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Nicholas Hope is a British-born Australian actor, known for the lead role in the 1993 film Bad Boy Bubby.
Early life and education
In 2004, he published a memoir called Brushing the Tip of Fame, and in 2006 produced a monologue "The Colour of Panic", which played in Sydney (The Studio, Sydney Opera House) and Oslo (Det Åpne Teater).
Recognition and awards
- Confessor Caressor (1989)
- Bad Boy Bubby (1993) – Bubby
- Exile (1994)
- Little White Lies (1996)
- Henry Fool (1997) – Father Hawkes
- The Goddess of 1967 (2000) – Grandpa
- Scooby-Doo (2002) – Old Man Smithers
- Paradise Found (2003) – Maurrin
- Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) – Christian Van Dyke
- Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler? (2006) – Geoffrey Chandler
- Uro (2006)
- Bitter Flowers (2007) – Warren Donaldson
- The Prime Minister Is Missing (2008) – William McMahon
- 3 Acts of Murder (2009) – Harry Manning
- Redd Inc. (2012)
- Double Happiness Uranium (2013)
- Gallipoli (2015) - Walter Braithwaite
- The Daughter (2015) - Peterson
- Truth (2015) - Marcel Matley
- Ash vs Evil Dead (2016) - Professor Raymond Knowby
- Cleverman (2017) - Dr. Mitchell
- The School (2018)) - Dr. Peter Masuta
- Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018) - Colonel Fitzhubert
- Henry Needs a New Home (short film, 2018) - Henry
- Moon Rock For Monday The Drover's Wife (film) - The Bobbins
- The Drover's Wife (2021)
- Limbo (2023)
- "Interview: 'Bad Boy Bubby' Star Nicholas Hope Talks About Starring in the Controversial Aussie Cult Classic". Screen Realm. Retrieved 28 June 2021.
- Jeremy, Kay (3 April 2017). "Production underway on supernatural thriller 'The School'". Screen Daily.
- Free, Erin (8 September 2021). "Moon Rock For Monday - Review". Film Ink.
- "Nicholas Hope, b. 1959". National Portrait Gallery people. Retrieved 28 June 2021.
- Australia: The Dream is Dead, article written by Hope (in Norwegian)
- Interview from July 2004
- Nicholas Hope at IMDb
- Hope takes the rap