Nick has a voiceover role in SEE GRACE FLY, an independent film shot in Vancouver. He plays the voices in the protagonist's head.
The film was for sale at Cineclix.com in downloadable format, but it's no longer there. However, you can buy it direct from the production company as a DVD with bonus features. E-mail them for more info.
From Kand (December 14, 2004):
I asked Robert French, the producer, for confirmation as imdb doesn't credit Nick, but yes, it's for real. First Nick was called for another role.
Here's what Mr. French writes:
"He was originally cast to play the Priest's role, and had to withdraw this commitment at the last minute. His involvement was more in regards to his friendship with Paul McGillion believe."
"Spoke with the director, Pete McCormack, and yes, the main voices for Grace were provided by Nick Lea. They spent a good deal of time rehearsing them, actually, so that Nick was actually "in character" as a real antagonist when he was doing them. Pete was VERY pleased with the result, as you will hear in the download, though they may sound better off of the DVD, which will be available in a month or so off of CineClix as well. I have screened the film many times in theatres, but it was this two week theatrical run which gave us the best sound, so that the voices were much clearer and more haunting than any of us had ever heard."
"See Grace Fly" IMDb Page