Nicholas Vince played The Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser & Hellbound: Hellraiser II and Kinski in Barker's Nightbreed.


At the end of 2019 he performed his autobiographical one man show, I Am Monsters! at the Pleasance Theatre, London as part of the London Horror Festival, and to a sell out audience in Las Vegas. This premiered as a documentary feature film at FrightFest, London in 2023. A blu-ray release is planned for Spring 2024 in collaboration with Dark Rift Horror.


From 2020 to 2022 he hosted 46 episodes of The Chattering Hour where he interviewed famous guests from the genres of horror, thrillers and suspense.


He's written and directed three short films. The Night Whispered and Your Appraisal which screened in the UK, USA and France. His third film, Necessary Evils was included as a DVD extra on For We Are Many from Hex Media. In addition he's created two music videos, plus a short film for the Soska Sisters Blood Drive. 


He stars in the independent feature films, They're Outside (dir. Anthony Hayles & Sam Casserly), Hollower (dir. MJ Dixon) and The Offer (dir. Chris Griffiths & Gary Smart). He features in Book of Monsters and How to Kill Monsters (dir. Stewart Sparke), Borley Rectory (dir. Ashley Thorpe), For We Are Many (dir. various), The Black Gloves (dir. Lawrie Brewster) and Can't Kill This (dir. Federico Scargiali). He's starred numerous short films including the award winning Mindless (dir. Katie Bonham).


His two collections of short stories, What Monsters Do and Other People's Darkness are both available on amazon sites; and his short story Prayers of Desire, a new origin story for The Chatterer was published as part of Hellraiser: Anthology - Volume 2 published by Seraphim Inc. This will be included in his third volume of short stories as the title story.


In 2023 he was awarded an Innovator of Horror Award by Cine-Excess and Birmingham City University. Previously he received a Lifetime of Torment Award at Texas Frightmare, the London Horror Society Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK Independent Horror, plus a Dedication to Horror award from the Liverpool Horror Club