Actor Nathan Head

actor Nathan Head - photo by Martin Nuza ProductionsActor Nathan Head is probably best known for his role as Trinculo the killer clown in the horror movie Theatre Of Fear as well as appearing in the third film in Netflix's popular Robert The Doll series as Officer Heinrich Berger. Nathan Head is based in the city of Chester in the North West of England and has an acting career that spans two decades, a number of films that he worked on achieved impressive chart success; Robert And The Toymaker charted in Tesco, Morrisons and HMV as well as being showcased on Sky Cinema in the UK in the Sky Store, Theatre Of Fear initially entered the Asda DVD charts at number 19, maintaining a position in the top 40 for two weeks and dinosaur mockbuster Jurassic Predator reached number 2 at the HMV DVD Premiere charts upon its release with Sony Pictures. Other productions that Nathan Head has worked on include Virus Of The Dead, Doctor Who, Artifacts Of Fear, Ouijageist, ITV's Crime Stories, Robot Wars: Battling On, 88 Film's Hellriser, Bill & Ted Face The Music, The Damned United, BBC's Doctors, Ip Man 4 and Troma's first Grindsploitation film in their long-running series of popular anthologies. Nathan continues to work steadily in film and television, having recently completed scenes for Dracula: Rise Of The Vampire, a new installment set fifty years after The Satanic Rites Of Dracula.

Nathan Head originally trained in Manchester, where he took acting classes at the Northern Actors Centre, whose patrons included Sarah Lancashire, Shobna Gulati and Brigit Forsyth, he later attended regular acting workshops at various studios while working in local independent productions and fringe theatre to help build up his credits and establish himself as a performer on the entertainment scene. After working on the cult BBC science-fiction show Doctor Who, Nathan starred in the five-star comedy play Battered Egos at the Salford Arts Theatre and the recognition from this 2008 performance led to Nathan being cast as the antagonist Raymond Korkinsky in the award-winning comedy film Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders. The Archangel Murders was labelled "British independent film at it's best" and became an overnight success, it got a limited UK cinema release supporting Someone's Knocking At The Door over the 2009 hallowe'en weekend as well as having scenes broadcast on regional television and later being shown at the prestigious 63rd Festival De Cannes in 2010, Nathan also voiced a character in the animated spinoff Mark Macready: Underworld Tales. The positive publicity surrounding The Archangel Murders launched Nathan's career as a genre-actor and the following year he started to work on projects with Europe's biggest scare entertainment production company, AtmosFEAR! Entertainment Group, he could be seen playing Gauntley the Butler in their video for the FEARooms immersive experience and under heavy prosthetic makeup he modelled as the mummy Khamundi in publicity photos for the scare attraction Terror Tomb: Curse Of Khamundi at Scare Kingdom theme park in Lancashire. Shortly after performing with AtmosFEAR! Entertainment Group Nathan went on to star in the Time Warner Cable mockbuster Exorcist Chronicles, which resulted in him appearing on the BBC to talk about his career in the horror genre and his growing transatlantic popularity.