Nick Dennis (April 26, 1904 – November 14, 1980) was a Greek American film actor born in Thessaly, Greece. The supporting actor, who began in films in 1947, was known for playing ethnic types (usually Greek) in films such as Kiss Me Deadly and the Humphrey Bogart film Sirocco. Dennis, who spoke Greek fluently, appeared in a number of television programs in the 1960s and 1970s including playing the parts of Orderly Nick Kanavaras on the medical drama Ben Casey and Uncle Constantine on the detective show Kojak.
|1947||A Double Life||Stagehand||Uncredited|
|1951||A Streetcar Named Desire||Pablo|
|1951||Ten Tall Men||Mouse|
|1952||Anything Can Happen||Chancho|
|1952||The Iron Mistress||Nez Coupe|
|1952||Eight Iron Men||Pvt. Sapiros|
|1953||Man in the Dark||Cookie|
|1953||The Glory Brigade||Cpl. Marakis|
|1955||East of Eden||Rantani|
|1955||Top of the World||Master Sgt. Cappi|
|1955||Kiss Me Deadly||Nick Va Va Voom|
|1955||The Big Knife||Mickey Feeney|
|1957||Slaughter on Tenth Avenue||Midget Dock Worker|
|1959||Alaska Passage||Pete Harris|
|1961||Too Late Blues||Nick Bubalinas|
|1962||Birdman of Alcatraz||Crazed Prisoner||Uncredited|
|1963||4 for Texas||Angel|
|1968||The Legend of Lylah Clare||Nick|
|1969||The Good Guys and the Bad Guys||Engineer #2|
- Pultar, Gönül (2014). Imagined Identities: Identity Formation in the Age of Globalization p. 149. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 978-0-8156-3342-6.
- Frangos, Steve (April 4, 2008). "Finding Greek American TV Stars on DVD". The National Herald. Retrieved June 27, 2018.
- "A Streetcar Named Desire". Variety. June 20, 1951. Retrieved June 27, 2018.