Nick Hamm is a film director born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Bafta award-winning producer Nick Hamm heads the creative team on "Rogue". The acclaimed director and producer's work extends to feature films, television and theater. He has directed and produced major TV shows for the BBC, ITV and Film 4. His work also includes major feature productions for Miramax, LionsGate and Pathe.
Hamm began his career as resident director with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He directed major productions in Europe. In 1989 he moved into television/ film, directing "The Bottom Line," a documentary about the crisis of culture, featuring Arthur Miller and Dustin Hoffman. In television he produced with Greenroom Entertainment the successful BBC Three sitcom series "Off The Hook." He also earlier directed "Play on One" for the BBC starring Catherine Zeta- Jones and Colin Firth and the highly acclaimed series "Rik Mayall Presents" for Granada, starring Helena Bonham Carter.
Hamm's first feature film, "Talk of Angels" made for Miramax, is an epic love story starring Vincent Perez and Polly Walker. His next feature was the romantic comedy "Martha Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence" " written by Peter Morgan and made for Film Four/ Miramax starring Joseph Fiennes. His drama "The Harmfulness of Tobacco," starring Edward Fox won the Bafta Award. He made "Godsend" in 2004 starring Robert De Niro for LionsGate Films. Hamm previously directed the highly original European cult movie "The Hole" in 2001 starring Thora Birch and Keira Knightley.