With the radiant warmth of James Gandolfini, the vesuvian inner frustration of Paul Giamatti, the gregariousness of John Goodman, and the awkward vulnerability of Philip Seymour Hoffman, Nick is a rare and engaging mix of qualities that perfectly suit a stand-out character actor.
Initially gaining a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Drama and Performance from the Flinders University Drama Centre, in Adelaide, South Australia, he has worked regularly in theater playing various Shakespearean roles including Prospero, Sir Toby Belch, Falstaff and Macbeth. His undying interest in the art of acting has led him to train in both Strasberg and Hagen techniques with some remarkable teachers, including Howard Fine, a personal favourite.
A man of many talents, Nick also holds a post-graduate degree in Arts Management from the University of Melbourne and has spent many years as a Producer at Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia’s largest performing arts centre.
When not immersed in the entertainment world, he is often found immersed in the underwater world, sharing his love of diving as a PADI open water scuba instructor.
Name: Nick Dubberley
Lives in: Melbourne, Australia
Unique traits: Scuba Instructor