Nigel Goodwin

Nigel Goodwin is a pastor of artists. Whilst a successful actor in the 1960's Nigel was called into a ministry of encouraging and counselling those working in the arts, media and entertainment industries and received the original vision for what would become the Arts Centre Group. He continues his ministry today through the Genesis Arts Trust. Now lives in Devon.

Nigel Goodwin is an actor, known for Two a Penny (1967), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960) and Probation Officer (1959).  Other Works:He acted in Shelagh Delaney's play, "A Taste of Honey," at the Northampton Repertory Theatre in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England with Sarah Wilson, Maureen Dormer, Alan Brown, and Aleksander Browne in the cast. Inigo Monk was director

Nigel Goodwin, a British actor and graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and former student of Francis Schaeffer and Hans Rookmaker at L’Abri. He is also the Founder of the London Arts Centre Group and Executive Director of Genesis Arts Trust, a ministry committed to serving the needs of Christian artists throughout the world. Patron of the Arts  Centre Group