Kimberley Nixon Biography, Career, Age, Wikipedia, Relationship, Net Worth, Weight, Height, Family,Instagram, Birthday, Nationality, Boyfriend.
Kimberley Nixon was brought into the world on September 24 1985. She is a Welsh entertainer. Nixon is referred to for her job as Sophy Hutton in the BBC One period dramatization Cranford and different movies like Wild Child and Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging.
Nixon’s profession started in harvest time 2007, when she featured as the motherless Sophy Hutton in the BBC One outfit show series Cranford, inverse Dame Judi Dench. In 2008, she played supporting parts in the movies Wild Child and Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging.
Nixon showed up in Easy Virtue and played one of the leads in Cherrybomb inverse Rupert Grint and Robert Sheehan, prior to featuring in Black Death. In 2011, Nixon played Josie in the Channel 4 TV parody dramatization series Fresh Meat, and featured close by Michael Sheen, Andrea Riseborough and Iwan Rheon in Resistance, a transformation of an Owen Sheers novel, which was delivered in the UK in November 2011.
Nixon showed up in the melodic movie Hunky Dory, which is set in 1976 Swansea, with Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard and George MacKay, coordinated by Marc Evans. The film premièred at the 55th BFI London Film Festival on 25 October 2011, and was delivered formally on 2 March 2012 in the UK.
Nixon featured close by Jaime Winstone and Aneurin Barnard in Elfie Hopkins and the Gammons, a thriller about a hopeful adolescent investigator who coincidentally finds her first genuine situation when exploring the baffling new family, the Gammons, in her area. The film was delivered on 20 April 2012.
In 2012, Nixon featured in the film Offender, a thrill ride about an up man his own detainment to retaliate for the attack of his better half. She additionally played driving parts in the ITV dramatization series “Hijack and Ransom” and the BBC Two parody show series Hebburn, close by Chris Ramsey[ and Vic Reeves. The sitcom is composed by professional comedian Jason Cook and depends on his encounters of experiencing childhood in the north-east of England.
In June 2013, Nixon featured in “Greenshaw’s Folly” in the 6th series of ITV’s Agatha Christie’s Marple, with Matt Willis, Fiona Shaw, Julia Sawalha, Vic Reeves and Martin Compston.
She featured in the 2014 BBC One Wales TV change of Dylan Thomas’ radio dramatization Under Milk Wood as Myfanwy Price.
She likewise featured in the Playhouse Presents one-off scene The Dog Thrower, with Matthew Perry and Tim Key, which circulated on 1 May 2014 on Sky Arts.
Nixon featured in the clinical dramatization Critical, with Lennie James, Emma Fryer and Paul Bazely, that appeared on Sky 1 on 24 February 2015. She additionally featured in a Welsh spine chiller named Kingdom of Rain, with Julian Lewis Jones and Robert Kazinsky. She as of late played a lead job in the third Season of foreigner.