Nathaniel has worked extensively in film, theatre and television. His first film role after graduating from NIDA in 1999 was in Tony Ayres’ Walking on Water for which he received the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award in 2002 for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. In 2004 Nathaniel was again nominated for an AFI Award for his role in Cate Shortland’s Somersault. His other film credits include roles in Neil Armfield’s Candy, as well as The Rage in Lake Placid and The Final Winter. Nathaniel’s roles in theatre include The Effect (Melbourne Theatre Company), A Streetcar Named Desire (Black Swan Theatre Company), The One Day of the Year and The Secret River (Sydney Theatre Company) directed by Neil Armfield, for which he received a Helpmann Award nomination for Best Actor for his portrayal of William Thornhill. Included in Nathaniel’s numerous television credits are Anzac Girls, Puberty Blues, Parer’s War, Old School, Bikie Wars, Wild Boys, Underbelly, East West 101, Rain Shadow, All Saints, City Homicide, Killing Time, Satisfaction and Always Greener. He has just completed the upcoming feature, The Nightingale, directed by Jennifer Kent and can be seen as Sergeant Hallet in Alien: Covenant directed by Ridley Scott. He most recently completed Macbeth, in the starring role.