More James Nesbitt Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Bloody Sunday)James Nesbitt was born in Northern Ireland. This year has seen James in several feature film roles. These include the lead in Lucky Break, directed by Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty) also starring Olivia Willaims and Timothy Spall; Wild About Harry, former Cold Feet director Declan Lowney's first feature; and The Most Fertile Man In Ireland. He also appeared in the hit film Waking Ned Devine, and Michael Winterbottom's Welcome to Sarajevo. He is well-known for his role as Adam in the popular British comedy series, Cold Feet, for which he won an ITV British Comedy Award for Best Comedy Actor. In television, this year also saw James play the title character in Colin Bateman's (Empire State, Divorcing Jack) drama comedy pilot Murphy's Law for the BBC. Other television credits include two series of the BBC drama Playing The Field opposite John Thomson, Touching Evil and lead parts in Common As Muck, Ballykissangel, Soldier Soldier, Between The Lines and Lovejoy. In 1994 he played opposite Robert Carlyle and Juliet Aubrey in Jimmy McGovern' s award-winning BBC drama Go Now.
Bio courtesy Paramount Classics for "Bloody Sunday" (04-Dec-2003)