September 25, 1965
Actor, director, producer
Spouse(s) Sarah Plommer (1999 - 2003; divorced; 1 child)
Gordon Currie (born September 25, 1965) is a Canadian-American actor, best known for his role as Nicolae Carpathia in the films. Currie has also directed, written and produced several films, and works in both the Left Behind United States and Canada in television and film roles.
Early life [ edit ]
Currie was born in
Vancouver, Canada to American parents on September 25, 1965.
Currie rented a two bedroom flat off
Melrose Avenue in California, where he lived for two years with roommate Brad Pitt. He worked for a while as a Ronald McDonald clown before moving on to roles on television and film, including two roles on , playing both Bobby Walsh, Brandon's ( Beverly Hills, 90210 Jason Priestley) and Brenda's ( Shannen Doherty) wheelchair-using cousin, and the role of Danny Five, Colin's ( Jason Wiles) cocaine dealer. In 1987, he received one of his first roles as Officer Palone on the series , episode "Two for the Road". He played in 21 Jump Street Vancouver television and film roles, as well as roles in the Joel Schumacher film , Cousins , Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan The Terror Within II, , Puppet Master 4 , and Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter (starring My Blue Heaven Steve Martin, Rick Moranis and Joan Cusack) before making the move to Los Angeles in 1991.
His most prominent role has been that of
Nicolae Carpathia in the series of films , based on the series of best-selling books by Left Behind Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. His character, Nicolae Carpathia, is the Antichrist, who attempts to marshal the forces of the Global Community against the followers of Christ.
Filmography [ edit ]
Director Filmography [ edit ]
Magnus Opus (2003)
2 Extra Days (1998)
Writer Filmography [ edit ]
Producer Filmography [ edit ]
2 Extra Days
External links [ edit ]