Nick gets so nervous the night before commencing filming that he is sick.
Another celebrity fan of Nick's is horror director Eli Roth who once emailed Nick to say: "I just wanted to tell you again how great you were in Shaun Of The Dead. Quentin Tarantino and I were talking about you for an hour the other night saying how you're the funniest man on earth!"
Nick didn't want to be an actor but "fell" into the profession.
Nick has lived in Israel for fifteen months
Nick left school when he was 15.
Quentin Tarantino is quoted as saying that Nick is "the funniest man on earth".
Nick would love to work with Quentin Tarantino.
If Nick had to throw records to protect himself from a zombie he'd sacrifice "Kiss Me" by Six Pence None the Richer.
If Nick could have any superpower he'd like to be able to fly.
Nick has a cameo role in comedy series Big Train (which also stars Simon Pegg) playing a builder.
Nick is the host of five's Danger, 50,000 volts and it's sequel Danger, Incoming Attack.
Nick Frost is Simon Pegg's best friend and they used to be flatmates.
Nick: Most telly is for kids now anyway. It's partly responsible for the collapse of English society. People watch X-Factor and think they can be famous for just being on telly.
Nick: (on television) I still like it. It's always on. I come from a working class background and the telly was always on. If it was off then there was a problem. You were either going to get told off or someone had died.
Nick: Yeah I had been a waiter for like ten years. You know, I really didn't want to do anything apart from play X-box and smoke spliffs.
Nick: (on the trials of playing weapons-expert Mike in Spaced) I took a gun home to practice stripping it. A woman saw the barrel sticking out of my bag and called the police. I had gone home and it was a very hot day so I opened the back door of my house and was sitting in a pair of skimpy shorts with a blindfold on, taking the gun to pieces. When I put it back and lifted the blindfold up, there were six or eight armed policemen holding firearms at me and they came in and started screaming – it was very tense.
Nick Frost: (on his brief experience as a stand-up comedian) I did ten gigs at the very beginning. Five were amazing, and five were the worst moments of my life.
Nick Frost: (On his character in Spaced) Mike is based on a couple of people I know, one is a friend called Flea who is mad on weapons and stuff and Russia and another is Jon an ex-security guard who also likes guns a bit too much. But for their military love they are both lovely blokes.