time and mentioned to the producer that I was working on a couple of other things, directing-wise, and she said, ‘How would you feel about directing the tour?’ We had a meeting a month later and the rest is history.”Are you nervous? I’m awake at night, just really looking forward to it and making sure I’ve thought of everything. I don’t know what it is about this show but it makes me cry and makes me laugh in equal measure. I put my head between my legs, kissed my wife and then went on stage.He went into stage and musical theatre work as a young adult and won small TV roles in episodes of Red Cap, Doctors and Coupling.Everything changed in 2003 when Nigel won the role of Dennis Rickman in East Enders, who became known to the viewing public as Mini Den because his on-screen dad was ‘Dirty’ Den Watts.’”EXTRA TIME NIGEL HARMANNigel is from Surrey, where his parents were involved with Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association.
Ms Harman, who is in charge of the day-to-day running of the Government while Gordon Brown is on holiday, was defending her call for one of Labour's top two jobs to be filled by a woman.
During his stint in East Enders, Nigel won many awards including the National Television Awards Most Popular Newcomer in 2003 and Most Popular Actor in 2005.
In 2012 he won Best Supporting Role at the Olivier Awards for his portrayal of Lord Farquaad in Shrek The Musical.
Also in Kent will be former East Enders heartthrob Nigel Harman, who won the Best Supporting Role Olivier Award in 2012 for his portrayal of ruthless, fairytale-hating ruler Lord Farquaad. I had been thinking about directing and at the beginning of this year I took a much more serious step and was working on a couple of other projects, putting them together.
Nigel, 41, won’t be playing the part in Canterbury, though – he has taken on the even bigger role of directing the show on the regional tour. I was at the last night party of Shrek as it was closing at Drury Lane, and it was the first time I had seen it from out front properly.