(Nick Parsons) recent motion picture credits include his lead
roles in the critically acclaimed "The Sweet Hereafter"
(for which he received a Genie Award nomination) and "Exotica,"
both directed by Atom Egoyan. His other films include "Disturbing
Behavior," "Wild Orchid," "Passenger 57"
and "Father's Day."
In addition, Greenwood's upcoming films include "Thick As
Thieves," co-starring with Alec Baldwin; "The Lost Son,"
an independent British feature directed by Chris Menges; "Here
on Earth," with Leelee Sobieski, Chris Klein and Josh Hartnett;
and "13 Days," starring Kevin Costner and directed by
In 1995, Greenwood starred in a miniseries about Ashley Judd's
famous country-music family, "Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can
Build a Bridge." Other television credits include "The
Larry Sanders Show," on which he appeared for three episodes;
the title role in UPN's "Nowhere Man"; and "St.
Elsewhere," on which he was a regular. Greenwood won a Gemini
Award for his guest appearance on "Road to Avonlea"
and has appeared in the television movies "The Companion"
and "Beach Boys" in addition to over a dozen tele-films
Greenwood recently wrapped the independent film "Cord"
with Daryl Hannah, Jennifer Tilly and Vincent Gallo, as well as
the Paramount feature "Rules of Engagement" with Tommy
Lee Jones, Samuel L. Jackson and directed by William Friedkin
and produced by Richard Zanuck.
Born in Noranda, Quebec, Greenwood spent his early years growing
up in Princeton, New Jersey; Washington, D.C.; and then Vancouver,
British Columbia, where he moved when he was 11 years old.
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