Nathan Shelley (Nick Mohammed) was merely the team’s kit man when he was suddenly appointed to be assistant coach, but now Q&A moderator Matt Noble asks: Can he ever prove that he’s really “Nate the Great”?
Nick Mohammed is an established actor with recent roles in Joe Cornish's “The Kid Who Would Be King,” Ridley Scott's “The Martian,” box office smash “Bridget Jones's Baby,” “The Sense Of An Ending” and Netflix’s mini-series “Collateral.” He also played Piglet in Disney’s live action feature “Christopher Robin,” as well as playing the Butler in Disney's “The Nutcracker And The Four Realms.” He has featured in a host of TV comedies including “Sally4ever,” “Camping,” “Uncle,” “Stath Lets Flats” and “Life's Too Short.”
Nick's television writing credits include his own 6-part series “Intelligence” for Sky. Nick stars in the series with David Schwimmer, which filmed over the summer of 2019l. Nick also wrote the pilot “Morning Has Broken,” in which he co-starred alongside writing partner Julia Davis. His most recent live show “Mr. Swallow and the Vanishing Elephant” received phenomenal critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe and he recently recorded “The Mr. Swallow Show” pilot for Channel 4.
Nick is a successful radio broadcaster. Following the success of his hit BBC Radio 4 debut “Quarters” he went on to write and record “Nick Mohammed In Bits,” “Apollo 21” and most recently two series of “Detective Sergeant Nick Mohammed.”
His debut children's novel “The Young Magicians And The Thieves' Almanac” published by Penguin Random House was released in 2017 and he is currently working on “The Young Magicians And The 24-Hour Telepathy Plot” due out next year.