Nick Castle

Nick Castle

Highest Rated: 82% Artists and Models (1955)

Lowest Rated: 7% Mr. Wrong (1996)

Birthday: Sep 21, 1947

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

Son of Hollywood choreographer Nick Castle Sr., this writer-director has crafted a variety of mainstream entertainments for film and TV. Castle's most memorable works include his sly screenplay for John Carpenter's "Escape from New York" (1983), his own "The Boy Who Could Fly" (1986), a slightly flawed, but well-intentioned "small movie," and his old-fashioned homage to black dancers, "Tap" (1989). He has also earned a small footnote to the history of the horror film for playing "The Shape," writer-director John Carpenter's nickname for the masked silent stalker of his "Halloween" (1978).

Highest rated movies

Artists and Models
Halloween Halloween Kills

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Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet No Score Yet Halloween Ends Unknown (Character) - 2022
40% 76% Halloween Kills The Shape (Character) - 2021
79% 70% Halloween The Shape (Character) $159.5M 2018
37% 82% August Rush Writer $31.7M 2007
No Score Yet 41% Connors' War Director - 2006
No Score Yet 70% The Seat Filler Director - 2004
No Score Yet 44% Delivering Milo Director - 2001
No Score Yet 38% 'Twas the Night Director - 2001
7% 26% Mr. Wrong Director $12.8M 1996
33% 68% Major Payne Director $29.4M 1995
27% 38% Dennis the Menace Director $50.2M 1993
50% 69% Tap Director $8.6M 1989
63% 69% The Boy Who Could Fly Director $6.3M 1986
76% 69% The Last Starfighter Director - 1984
No Score Yet No Score Yet T.A.G.: The Assassination Game Director - 1982
No Score Yet No Score Yet Pray TV Screenwriter - 1980
No Score Yet 50% Resurrection of Broncho Billy Writer - 1970
82% 75% Artists and Models Specialty Dancer (uncredited) (Character) - 1955

TV

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No Score Yet 100% Amazing Stories Director 1987