Nick Sagar is a British actor who rose to fame by appearing in films such as Ill Manors (2012), Queen of the South (2016), and The Princess Switch: Switched Once More (2020).

Prior life: Upbringing & Education

Nickolas Dewan ‘Nick‘ Sagar, now 31, is a British actor born on January 7, 1988, in London, England, under the Capricorn zodiac sign. He is also recognized by his alias Sega. He aspired to be a doctor as a youngster, but he learned to breakdance and played soccer in the meanwhile.
He is British since he hails from a blended background with part-Indian ancestors from Guyana and Jamaica. He has an elder brother named Michael Sagar, according to some accounts. His father and mother’s names remain unknown.

Regarding his educational background, there is no information available in the public domain.

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Body stats

Sagar is speculated to be above 5 feet 11 inches tall (1.8 meters). He has an athletic build and a well-kept physique.

Wiki 
Full NameNick Sagar
Date of Birth January 7, 1988
Birth PlaceUK
Age33 (2021)
NationalityBritish
Father's NameN/A
Mother's NameN/A
Siblings N/A
OccupationActor
Body MeasurementN/A
EthnicityN/A
ZodiacCapricorn
Height5 feet 11 inches
Weight72 kg
Hair ColorBlack
Eyes ColorDark brown
ReligionBlack
Relationship StatusSingle
Spouse(s)/Partner(s)Alexandra Burke (ex)
ChildrenN/A
Net worth $10 million

Career

Nick began his acting career in 2009 with a tiny role as a gang member in the TV movie “Gunrush,” and later that year, he starred in another television drama called “Just Like Family.” He portrayed a Security Officer in the 2010 film “S.N.U.B.” and Joseph in an episode of the hit series “NCIS: Los Angeles” the subsequent year.
In 2012, he starred as Marcel in the British crime thriller “III Manors,” He received critical acclaim. Meanwhile, in 2012, he photographed a battle scene for the band Muse’s live act.

Sagar appeared in the shows “Holby City” and “Wasteman Diaries” in 2014 and two episodes of “Hank Zipzer” a year later. Nick returned to Detective Alonzo Loya in the new USA Network TV drama “Queen of the South” in 2016 and has featured in 13 episodes to date. His career has recently taken off, and he can be seen in shows like “Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments,” where he plays Victor Aldertre in eight episodes of the second season. This position helped Nick acquire prominence as an actor.

Then there was the OWN soap opera “The Haves and the Have Nots,” directed by Tyler Perry, an American crime thriller and drama series in which Nick played Charles Frederickson for six episodes. Finally, in the Netflix original series “The Princess Switch,” he plays Kevin Richards, a caring best friend.

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Dating

His personal life is a bit enigmatic, and he doesn’t appear to enjoy talking about it or his love life. Sagar hasn’t been linked to many women over the years, but he did date Alexandra Burke, a British pop star. However, Nick looks to be single and eligible since he is not involved in any serious relationships. His sexual orientation is straight, although there have been speculations that he is homosexual, as is the scenario with many other single celebrities.

Net worth

Nick has mainly depicted justdecent‘ jobs so far and has a sizable pay from his acting profession, which we may expect to rise year after year. Nick’s net worth is believed to be above $10 million as of the current year, as per reputable sources.

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Social media presence

On Twitter, Sagar is @nickdsagar. On Instagram, Nick Sagar is @nickdsagar. Every day, he shares martial arts videos, photographs of himself displaying his soccer abilities, and a slew of gym selfies. Nick is gaining millions of admirers, and many of them want to stay up to date on his life. His Instagram and Twitter accounts have amassed over 90,000 followers.

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