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NICK SEARCY (Brian Lewis) made his feature film debut in Tony Scott's
"Days of Thunder," starring Tom Cruise, and then appeared in Barbra
Streisand's acclaimed drama "The Prince of Tides." He first gained
attention with his memorable performance as Mary-Louise Parker's abusive
husband in the box office hit "Fried Green Tomatoes," for director Jon
Avnet. Searcy reunited with Avnet for "The War," and includes among
his other film credits "The Fugitive," with Harrison Ford;
"Nell," starring Jodie Foster; Joel Schumacher's "Tigerland";
Robert Zemeckis' "Cast Away," as Tom Hanks' best friend; and, most
recently, the thriller "One Hour Photo," with Robin Williams. Searcy
will next be seen in "The Runaway Jury," based on John Grisham's
bestseller, starring opposite Gene Hackman and John Cusack.
In addition, Searcy made his
directorial debut on the acclaimed independent feature "Paradise
Falls," which he also produced and starred in. The film won awards at
several film festivals, including the Hollywood Film Festival and Atlanta Film
On television, Searcy starred in the
cult hit television series "American Gothic" and was the only actor to
appear in every segment of HBO's award-winning miniseries "From the Earth
to the Moon," portraying astronaut Deke Slayton.
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