Who Is Nicci Taylor, Stephen Tompkinson’s Ex-Wife?

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Nicci Taylor is the second and ex-wife of Stephen Tompkinson, who is an English actor who has appeared in several television shows, including Chancer (1990), Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–1998), Ballykissangel (1996–98), Grafters (1998–1999), Danny Trevanion in Wild at Heart (2006–2013) and DCI Banks (2010-2016). He won the 1994 British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy Actor for his part in Brassed Off. He also starred as Trevor Purvis in Grafters, Hotel Splendide, and The Fifth Element. Who Is Nicci Taylor, Stephen Tompkinson’s Ex-Wife?

Meet Nicci Taylor, Stephen Tompkinson’s Ex-Wife

Stephen Tompkinson was married to Celia Anastasia and subsequent to the couple’s divorce he became engaged to Ballykissangel co-star Dervla Kirwan. He then married Nicci Taylor, with whom he has a daughter, Daisy Ellen. It was announced in December 2006 that they had separated and would divorce.

He loves cricket. In fact, if he wasn’t an actor, he would want to be a travelling cricket commentator so that he could spend summers all over the world. In 2008 he wrote an article for The Wisden Cricketer about Darren Gough. On 10 August 2022, Tompkinson pleaded not guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm. Tompkinson is set to appear at Crown Court for trial in September 2022.

Nicci Taylor Age

How old is Nicci Taylor? Her exact date of birth is not known. She is in her 50s. She holds British nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.


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Stephen Tompkinson Career Explored

Stephen Tompkinson has hosted or narrated a number of other UK television programs, including a FIFA 100 Years of Football documentary. In 1999, he presented the BBC2 documentary Great Railway Journeys: Singapore to Bangkok. It was part of Series 4 of popular Great Railway Journeys travel documentaries that aired over many years in both the UK and on PBS in America.

In 2009, he appeared in Stephen Tompkinson’s Great African Balloon Adventure, a three-part documentary inspired by Jules Verne’s first work Five Weeks in a Balloon. It followed Stephen Tompkinson and his ballooning expert Robin Batchelor as they travelled 6,108 miles across six weeks from coast to coast, above and on the ground in Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, Botswana, and Namibia.

The original series aired on ITV in the UK during June 2009. Later, American Public Television distributed the series in the US. The African ballooning themed show was well-received and because of this, ITV commissioned a three part follow up show. This second series followed Stephen Tompkinson’s Australian Balloon Adventure and aired on ITV1 in 2010.

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