Nick Stahl in 2005
|Born||Nicolas Kent Stahl
December 5, 1979
Harlingen, Texas, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Rose Murphy Stahl (2009–2012)|
Nicolas Kent "Nick" Stahl (born December 5, 1979) is an American actor. Starting out as a child actor, he gained recognition for his performance in the 1993 film The Man Without a Face and then embarked on a successful career as a child actor. He later transitioned into his adult career with roles in In the Bedroom, Bully, Sin City, the HBO series Carnivàle, and the film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, in which he took over the role of John Connor, originally played by Edward Furlong. He also starred in the 2010 film Mirrors 2.
The 1993 film The Man Without a Face, co-starring Mel Gibson, helped boost his career at the age of 13. His first professional casting was in Stranger at My Door, although he had been acting in children's plays since he was four years old. In 1996 he played the role of Puck in Benjamin Britten's opera A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Metropolitan Opera in New York. In 1998 he played a doomed young soldier during the World War II Pacific War in The Thin Red Line.
Recent films include How to Rob a Bank (2007), Sleepwalking (2008), Quid Pro Quo (2008). Stahl has played two villains: Bobby Kent in the film Bully and Roark Jr./Yellow Bastard in Sin City. Stahl did not reprise his role as John Connor in Terminator Salvation. Instead Christian Bale took over. Stahl noted the film's concept as a "a jump to the future, so my character will be quite a bit older." Stahl starred as Max Matheson in the sequel to Mirrors, directed by Victor Garcia and penned by Matt Venne.
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On December 27, 2012 he was arrested in a Los Angeles adult movie store for allegedly committing a lewd act. He was charged with a misdemeanor for 'lewd conduct' while watching a movie in a supposedly private booth.
In 2013 he was working as a dishwasher at a coffee shop in Manhattan.
After their separation, the Stahls continued to have issues over custody of Marlo. Rose filed court papers in February 2012 requesting sole legal and physical custody. She was willing to allow her estranged husband visitation, but only with supervision and on the condition that he refrain from consuming drugs and alcohol for at least 24 hours prior to any visit and provide her with a copy of negative drug test results at least six hours prior.
Stahl was seen, intoxicated, at a bar in downtown Los Angeles on May 2, 2012. According to Rose, she last saw Stahl on May 9 and believes he was in the Skid Row neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles at that time. However, friends of his told E! Online that they saw him the morning of May 10 carrying boxes into another friend's apartment in West Hollywood. While he had been known to disappear in the past, it was usually for no longer than a day. He never carried a cell phone, so he could not be tracked that way.
On May 14, 2012, Rose reported Stahl missing. Four days later, at 10 p.m. May 18, Stahl sent an email to his friends saying he would be in drug rehabilitation for the next 30 days. Rose said she was relieved but skeptical that he really was in rehab.
On June 28, 2013 Stahl was taken into custody for alleged substance abuse after being found in a Hollywood motel with three other individuals.
|1991||Stranger at My Door||Robert Fortier||Television movie|
|1992||Woman with a Past||Brian||Television movie|
|1993||Man Without a Face, TheThe Man Without a Face||Charles E. 'Chuck' Norstadt||Nominated—Young Artist Award for Best Youth Actor Co-Starring in a Motion Picture Drama|
|1994||Safe Passage||Simon Singer|
|1994||Incident in a Small Town||John Bell Trenton||Television movie|
|1995||Blue River||Young Edward||Television movie|
|1995||Tall Tale||Daniel Hackett|
|1996||My Son Is Innocent||Eric Sutter||Television movie|
|1997||Eye of God||Tom Spencer|
|1998||Disturbing Behavior||Gavin Strick|
|1998||Thin Red Line, TheThe Thin Red Line||Pfc – Beade||Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture|
|1999||Seasons of Love||Adult Grover||Television movie|
|2001||In the Bedroom||Frank Fowler||Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture|
|2001||Sleepy Time Gal, TheThe Sleepy Time Gal||Morgan|
Nominated—Prism Award for Performance in TV Movie or Miniseries
|2003||Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines||John Connor|
|2003||Twist||Dodge||Nominated—Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role|
|2005||Sin City||Roark Jr. / Yellow Bastard||Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Cast|
|2006||Night of the White Pants, TheThe Night of the White Pants||Horace 'Raff' Rafferty|
|2007||How to Rob a Bank||Jinx|
|2008||Quid Pro Quo||Isaac Knot|
|2009||My One and Only||Bud|
|2010||Chameleon, TheThe Chameleon||Brendan Kerrigan|
|2010||Burning Palms||Robert Kane|
|2010||Mirrors 2||Max Matheson|
|2010||Everything Will Happen Before You Die||Hunter|
|2010||The Nth Degree||N/A|
|2011||The Speed of Thought||Joshua Lazarus|
|2011||On the Inside||Allen Meneric|
|2011||Afghan Luke||Luke Benning|
|2011||388 Arletta Avenue||James|
|1996||Out of Order||N/A||Episode: "Hey Joey"|
|1997||Promised Land||Billy Sullivan||Episode: "Cowboy Blues"|
|1998||Hercules||Castor (voice)||Episode: "Hercules and the Trojan War"|
|2003–2005||Carnivàle||Ben Hawkins||24 episodes
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Peter Harrison||Episode: "Zebras"|
|2012||House of Lies||Kurt||Episode: "Mini Mogul"|
|2012||Body of Proof||Marcel Trevino||2 episodes|
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