Nick Hamm is a film, television, and theater director and producer born in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
12 Facts About Nick Hamm
Nick Hamm won a BAFTA for his drama The Harmfulness of Tobacco starring Edward Fox.
Nick Hamm was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland to Marian and Patrick Nick Hamm.
In 1992, Nick Hamm won a BAFTA for his drama The Harmfulness of Tobacco starring Edward Fox.
Nick Hamm then directed the 2004 thriller Godsend for Lionsgate Films, starring Robert De Niro, Rebecca Romijn and Greg Kinnear.
In 2011, Nick Hamm partnered with Northern Ireland Screen to direct and produce Killing Bono, distributed in the UK by Paramount Pictures.
In 2015, Nick Hamm partnered again with Northern Ireland Screen and IM Global to direct The Journey.
In 2017, Nick Hamm went on to direct Driven, his second collaboration with writer Colin Bateman.
In 2010, Nick Hamm formed Momentum TV, a television production company based in the United States.