Nick Frost

TV Actor

Nick Frost was born in Dagenham, East London, England, United Kingdom on March 28th, 1972 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 51, Nick Frost biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Nicholas John Frost, Cutmaster Frost, Nick
Date of Birth
March 28, 1972
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Dagenham, East London, England, United Kingdom
51 years old
Zodiac Sign
$16 Million
Actor, Comedian, Film Actor, Screenwriter, Television Actor, Writer
Social Media
Nick Frost Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 51 years old, Nick Frost has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Nick Frost Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Agnostic Atheism
Not Available
Beal High School
Nick Frost Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Christina Frost (2008
Dating / Affair
Christina Frost (2008
John Frost, Tricia Frost
He had an older sister who died of an asthma attack in 1982. He also had a deceased brother.
Other Family
He had 2 half-sisters (both deceased) and 2 half-brothers (both deceased).
Nick Frost Career

He appeared in corporate training video clips such as "Chris Carter and the Coverplan Challenge", a Dixons sales video, before playing Tim's army-obsessed best friend Mike in Spaced (1999–2001), which aired on Channel 4 for two series. In 2001, Frost played a small role in a one-off episode of Victoria Wood's Acorn Antiques. This was a specially written episode shown during the series called "The Sketch Show Story" that Victoria narrated, in which Frost played an armed robber who shot dead Acorn Antiques' most lovable character, Mrs Overall.

In 2002, Frost wrote and presented the show Danger! 50,000 Volts!, a spoof of the outdoors survival genre in which military experts demonstrate how to improvise solutions to dangerous problems. In the same year, Frost co-wrote and starred in The Sofa of Time with Matt King. In 2004, he appeared in Shaun of the Dead, a "romantic zombie comedy", written by Simon Pegg and Spaced director Edgar Wright. In late 2005, Frost starred in the comedy sketch show Man Stroke Woman on BBC Three. A second series aired on in early 2007. In early 2006, Frost played Commander Henderson in two series of the BBC Two science fiction sitcom, Hyperdrive. Also in 2006, he acted in Kinky Boots. Frost had a small appearance in the British comedy Look Around You, a parody of 1970s/1980s technology parodying the format of shows like Tomorrow's World.

Frost and Pegg appeared in a second Pegg-Wright feature film called Hot Fuzz, an action and cop genre homage, set in Gloucestershire. Frost plays bumbling Constable Danny Butterman, who partners up with Pegg's dynamic Nicholas Angel after the latter is transferred from the Metropolitan Police in London. The pair teamed up again for their self-penned 2011 science fiction comedy film Paul, whose storyline concerned a fugitive alien. The two also starred in Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn as Thomson and Thompson. Frost narrates the Channel 4 reality show Supernanny. He has made fleeting appearances in the Channel 4 surreal medical comedy series Green Wing as "just a man" in pub scenes (when Boyce asks who he is, he responds, "just a man"). In 2013, Frost played the role of Andy Knightley in the third Pegg-Wright feature film called The World's End. In 2014, he played the eponymous character in the Sky Atlantic comedy, Mr. Sloane.

In 2016, Frost was cast in an ensemble role for the second season of the AMC television series Into the Badlands.


Simon Pegg stuns guests during London Literary Festival Q&A after swearing at a female fan for demanding Hot Fuzz sequel: 'It was uncalled for', October 24, 2023
A potty-mouthed Simon Pegg left a crowd stunned at the London Literary Festival after telling off a female fan for trying to coax him into breaching rules for the Hollywood actors strike. The Mission: Impossible star had initially issued a stern warning while hosting a Q&A for actor and close friend Nick Frost's new book A Slice Of Fried Gold: Taste My Memories, at the Royal Festival Hall. Pegg, 53, told the audience: 'Due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike Nick won't be able to answer any questions regarding his film and television work.'

ALISON BOSHOFF: Now Coleen Rooney gets to tell HER truth in new Wagatha show, October 12, 2023
ALISON BOSHOFF: Of mice and men... Of pigeons and chipolatas. We can only be talking about Coleen Rooney (left) and Rebekah Vardy (right); and from next Wednesday the highly anticipated Disney+ documentary Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story will be streaming. She will tell her side of events during the three-part series and I take part, too, explaining the circumstances behind Ms Vardy comparing her fellow WAG to a pigeon pooping on your head. Coleen told me: 'I knew what I believed from the beginning to the end. The documentary has given me the opportunity to tell my side of the story - how and why it happened, and how I feel about it all now. I'd never stepped into a courtroom before and had the fear of getting on that stand.'

Nick Frost reveals he had a binge eating disorder and has lost six stone to be able to be around for his three children, saying: 'I'd hide in a dark room and eat six Wispas', September 25, 2023
Nick Frost has opened up for the first time about suffering from an eating disorder where he describes secretly binging on junk food. The comedy actor, 51, has since lost six stone in a bid to be around for his young family, explaining: 'I have a two-year-old, you know, and I'm just aware that big fat men in their fifties don't become big fat men in their sixties, and that's just a fact.' Speaking to The Sunday Times magazine about his battle with eating, explaining how he would 'hide in his car and eat two iced buns and four Snickers', Nick said he knows he was suffering from a form of disorder.