David Alan Nicholls (born 30 November 1966) is a British novelist and screenwriter. Nicholls is the center of 3 siblings. He attended Barton Peveril sixth-form faculty at Eastleigh, Hampshire, from 1983 to 1985 (shooting A-levels in Drama and Theatre Studies together with English, Physics and Biology), and enjoying a broad array of functions in college drama productions. Colin Firth was in the same College and they later collaborated in And When Did You Last See Your Father? . He went to Bristol University in the 1980s (graduating with a BA in Drama and English in 1988) earlier training as a performer at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York.
During his 20s, he worked as a professional actor using the stage name David Holdaway. He performed small roles at various theaters, including the West Yorkshire Playhouse as well as to get a three-year time, at the Royal National Theatre. He struggled as an actor, and it has stated "I'd committed myself into a profession where I lacked not only talent and charisma, but the most basic of skills. Moving, standing still - things like that." Nicholls says that a turning point in his career came when his friend gave him a copy of PJ Kavanagh's memoir The excellent Stranger, that tells the author's own tale of maturation, finding love, and finding his course in life.
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