Nitin has worked with many highly accomplished actors and directors including Sam Mendes, Tim Burton, Ray Winstone, Richard Gere, Donald Sutherland, and John Malkovich. Balancing roles in films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with his television work in EastEnders and C4’s The State, Nitin has also returned to the theatre recently. He won rave reviews for The End of The Pier and David Baddiel’s debut play God’s Dice.
Kenyan-born Nitin grew up in the Midlands and as an instinctive observer and thinker started painting and drawing from an early age. It became his first and strongest passion. He has recently picked up the paint brush again and is experiencing an artistic reawakening. Nitin is currently involved in creating a body of exquisitely poignant and moving watercolour paintings to reflect his thoughts and musings on life, existence, and hope. His ability to capture a mood or nuance in his art is uncanny and meaningful.
Nitin has a BA Honours in Drama, Film and Television and studied under the experimental theatre director, Jerzy Grotowski.