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Nick Carter mini bio:
Nickolas Gene Carter is an American actor born on May 27, 1964 in Los Angeles, California. He is most notably popular for his skills as a comic actor. He has performed in movies, radio shows, and podcast artist, among other professions in entertainment industry. His filmography covers a wide genre of movies, and the variety remains the same in his roles as well. Several times, he appeared in various reality shows on TV. His most notable performances in movies include movies like Windy City Heat, The Hammer, Jeff Balis' Still Waiting... , Save Virgil, and Road Hard. He also made many TV show appearances as regular or recurring cast member, these shows include- Too Late with Nickolas Gene Carter, The Man Show, Crank Yankers, Dancing with the Stars, etc. Throughout his career, Nickolas Gene Carter received great acclaim from the critics for his roles. He is widely considered as a professional actor serious about his commitment for acting career.
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