- "Then this is what we'll remember"
- ―Nina's last line on Being Human.
Not much is known about Nina's pre-series life. In series one, it was revealed that Nina had severe burn scars on her abdomen, which (according to the official BBC Being Human website) were caused by an extremely abusive boyfriend. In series 3, episode 3 she tells George that when she was a child, her mother abused her -- hitting Nina and belittling her.
Nina disliked that George wasn't being totally honest with her, feeling that he was not investing himself in the relationship due to his inability to tell her about himself. In reality, he simply did not know how to (or whether to) tell her that he was a werewolf and he worried that he would hurt her. Eventually, Nina revealed to George that she, too, had secrets (i.e. the origin of a large burn scar on her stomach) and they were able to agree that, for the time being, their secrets could remain secret.Daisy. After an aggressive argument, Nina revealed to George that he had 'given her the curse' and that she was now a werewolf. This sent George into a breakdown and was a serious set-back to their relationship but they soon made up, though things remained tense. Mitchell helped Carl, Mitchell's vampire friend, escape the country after murdering his lover, Nina was furious and left the house. She left George a note and broke his heart. She was then confronted by Kemp, who had been looking for a type 3 werewolf. She was staying with them for almost two months, when she returned to George and asked him to go to the CenSSA Main Quarter since Kemp wanted to help them to become human again. George had already started a new relationship with Sam Danson. He wasn't sure that what Kemp had promised could actually happen, but when he and Sam broke up he joined Nina. Annie was coming with them. Then George discovered a note from Tully (the werewolf who turned him) confirming that 'all the werewolves die in the chamber'. They managed to get out of the facility and started to move to a new country house. However Annie was sent to Purgatory by Kemp and wasn't able to join them. Nina felt guilty about it, since she was the one who introduced them to Kemp. So she tried everything to get Annie back. She was ordering Lucy Jaggat's book, searching for hints and she also tried to reach her. However when Lucy actually showed up, Nina was so angry that she asked Mitchell why he didn't kill her.
Later, Nina is confronted by Herrick- his memory now restored- who reveals that he remembers what George did to him and wants him to suffer by hurting Nina. Herrick pretends to let Nina go, only to stab her non-fatally, which heals days later due to her werewolf abilities.
A week after giving birth to her daughter Eve, she is murdered by vampires, by being beaten to death with baseball bats, on the orders of the vampire Old One Griffin. Her death is later avenged by George. She was later referenced by ghost Alfie Kirby, who claimed that Nina had sent him to help the new trinity look after Eve because she couldn't come back herself, but this was soon revealed to be a lie; Alfie's knowledge of Nina was simply the result of information given to him by Eve's future ghost. In the final episode of Series 4, Annie and Eve both die whilst saving the world, which turns out to be Annie's (secondary) unfinished business. After Annie's door appears both Annie and Eve cross through purgatory where they meet Nina who is with George and Mitchell.
Relationships and Freetime activitiesEdit
After becoming a werewolf Nina gets a lot of other supernatural friends, such as Annie, Tom, Adam, Mitchell, Herrick and the zombie Sasha. Annie becomes her best friend; she was the first person who got to know that Nina was infected with the werewolf curse.
Apart from the supernatural friends it is known that Nina is a friend of Sasha. Sasha is a nurse who works together with Nina at the St. Jude's Hospital. Nina and Sasha are meeting each other in their freetime.
The informations about Nina's life, when she is not around George, Mitchell or Annie are very limited. Before Nina moves into Georges room she lives in her own flat. In her flat are a lot of books, so Nina might like to read during her free time. A huge amount of the books are specialist books, so it seems that Nina likes to to educate herself. Furthermore she also likes to meet up with her friends, like Sasha.
- Cure and Contagion
- Serve God, Love Me and Mend
- Long Live The King
- Educating Creature
- All God's Children
- Adam's Family
- Type 4
- The Pack
- The Longest Day
- Daddy Ghoul
- Though the Heavens Fall
- The Wolf-Shaped Bullet (final appearance)
Nina has appeared in 19 episodes in total.
|Being Human BBC Characters|
Secondary: Lee Tully • Gilbert • Janey Harris • Bernie • Alan Cortez • Sasha • Graham • George Sands Snr. • Edgar Wyndham • Griffin • Dewi • Regus • Leo • Pearl • Fergus • Michaela Thompson • Kirby • Yvonne • Allison Larkin • Emrys • Golda • Kane • Milo • Arthur • Lady Catherine • Emil Parsons • Oliver • Albert • Patsy • Sophie • Alan • Kathleen • Rufus • Lady Mary • Larry Chrysler • Bobby • Natasha • Quinn