Nicholas Cohen started out in theatre as an actor playing roles for David Farr at the Gate Theatre, the Clod Ensemble at the BAC and for The RSC as understudy on Tim Supple's 'Comedy Of Errors.'
He was Literary Manager for David Farr, an Assistant Director at the RSC and a Staff Director at the National Theatre. As Founder/ Artistic Director of Strange Fish Theatre he produced and directed shows including 'The Power and The Glory' (Etecetera Theatre), 'Good Bones' (Southwark Playhouse) 'Taming of the Shrew' (Bloomsbury Theatre and International Tour) and ''Blood Knot' (Gate Theatre.)
Moving into film and TV - he trained at the BBC Drama Directors Academy and directed episodes of 'Eastenders' and 'Doctors', feature films including 'Beginners Luck,' 'The Reeds' and more recently 'London Unplugged' as well
as numerous short films and Not-for-profit projects with The Refugee Council and Migrant Resource Centre.