Kimberley Nixon In Black Death

March 3, 2010
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Kimberley Nixon In Black Death! Nixon is scheduled to appear in the forthcoming movie entitled Black Death, the story of the bubonic plague. Get details surrounding Kimberley’s role and the movie here. Video after the jump.




Actress Nixon has taken on the role of Averill in Black Death alongside actors Sean Bean and The Yellow Handkerchief star Eddie Redmayne.




The movie per IMDb centers around:

“Set during the time of the first outbreak of bubonic plague in England, a young monk is tasked with learning the truth about reports of people being brought back to life, a mission that pulls him toward a village ruler who has made a dark pact with evil forces.”

The movie is due out in theaters this coming May on the 28th. Directed by Christopher Smith, Black Death also stars actress Carice van Houten, David Warner, Tim McInnerny and John Lynch.




As a biography Kimberley Nixon, an English actress, was born on the 24th of September in 1985. Nixon is a native of Bristol, England. The only daughter out of six siblings, Kimberly has been acting since 2007.

Since her debut Nixon has appeared in the TV series entitled Cranford where she portrayed the character Sophy Hutton. A year later the twenty five year old was cast in Angus, Things, and Perfect Snogging as the movie’s resident Wet Lindsay.

The English actress has since gone on to secure roles in Wild Child, Easy Virtue, as Hilda and Hilda Whittaker in the movie Cherrybomb. This year Nixon has three new projects in the works. Playing the role of Egg Lytton Gore, the young performer will appear in Agatha Christie: Poirot. With her second project already mentioned (Black Death), Nixon is also part of the cast in Elfie Hopkins and the Gammons as Pippa. The Ryan Andrews directed movie follows a teen detective who tracks the new neighbors in town.

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See video of Kimberley Nixon, English actress below with photos here.




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