Wim Snape as "Nathan" | The Full Monty on FX

Wim Snape


"Nathan," portrayed by Wim Snape, is trying his very best to be anything other than his father, Gaz. Strong, solid and dependable, Nathan is a present, doting father to six-year-old Ben. While his career on the police force is a direct attempt to distance himself from Gaz’s capers, it’s also a handy way to keep a watchful eye on his father and Destiny when either are up to no good. 

Career Highlights

Wim Snape is currently filming his leading role of “Peter Ingram” in his second season of The Beaker Girls for the BBC.

Prior to that, he played the role of “Andy” in the feature film Me, Myself and Di,  “William Bell” in BBC One’s Gentleman Jack, “Dean Marchan” in Casualty for BBC One, “Justin Parker” in two episodes of Coronation Street for ITV1 and “Mike Coburn” in Doctors for BBC One.

Snape's other TV credits include “Sergei” in I Live with Models, “David” in Drifters and “Cain” in That Band; the guest roles of “Tony Dunmore” in Holby City for BBC One, “Jeff Lloyd” in Heartbeat and “Stephen Butler” in Emmerdale, both for ITV.

On film, he played “David” in Transhuman for Porcelain Film, “Charles James Hughes” in Genesis and “Jason” in The Showreel, amongst others.

Snape also played “Nathan” in the original feature film of The Full Monty from Fox Searchlight Pictures and reprises his role in the new FX/Disney+ series.

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Darren is recently divorced and looks up to the Monty men for advice on navigating life.