Eugene Nickerson

Eugene Nickerson



Eugene Nickerson (born Eugene Nelson Nickerson) is an American actor known for his roles in films such as The Dark Knight Rises, The Social Network, and the TV series Boardwalk Empire. Born in Wisconsin, Nickerson moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career in the late 1980s.

Nickerson had his first big screen role in the horror film Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth, playing a security guard. Nickerson then went on to star in the critically acclaimed drama The Social Network, playing the role of a campus security guard. His other film credits include The Dark Knight Rises, where he portrayed a police officer, and the action-thriller Safe House.

Nickerson is also known for his television roles. He has appeared in several episodes of Boardwalk Empire as the character of Joe Harper. He has also had guest appearances on NCIS, The Mentalist, and Bones.

Nickerson has also appeared in several stage productions. He has appeared in a production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, as well as in productions of The Glass Menagerie and The Crucible.

In 2020, Nickerson appeared in a film called The Last Shift, playing the role of a retired police officer. The film follows the story of two men, one an ex-convict and the other a retired police officer, who bond while working the graveyard shift at a fast food joint.

Throughout his career, Nickerson has been praised for his roles. He has been praised for his work in The Social Network, where he was described as a "perfect fit for the part." He has also been praised for his performances in The Dark Knight Rises and The Last Shift.

Nickerson continues to work in film and television. He is currently in production on a new film, titled The Day the Music Died, which is set to release in 2021. He also recently wrapped production on the movie, The Lost City, which is set to release in 2022.

Nickerson's career is still on the rise, and he is sure to have a long and successful career in the entertainment industry. He is an inspiration to actors everywhere, and his work continues to be praised by critics and fans alike.

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