Nicholas Bishop can most recently be seen on the second season of “Industry” for HBO in which he has a leading role, as well as in a supporting role in the film Lady Chatterley’s Lover, alongside Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell. He also starred in Pretty Red Dress directed by Dionne Edwards and the Starz series “Becoming Elizabeth,” directed by Justin Chadwick. In 2021, Bishop had a role in the film The Critic, alongside Ian McKellan and Mark Strong. Other credits include the BBC’s award-winning “Cranford,” “Hustle” and E4’s comedy “Drifters.”
Prior to the pandemic Bishop performed in The Madness of George III alongside Mark Gattis and Adrian Scarborough and Twelfth Night and A Christmas Carol at the Royal Shakespeare Company, in the leading roles of Orsino and Dickens. Before this, he finished back-to-back performances at the National – first in Simon Godwin’s Man and Superman with Ralph Fiennes, before moving on to Patrick Marber’s new play Three Days in the Country. Bishop has also starred in Eldorado at The Arcola, Simple 8’s Moby Dick, Polly Findlay’s The Country Wife at the Royal Exchange Manchester, the National’s War Horse and The Railway Children, Bath Theatre Royal’s While The Sun Shines, Bristol Old Vic in The Rivals and in the ETT’s national tour of Nell Gwynn.