Simon Nagra has worked extensively in theatre and on screen.
Simon can be seen in Jed Mercurio's ITV drama DI Ray, and also starred in upcoming feature Birchanger Green for Film 4.
Simon appeared as Imran Pervaiz in a new adaptation of Moliere's Tartuffe at the RSC, directed by Iqbal Khan, a role which saw him nominated for Best Actor at the ACTA Eastern Eye Awards. He reprised the role this year as the production transferred to Birmingham Rep.
In theatre, he gave an outstanding performance in the leading role of George in East Is East in the No.1 National tour. His other many notable credits include Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing (RSC), Drawing The Line (Hampstead) and Dara and Rafta Rafta (NT).
For television, he has appeared in Man Like Mobeen (BBC 3), Murdered By My Father (BBC), No Offence (C4), Midsomer Murders (ITV), and most played the hard-hitting character of Daddy in the BBC's BAFTA-winning three part drama, Three Girls.