Nick Stabile

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Nick Stabile
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Born (1971-03-04) March 4, 1971 (age 43)
Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Status married to Tricia Small
Occupation Television actor,
soap opera actor

Nick Stabile (born March 4, 1971) is an American television actor.[1] He played Gabe Capshaw on the show, Saints and Sinners. He is well known for playing the role of Jesse (Katherine Heigl's on-screen boyfriend) in the slasher film Bride of Chucky. He also played Mark Wolper on the now-defunct NBC soap Sunset Beach from the show's premiere in January 1997 until January 1998 when his character was killed off. In 2000, Stabile took on the role of Dennis Wilson in The Beach Boys: An American Family. He played the lead role in Santa, Jr., a film released in 2002. Stabile also portrayed the role of Nicholas Foxworth "Fox" Crane on another NBC soap, Passions on a temporary basis from August to September 2004. During this time, Justin Hartley (the original Fox) was on paternity leave with wife Lindsay Hartley.

Stabile was born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. He graduated from Pomona High School in 1988. After graduating from Colorado State University, he attended Denver's National Theater Conservatory, graduating with a Master's of Fine Arts.[citation needed]

He then played Dean Hartman on Days of our Lives from June 2009 to September 2009.

As of 2010, he has made appearances on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, notably with Camille Grammer, ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer. He is married to actress Tricia Small who is partners with Camille Grammer and Nina Segal in a jewelry collection known as Amorephosis.[2]

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