21-year-old Nia Jermin is from Swansea, South Wales and has recently graduated from the prestigious Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre. Nia began her interest in theatre at an early age under the direction of her brother Mark at his established part time performing arts centre, the Mark Jermin Stage School.
Whilst training, Nia gained valuable theatre experience making her West End debut at the age of 10 in Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre and many West End musical revues in theatres such as the Westminster, the Dominion and the Criterion in conjunction with Songtime Theatre Arts and Ravenscourt Theatre School. With Arts Educational, Nia appeared in Stephen Sondheim’s 75th birthday celebration, Children Will Listen, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane and Follies at the London Palladium. Nia’s UK touring productions include: the lead role Lucy in E&B and Paul Elliott’s production of The Goodbye Girl starring Gary Wilmot and Marti Webb. Other touring production credits include Bill Kenwright’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole alongside EastEnder Charlie Brooks as well as regional productions including: Val in A Chorus Line, Ida in Honk!, Lily St Regis in Annie, Texas in Cabaret and Sandy in Grease. Nia has just completed the UK tour of South Pacific as onstage swing and Nurse Pamela Whitmore
Nia’s film credits include: Karen in The Life and Death of Phillip Knight for Yorkshire Television, About a Boy starring Hugh Grant and Head Chorister in Love Actually.
Television credits consist of: Laura in Doc Martin (ITV) alongside Martin Clunes, Daisy Whittcomb in BBC hospital series Casualty, a lead cast member in the 12-episode CBBC sketch show Stupid which is currently airing, Helen in HTV’s Nuts and Bolts, Sabrina the Teenage Witch for Nickelodeon, NOOD Reports, S4C’s daily magazine show Heno, Live and Kicking, Vicky in Channel 4’s Teachers, Sian in Mine All Mine productions and Night Owls for HTV. Nia recently appeared in Starstruck, a fly on the wall documentary on her brother’s Welsh theatre school which aired nationwide last year.
Radio credits include: Sarah in The Starving Girl, and Louise in Fallen which were both for BBC Radio.
Her dance credits include: ISA Hair Show 2003, 2004, 2005; the opening ceremony of Cardiff Arms Park in which she assisted the choreographer; Peacocks Fashion shows at Cardiff CIA;The Coca Cola Cup Final; L’Oreal Hair Show; and the Olympia Horse Show 2004.
Choreography credits include: the opening of White Rock Stadium Swansea, National Hairdressing Federation, Salon International at Excel Dockland.
Nia has appeared in over 50 television commercials and idents, some of which were filmed in Prague, Vienna, Germany, Ireland and the UK, and range from margarine to washing tablets!
Pop video credits include: ‘Don’t Marry Her (Have Me)’ – Beautiful South.
Nia’s modelling assignments include: Mizz magazine, Sugar magazine, Blush magazine and the Daily Mail newspaper.