Nathaniel Hall

Nathaniel Hall

Actor/Model/Creative Facilitator

  • Location: Manchester, UK
  • Career stage: Experienced
  • Freelancer: Available

Nathaniel is an Actor, Model and Creative Facilitator from Manchester. He is jack of all trades and master of none. Nathaniel was recently described by live artist Stacy Makishi as 'renaisance man'... numerous attempts to google this and find out what she meant proved fruitless. Nathaniel makes exquisite cakes. He also aspires to become a polymath.

Nathaniel trained in Contemporary Theatre Practice at Bretton Hall gaining a First Class Honours Degree in 2008 (accredited by The University of Leeds). Since graduating, Nathaniel has developed a successful career as a freelance theatre practitioner in a wide range of creative and production roles. Credits include: as Composer/Musical director; Advent Avenue at Contact (dir. Paul Mayers), Do We Ever See Grace at Contact (dir. Kully Thiarai); as Assistant Director; Under the Covers at Contact (dir. Stacy Makishi); as Touring Team Assistant; Tales From the MP3 by 20 Stories High (dir. Julia Samuels).

Nathaniel's TV/Commercial credits include: Steve in Cucumber on Channel 4 (dir. David Evans), Dan in Harry's Story for Shoot Productions (dir. Abbe Robinson), Beauty Counter Employee in Vodafone/Netflix TVC (dir. Kim Gehrig) and Hot Male in Dominos Sponsors Hollyoaks Idents (dir. Kirk Jones). Nathaniel is represented as a model and actor by PHA and Rare Talent (

Nathaniel is also a freelance creative workshop facilitator and has planned and delivered workshops for clients including 20 Stories High, The Lesbian and Gay Foundation, The Albert Kennedy Trust and George House Trust. Nathaniel is passionate about young people and is highly skilled and trained to work with young people from diverse backgrounds with relevant training in safeguarding (LCSB), offering advice and guidance (NVQ Level 3) and first aid (St John's Ambulance).


Advice and Guidance - Level 3 NVQ - Manchester College

Sep 2011 - Mar 2012

Theatre and Performance - BA(Hons) - Bretton Hall

Sep 2005 - May 2008


  • Acting
  • Assistant Directing
  • Composing
  • Contemporary
  • Contemporary Theatre Practice
  • Directing
  • Facilitation
  • Music
  • Musical Director
  • Musical Theatre
  • Performance art
  • Physical Theatre
  • Project Management
  • Theatre