Although dismissive of his character, his performance garnered praise and a nomination for Golden Nymph Award.His transition to adult roles began with the 2009 drama A Single Man, for which he earned a BAFTA Rising Star Award.Although he initially wanted to study English, Hoult chose to pursue a career in acting.Hoult received wide recognition for his portrayal of Tony Stonem in the E4 teenage-drama series Skins.Hoult initially treated acting as a hobby rather than a potential career option; in a March 2009 interview with The Daily Telegraph he said he was not "in love with it ... He said the change was difficult; his time there was short and he preferred attending a regular school.He still did not want to pursue acting as a profession and at 14 he left Sylvia Young Theatre School in favour of Ranelagh School.Nicholas Caradoc Hoult (born 7 December 1989 in Wokingham, Berkshire) is an English actor.
although he initially wanted to attain advanced level certificates in English, Biology, and Psychology, he decided instead to attend acting school at Sylvia Young Theatre and later the church school at Ranelagh.
Dominic Cavendish of The Daily Telegraph wrote that Hoult's performance was persuasive but Lyn Gardner of The Guardian found him average and highlighted his inability to bring out the "unresolved sexual tension beneath [the] banter".
Hoult next appeared in Tom Ford's A Single Man (2009), after the actor originally cast in the role of Kenny Potter left the film a few days before filming commenced.
Hoult is best-known for his supporting roles but he has turned to starring roles—mostly in independent films—including three of his 2017 roles; the romantic drama Newness and the biographical films Rebel in the Rye and The Current War, in which he played J. Hoult was born in Wokingham, Berkshire, to piano teacher Glenis (née Brown) and British Airways pilot Roger Hoult.
Nicholas' great-aunt was Dame Anna Neagle, a stage and film actor who was active in the 1930s and 1940s.