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Nick Stabile is an American television actor.
Stabile in 2007
|Alma mater||Colorado State University|
soap opera actor
Tricia Small (m. 2007)
Stabile played Gabe Capshaw on the show, Saints and Sinners. He is well known for playing the role of Jesse (Katherine Heigl's on-screen boyfriend) in the slasher film Bride of Chucky. He also played Mark Wolper on the now-defunct NBC soap Sunset Beach from the show's premiere in January 1997 until January 1998 when his character was killed off. In 2000, Stabile took on the role of Dennis Wilson in The Beach Boys: An American Family. He played the lead role in Santa, Jr., a film released in 2002. Stabile also portrayed the role of Nicholas Foxworth "Fox" Crane on another NBC soap, Passions on a temporary basis from August to September 2004. During this time, Justin Hartley (the original Fox) was on paternity leave with wife Lindsay Hartley.
He then played Dean Hartman on Days of Our Lives from June 2009 to September 2009. As of 2010, he has made appearances on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, notably with Camille Grammer, ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer.
In 2007, Stabile married actress Tricia Small. They have a daughter, Ella Grace, born in 2008.
|1998||Bride of Chucky||Jesse||Supernatural comedy slasher film directed by Ronny Yu. lead role|
|2000||Leaving Peoria||Roger||Short film directed and written by Christopher Duddy.|
|2002||Santa, Jr.||Chris Kringle, Jr||Romantic-comedy/fantasy film directed by Kevin Connor.|
|2003||Descendant||Deputy John Burns|
|2007||Dead Write||Martin||Mystery/thriller film directed by Michael Connell.|
|2010||Sheltered||Cody||Horror film directed and co-written by Josh Stoddard.|
|2013||Clown Nose Theory||Wade||Short/comedy film directed and written by Ned Farr.|
|2014||Telling of the Shoes||Roger||Drama film directed and written by Amanda Goodwin.|
|1997-1998||Sunset Beach||Mark Wolper||Soap opera|
|2000||The Beach Boys: An American Family||Dennis Wilson||Miniseries directed by Jeff Bleckner.|
|2001||Neurotic Tendencies||Starring role||Made-for-TV-Movie directed and co-written by Kelsey Grammer.|
|2001||Popular||Jamie Roth||Episodes: |
|2002||Nancy Drew||Ned Nickerson||Made-for-TV-Movie directed by James Frawley.|
|2004||Half & Half||Nick Tyrell||Recurring|
|2004||Passions||Fox Crane||Temporary replacement for Justin Hartley with 14 episodes in total.|
|2006||CSI: Miami||Damon Slone||Episode: "Double Jeopardy" ( S 4:Ep 18)|
|2007||Saints & Sinners||Gabe Capshaw||Telenovela based on the 2000 TV Azteca telenovela titled La Calle de las Novias (Brides’ Avenue).|
|2008||Without a Trace||Bruce Meyer||Episode: "Deja Vu" (S 6:Ep 15)|
|2009||Saving Grace||Professor Aaron Zeyton||Episode: "But There's Clay" (S 2:Ep 12)|
|2009||Days of Our Lives||Dean Hartman||Recurring|
|2016||General Hospital||Nikolas Cassadine||Temporarily filling in for Tyler Christopher.|
- Nick Stabile on IMDb
- SOD (May 25, 2016). "NICK STABILE IN AS GH'S TEMPORARY NIKOLAS". Soap Opera Digest. United States. American Media Inc. Retrieved July 6, 2016.
- Nick Stabile on IMDb
- "Bride of Chucky". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 31, 2016.
- "Santa, Jr". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 7, 2016.
- "Descendant 2003". Garth Typepad. United States. January 23, 2016. Retrieved July 6, 2016.
- "Sheltered". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 6, 2016.
- "Telling of the Shoes". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 6, 2016.
- "The Beach Boys: An American Family". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 7, 2016.
- "Nancy Drew". Turner Classic Movies. Atlanta: Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner). Retrieved July 6, 2016.
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