Nick Lane Net Worth

Nick Lane was born on 1967, is Actor, Producer, Camera Department. Nick Lane is an Actor, Producer, and Film Maker. After finishing school at 16, Nick decided to pursue acting professionally.Traveling the world and acting in numerous television, film and commercial projects, he expanded into Producing projects in addition to his Acting Career.Since 2008 Nick has been Producing commercials, music videos, and films and is a proud member of the Producers Guild of America.In 2011, Nick went on to Co-Found a branded content and viral video ad agency which was featured on AMC's The Pitch as a cutting edge viral video ad agency. The agency built a Branded Content Youtube channel that has garnered over 25 million organic views for various brands.Nick helped launch the Aerial Cinematography Company Hover Cameras. Nick is a Co-Founder of the Improv/Sketch group The Misunderstoods.He Produces with several successful Production Companies in addition to his own Company: Studio Lane, LLC.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Producer, Camera Department
Birth Year 1967
Residence London
Alma mater Imperial College, Royal Free Hospital Medical School
Known for Science writing
Spouse(s) Ana Hidalgo-Simon
Awards Biochemical Society Award (2015) Michael Faraday Prize (2016)
Fields Biochemistry, chemiosmosis
Institutions University College London
Thesis In vivo studies of ischaemia-reperfusion injury in hypothermically stored rabbit renal autograft (1995)

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Educated at Imperial College, London, he earned his PhD at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School in 1995 with a thesis entitled In vivo studies of ischaemia-reperfusion injury in hypothermically stored rabbit renal autograft. He then worked as Medical Writer at Oxford Clinical Communications for a year before joining Medi Cine International a medical multimedia company, also as a Writer. In 1999 he became strategic Director at what was, by then, Adelphi Medi Cine, a post he held until 2002.


He became an Honorary Researcher at University College London in 1997, has held the post of Honorary Reader since 2006 and was the first Provost's Venture Research Fellow there 2009–2012. Since October 2013 he has been Reader in Evolutionary Biochemistry in the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment at UCL. He is the author of popular science books and many articles and is the winner of the 2015 Biochemical Society Award. and the 2016 Michael Faraday Prize.


His book, Life Ascending: The Ten Great Inventions of Evolution, won the 2010 Royal Society Prize for Science Books. He appeared on In Our Time on Radio Four on 13 September 2012, when the topic of discussion was the cell, and again on 15 May 2014, when the topic was photosynthesis.