Career Podcast – Meet Nuno Queimado, Actor

Nuno Queimado is an actor with some fantastic credits to his name including Hamilton in the West End. So what does he think about his journey to inclusion and career self-awareness? Check out the podcast!

Career podcast listening notes

Nuno’s story covers:

  • His road from childhood aspirations to be an inventor to acting
  • inclusion, the good, the bad and ugly
  • the importance of self awareness in career planning
  • his new passion for meditation as part of his own self care routine

About Nuno

If you ever meet Nuno you’ll be blown away by his work ethic, resilience and commitment to achieving the goals that he sets himself. He is an amazing friend. His friend Steve the Branding Man says: “I couldn’t be prouder of everything that he does – in many respects he is the perfect role model.”

Nuno is an actor currently in Hamilton West End, as a standby for a few roles including Lafayette/Jefferson, and Hamilton himself. With credits including Jesus Christ Superstar, and ITV’s show “Cold Feet”, Nuno has established himself in what can be considered a perilous industry to get into. Performing is Nuno’s leading passion, albeit not the only one. With a colourful vocational path including psychology degrees, and a certified passion for physical rehabilitation, he is a mind of many interests, and a bountiful career with a unique perspective on the importance of mental well-being.

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My Career Story

Our thanks to Steve Keith, The Branding Man, for creating the My Career Story podcast series. Click the links to find out more!

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