Nick Lee Net Worth
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$9’000’000. *This information was provided by Archer Gogan, 43 years old. From Fargo, North Dakota
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1,87m.*This information was provided by Bethina, 25 years old. Job: (Salesperson, Surgical Appliances). From Addyston, Ohio.
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73kg.*This information was provided by Elysee Seeger, 42 years old. Job: (Fruit-Grader Operator). From Purcell, Oklahoma.
Nick Lee information
Profession: Art Department
Nick Lee is an actor.His stage work includes: The Changeling (Young Vic, London), Dubliners (Dublin Theatre Festival), Juno and the Paycock directed by Howard Davies (Abbey Theatre/National Theatre, London), Pineapple by Philip McMahon (Calipo), Malachy in The Dead School by Pat McCabe (Tricycle Theatre, London), The Passing written and directed by Paul Mercier and Three Sisters directed by David Leveaux (Abbey Theatre Dublin), Dmitry Karamazov in Delirium by Enda Walsh, Shawn Keogh in The Playboy of the Western World directed by Tony award winning director Garry Hynes (Druid/Tokyo International Arts Festival/Perth International Arts Festival, Australia), DruidSynge- The Complete Plays of JM Synge directed by Garry Hynes (Galway, Dublin, Edinburgh, Inis Meain, Guthrie Theater Minneapolis & at the Lincoln Center Festival in New York City), The Year of the Hiker directed by Garry Hynes (Druid/Irish Tour), as Michael Hegarty in The Freedom of the City by Brian Friel (Finborough Theatre, London), as Patrick Kavanagh in The Green Fool (Upstate Theatre Project)Film and TV includes: The Fall (BBC), Jack Taylor (TV3/RTL), Raw (RT?), Single-Handed: The Stolen Child (RT?), as Michael Collins in Frongoch – University of Revolution (TG4/S4C), The Clinic (RT?), Battlefield Britain (BBC), and the final series of Bachelors Walk (RT?).