Nicholas Sadler

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Nicholas Sadler
Born 1975 (age 42–43)
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Occupation Actor
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s)
Gigi New (m. 2003)

Nicholas Sadler (born 1975) is an American actor. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he was raised in Apple Valley, Minnesota, where he attended Apple Valley High School. He was accepted into the Juilliard School's Drama Department while a senior in high school.

After graduating, he worked in theater in New York before being cast in Oliver Stone's The Doors. The part led to roles in Stephen King's Sometimes They Come Back and his role as Mad Dog Coll in Mobsters. He has had major roles in films such as Disclosure, Twister, Scent of a Woman, and Hellraiser: Inferno.

Writer and director[edit]

In 1998 Nicholas Sadler wrote and directed the short film Jesus Tells A Joke. The film premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival and went on to screen at festivals around the world, including Slamdance, Denver, and Deauville.

In 2002 Nicholas Sadler was the creative consultant for the Ray Romano documentary 95 Miles to Go, directed by Tom Caltabiano (Producer, Everybody Loves Raymond).

Personal life[edit]

Sadler has been married to his wife Gigi New since 2003, they have no children together.

Filmography[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Production credits[edit]

  • Jesus Takes a Joke (1998) (director, writer and producer)
  • 95 Miles to Go (2002) (creative consult)

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