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Nigel Huckle is an award-winning Australian-American actor based in New York via Roanoke, VA and Melbourne, Australia.

He is currently playing the role of "Chris" in Cameron Mackintosh's and Opera Australia's production of Miss Saigon, starting performances at the iconic Sydney Opera House in August, Her Majesty's Theatre in Melbourne from November, and the Adelaide Festival Theatre from January 2024.

He has performed in venues across the world, most notably as "Tony" in Opera Australia's tour of West Side Story, also at the Opera House, and with the international touring company of Cameron Mackintosh's production of Les Misérables, which featured a run in the inaugural season of the illustrious Dubai Opera.

He has also been a member of the Australian Platinum-selling group The TEN Tenors, having toured with them across the globe, including the United States, New Zealand, Germany, and Brazil. He can be heard on their 2019 studio album "Love Is in the Air".

He has previously appeared with other esteemed companies, recently starring as "Fabrizio Naccarelli" in The Light in the Piazza at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, a role for which he won a San Diego Theatre Critics' Circle Award for "Outstanding Featured Performance in a Musical".


Other credits include "Jimmy" in Thoroughly Modern Millie and "Barnaby Tucker" in Hello, Dolly!, both with Australia's The Production Company, "Nick" in the Australian premiere of The Handmaid's Tale with the Australian Contemporary Opera Company, "The Ziegfeld Tenor" in Funny Girl with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and "Lt. Cable" in South Pacific at the Tony Award®-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival and at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston.

He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory. Proud member of Actor's Equity Association in the United States, and MEAA Actors Equity in Australia.

He also holds a Master of International Relations from the prestigious University of Melbourne.

Photo by Lauren Schulz

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