Nic Young

Nic Young

Director, Writer


Nic Young is a celebrated director with over 15 years of experience in the film and television industry. Born and raised in London, England, Young has directed several television shows and films, including the award-winning short film "The Smoker".

Young was born in 1981 and grew up in a creative family. His parents were both artists, and they encouraged him to explore his interests. Young developed an early love of film, and he was accepted to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, where he studied directing. During his time at the Academy, Young directed several short films, which earned him awards and recognition.

After graduating from the Royal Academy, Young decided to pursue a career in film and television directing. He began his career in the U.K., directing episodic television shows such as "Misfits" and "The Bill". His work soon caught the attention of Hollywood, and he was invited to direct the feature film "The Smoker". The movie was a critical success, and it won several awards, including Best Short Film at the Sundance Film Festival.

Since then, Young has gone on to direct several other feature films, as well as television series and documentaries. His most recent work includes the BBC drama series "The A-Team", as well as the feature film "The Right Kind of Wrong". Young is currently working on a new documentary series for Netflix about the world of drag culture.

Young is an accomplished director with a unique and creative vision. His work is often praised for its realism and emotional depth, and he has a knack for creating compelling and thought-provoking stories. He has achieved international success, and his work continues to be acclaimed by audiences and critics alike. Nic Young is a masterful storyteller with an impressive career.

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