Nick Stahl was born on the 5th of December, 1979, in Dallas, Texas. Better know for his role in 'Man Without A Face', starring along side Mel Gibson, Nick has taken over the role as John Connor in 'T3 Rise of the Machines'.
Nick has been interested in acting since a very early age. Starring in a modest selection of TV commercials, plays and theatre. Nick was respected and viewed as a promising upcoming actor. This eventually led to starring in two TV movies, 'Stranger at my door' and 'Women with a past'. Spotted by Mel Gibson and offered the role of Chuck Norstad in 'Man Without A Face' was obviously a highpoint in Nick's career and certainly made his presence known. The film went on to be a success, boosting his career even further.
Nick went on to star in films such as 'Disturbing Behaviour' and the war drama 'The Thin Red Line'.
The youngest of three children, born to mother Donna Stahl and a brother to two older sisters, Emily and Bonny... Nick was always into acting and from the age of four decided this was what he wanted to do.
Nick studied acting at the KD Studio TV Commercial Workshop and the Melva Smith School of Dance which helped towards landing himself enough television roles to establish a promising career.
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