Nick Chinlund

Nick Chinlund

Highest Rated: 100% A Brother's Kiss (1996)

Lowest Rated: 7% Mr. Magoo (1997)

Birthday: Nov 18, 1961

Birthplace: Not Available

Nick Chinlund's handsome, rugged exterior makes him an ideal candidate for roles in such high-profile, high-octane releases as Con Air and Tears of the Sun, so casting directors may be tempted to steer him toward films that make use of his somewhat imposing physical presence; nonetheless, the talented stage and screen actor also possesses the chops needed to highlight such little-seen indies as Amy's Orgasm and Chutney Popcorn. That rare combination offers great potential for crossover appeal, so audiences on both sides of the blockbuster spectrum can find reasons for appreciating an actor of Chinlund's caliber. The New York native started out as a jock, but his aspirations on the court were sidelined by a college basketball injury; however, it didn't take long for him to see the silver lining in his career-halting accident, and he soon veered toward acting. Though Chinlund would remain at Brown University in the following years, a shift toward drama classes soon convinced him that his future didn't lie on the well-polished planks of the basketball court, but the well-worn boards of the theater stage. Roles in such Williamstown Theater Festival productions as Mother Courage and Little Oedipus helped the fresh-faced hopeful make a name for himself in the theater community, and shortly after graduation, Chinlund opted to kick-start his feature career by making the move to Los Angeles. In addition to an impressively creepy early role in a pair of X-Files episodes entitled "Irresistable" and "Orison," Chinlund also made a mark in such features as Lethal Weapon 3, Bad Girls, and Eraser. While small-screen roles in episodes of Third Watch and Buffy the Vampire Slayer found Chinlund continuing to make a name for himself among television viewers, his performances in such character-driven dramas as A Brother's Kiss and Once in the Life saw the emerging actor eschewing more action-oriented fare in favor of roles in more down-to-earth features. Though supporting roles in Training Day, Below, and Tears of the Sun did find Chinlund's visibility rising among the multiplex set, it was his participation in such efforts as Goodnight, Joseph Parker (in which he played the eponymous character) that seemed to draw him the most praise from critics. In 2004, Chinlund rejoined Below director David Twohy for a role opposite action icon Vin Diesel in the eagerly anticipated Pitch Black sequel, The Chronicles of Riddick.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Prey: Legend of Karnoctus Tagger 2020
No Score Yet Sleeping in Plastic Baker 2019
No Score Yet Mercury Plains Actor 2016
86% Close Range Sheriff Jasper Calloway 2015
No Score Yet La vida precoz y breve de Sabina Rivas Patrick 2014
22% Need For Speed Officer Lejeune $40.2M 2014
No Score Yet House Rules For Bad Girls (New Hope Manor) Actor 2014
25% The Chameleon Mitch 2011
25% Speed-Dating Finch 2010
No Score Yet Toxic Rob Deluca 2009
No Score Yet Sinner Anthony Romano 2009
No Score Yet Wyvern Jake 2009
20% Ball Don't Lie Mr. Smith 2008
No Score Yet Street Warrior Actor 2008
63% Felon Sgt. Roberts 2008
No Score Yet Hallowed Ground Jonas Hathaway 2007
No Score Yet Avenging Angel Quinn 2007
No Score Yet The Fifth Patient John Reilly 2007
8% Ultraviolet Daxus $18.4M 2006
26% The Legend of Zorro Jacob McGivens $45.4M 2005
No Score Yet Goodnight, Joseph Parker Joe 2004
No Score Yet The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury Toombs 2004
29% The Chronicles of Riddick Toombs $56.9M 2004
33% Tears of the Sun Michael `Slo' Slowenski $43.5M 2003
64% Below Chief 2002
27% Amy's O (Amy's Orgasm) (Why Love Doesn't Work) Matthew Starr 2002
72% Training Day Tim 2001
54% Auggie Rose Car Salesman 2001
28% Once in the Life Mike 2001
49% The Kid Larry King's Guest $68.5M 2000
27% Frogs for Snakes Iggy 1999
83% Chutney Popcorn Mitch 1999
7% Mr. Magoo Bob Morgan 1997
55% Con Air Billy Bedlam 1997
100% A Brother's Kiss Lex 1996
37% Eraser Calderon 1996
No Score Yet Letter to My Killer Nick Parma 1995
No Score Yet Reform School Girl Actor 1994
9% Bad Girls Detective O'Brady 1994
No Score Yet Unveiled Jeremy Avery 1994
No Score Yet Daybreak Commander 1993
60% Lethal Weapon 3 Hatchett 1992
No Score Yet The Ambulance Actor 1990


24% Training Day
Tim Wallace 2017
No Score Yet NCIS: Los Angeles
Det. Bruce Steadman 2015
No Score Yet Unforgettable
Skinner 2014
58% Golden Boy
Madrid 2013
56% Hostages
Det. Miller 2013
58% 666 Park Avenue
Victor Shaw Damon Shaw 2012
33% Made in Jersey
Jack 2012
42% Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
Rawlins 2011
66% How to Make It in America
Yosi 2011
57% The Whole Truth
Hank 2011
90% House
Eddie 2010
75% Human Target
Lt. Broward 2010
No Score Yet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Gus Davis Mickey Rutledge 2010
81% Castle
Evan Mitchell 2009
No Score Yet CSI: NY
John Simmons 2009
No Score Yet The Mentalist
Alex 2009
No Score Yet NCIS
Det. Steve Rosetti 2008
72% Desperate Housewives
Detective Sullivan Det. Sullivan 2008
55% Cane
Gordon 2007
No Score Yet Ghost Whisperer
Frank Morrison 2006
77% Sleeper Cell
No Score Yet Law & Order
Peck Frank Elliott Barry Peck 2003
78% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Matthew Brodus 2002
No Score Yet Walker, Texas Ranger
Ted McNeely 2001
82% Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Major Ellis 2000
No Score Yet Diagnosis Murder
Jeff/Jim 2000
85% Gilmore Girls
Ian Jack 2000
No Score Yet Providence
Daniel Hartman 2000
75% The X-Files
Donnie Pfaster 2000
84% NYPD Blue
Weldon Small 1994
No Score Yet Red Shoe Diaries
No Score Yet Third Watch


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