Previous paid speaking roles
- South African
- UK Cockney
- UK Posh
- UK Scottish
- UK Welsh
- USA Boston
- USA California
- USA New York
- USA Southern
I am very versatile and I am always happy to consider any role. I like playing (but certainly not exclusively) what I call 'Good Guy, Bad Guy' roles, like 'Cops, Robbers, Teachers, Businessmen, Mad Men, Hard Men, Villains, Military, Lawyers and Doctors' but I am very happy to tackle any new and interesting characters.
I have recently been the laconic, world weary 'Hitman' in our two first episodes of our latest web series 'The Mark', sleazy businessman 'Mr Patterson' in 'Tomos', 'Mr White' the terrified restauranteur in 'Easy Money', 'Julian' a man who's life is falling apart due to fatigue in 'No Sleep', Det Insp Derek Roberts in 'No Comment' and 'Roy Mason' in 'Postal Service' a madcap rip off of 1970's actions movies. I featured in the role of 'Bulldog' a Falklands War veteran having problems readjusting to life suffering from PTSD in 'Into Exile', the 'Dad' character struggling to come to terms with the effects of his Altzeimers in 'I'm Here', 'Marcus' the murderous older brother in 'The Visitor', helpful 'Alfred Cale' in the ghost story 'Being There' and the part of NYPD Detective Liam Casey in a stakeout scene from 'Night Falls on Manhattan'. Prior to that 'Frankie' the naive 'older love interest' in 'Love Slash Hate', 'Glyn' the Drag Club owner in 'Lifes A Drag' and 'Paul Goldberg' a mild mannered but vengeful millionaire who hires a very unpleasant professional hitman to avenge his daughters death in the feature length Horror Film 'The Theatre of Fear'. The Psychiatrist, 'Doctor Lee' in the intriguing short film 'Awake' and 'Professor Harlan Ogilvie' in 'Dr Who meets War of the Worlds'.
I am active in training in what I call 'Real Life Role Play' throughout the UK where I portray several diverse characters in interview and management scenarios and courtroom procedures and personal presentation. This is an area that I really enjoy and interests me greatly as it marries my two great personal passions for training and performing. (References available if required)
I have produced and presented 'Nigel Streeter's 'Weekend Wildcard Show' on local radio and previously the 'Community Connect' talk hour. I do voice overs, adverts and promotions for different commercial clients and I am always looking to actively develop my work in this area.
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I was on BBC 1's 'Casualty' as a Police Custody Officer, the BBC Wales/Its My Shout production of 'Fetch' as the rather slobbish, unpleasant, dirty and deluded 'Ash the Zombie Slayer'.
On stage I have played 'Liam' the somewhat colourful and gloriously camp TV Commercial director in 'Calender Girls'. Sub Lt Espoire, a 'young handsome' French naval officer love interest type (My Three Angels), Joe Janke, a New York cop (Everybody loves Opal) William Empson, a bookish trainspotter nerdy type character (The Village Fete) 'Bernard', a rather annoying and easily annoyed drama group member (last Tango in Little Grimley) and Edgar, a rather posh 'Major' military type father (Beyond a Joke) and also my favourite as 'Mr Podgers' a Kiromantist (palm reader) and rather unpleasant conman in Lord Arthur Saviles Crimes.
I have recently finished working in partnership on the fun sci fi web series called 'Penarth'
I have worked as Assistant Stage Manager on 'Praxis Males Perfect' the National Theatre of Wales production at The Sherman Theatre in Cardiff.
I am currently involved as a co-director of our Community Interest Film production Company in South Wales called 'StreetAhead Productions' (starting work in 2015)
When I was about twenty years old I had a very big decision to make, go to Drama college or join the police service. I made what turned out to have been the most sensible decision which has meant that I retired at only fifty years of age. For many years I had the passion to get involved in this industry and I now have the time, opportunity and the security to pursue all my ambitions and passions.
Thank you ... Nigel