Andy appears in this acclaimed Sci-Fi thriller opposite Antonio Baneras & Dylan McDermott.
Andy stars in one of the new 26 sequences for this cult movie.
Directed by 'Cheap Thrills' director Evan Katz, this eagerly awaited sequel showcases more extraordinary madness.
Andy stars as one of the 5 bad guys - 'The Tumor'. This sequel to 'Kick Ass' proved a big hit with the movies many fans.
'This psychological thriller staring Andy, Neve Campbell & James Cosmo, is currently playing film festivals and has received tremendous reviews. Perhaps the first 'recession thriller', it tell of one mans struggle to hold his life and lifestyle together whilst everything around him crumbles'.
Andy stars alongside Sean Bean, Carice Van Houten, Eddie Redmayne in director Chris Smith’s (Severance) latest movie, which
is released in UK Cinemas on May 28th.
It tells the story of a band of medeavel mercenaries who get sent to the one village in England that doesn’t have the plague.
This much anticipated movie promises to be dark, brutal and uncompromising.
This high-octane action thriller stars Ving Rhames, Kelly Hu, Robert Carlyle alongside Andy and tells the story of a competition for the worlds best hit-men. Andy plays Tech-Eddie, the man who keeps the competition running smoothly.
This modern British farce has been a smash around the world and number 1 in the box office in 7 different countries. Hailed as a 'New Classic', it has won numerous awards including HBO's Best Comedy Award at the Aspen Film Festival. A riot from start to finish.
"Andy Nyman (the man who gets his leg cut off in Severance) plays an absolute blinder and gives a show-stopping belly laughing performance."
Brit Review UK
"Andy Nyman is the thinking man's Jack Black"
"...the scene-stealing fussbudget Andy Nyman"
New York Times.
This BAFTA nominated cult classic received sensational reviews & viewing figures when it premiered.
'In Andy Nyman, especially, Charlie has found his DeNiro. No-one swears like Andy Nyman. He swirls Charlie’s dialogue around like it’s claret before spitting it in the face of anyone who makes the mistake of coming near. It’s an extraordinary performance and if there were no-one else in it worth watching, it’d still be worth watching because of him."
Graham Linehan - Why That's Delightful
"Special mention should be given to Andy Nyman who totally nails the role of Patrick and in doing so gives one of the most memorable performances I've seen on television all year - honestly, Dead Set is worth watching for his performance alone; it's that good."
Phil Newton ‘Dread Central’
Director Christopher Smith’s follow up to his smash hit ‘Creep’ has an all star British. This horror-comedy tells the story of 7 office mates visiting Hungary for a team building exercise that goes horribly wrong.
"Nyman is the discovery of the movie - raising laughs with his every gesture "
Henry Fitzherbert - The Sunday Express
"...Andy Nyman's cult status as a close-up magician of genius is being eclipsed by his growing career in movies."
Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian
"Gory, Funny, Scary... A Horror-Comedy for fans of Shaun of the Dead & American Werewolf in London"
4 STARS - Total Film.
“Never once sacrificing the edgy wit or grisly scares in its passionate process, Severance is a modern mould-breaking success”.
4 STARS - Alan Jones, Shivers & Starburst.
This cutting edge "Dogme" style thriller has an incredible cast including Gabriel Byrne, Val Kilmer, Vinnie Jones, Joanne Whalley as well as its writer Mick Rossi.
Andy plays Danny a low life drug dealer and killer in this wholly improvised thriller!
The movie, which premiered at the 2006 Cannes marketplace, is co-written and directed by Sean Stanek.
Andy won ‘BEST ACTOR’ at the prestigious 2006 Cherbourg Film Festival for his portrayal of Colin Frampton in this wonderfully black comedy based in Prague. It was also awarded Best Film - "Audience Award" & "Grand Jury Prize" at Cherbourg, the first time this had ever happened in the Festivals history. It also enjoyed many more audience awards at festivals around the world before it's DVD debut last year.
“Director Steen Agro's ace in the hole, however, is the instant and palpable chemistry between the Nyman and Roden. They ain't Lemmon and Matthau, but their spot-on timing is on par with, say, the interplay between Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin in "Midnight Run." - Variety 2006
This Dutch bio-pic tells the story of 70’s Dutch Rock band ‘Herman Brood & His Wild Romance’.
Andy plays real life U.S. record producer Leo Leitner who took the band to New York in the hope of transatlantic success.
The movie shot in Amsterdam & Los Angeles and opened in Holland in November 2006.
In 2000 Andy created the role of Keith Whitehead in the controversial film of Martin Amis's Dead Babies (U.S. title Mood Swingers). Andy's reviews were excellent with the highest praise coming from Martin Amis himself, who in his autobiography 'Experience' refers to Andy as "astonishing.
"Andy Nyman is a genuine find, stealing Scenes & scraping a buried pathos out of Keith's otherwise repulsive clowning." - Film Revie
Based on real life memoirs from Polish WW2 survivors, acclaimed director Jon Avent (Fried Green Tomatoes, Red Corner & Up Close & Personal) tells the astonishing story of the Jewish uprising in the Warsaw ghetto during WW2.
The all-star cast includes Jon Voight, Donald Sutherland, David Schwimmer, Leelee Sobieski and Hank Azaria. Andy plays Calel, a Jewish police officer who collaborates with the Nazis.
The NBC movie went on to win an Emmy and was Golden Globe nominated.
Is the directorial debut of producer Amy Hobby (Secretary and Ethan Hawke's Hamlet)
The movie was shot by the award winning cinematographer Peter Demming (From Hell, the Austin Powers trilogy, Mulholland Drive).
Andy plays Franco, a gay, French drug dealer who also has a passion for guns.
The film just won Best New Director at the Rhode Island Film Festival and was chosen to screen at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2003 as well as at this year's Raindance Film Festival in London.