Eric Michael Cole

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Eric Michael Cole
Born (1976-09-21) September 21, 1976 (age 40)
Sacramento, California, U.S.
Occupation
  • Actor
  • producer
  • editor
Years active 1995–present

Eric Michael Cole (born September 21, 1976) is an American actor, producer, and editor.

Early life[edit]

Cole was born in Sacramento, California. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest,[1] living in Hillsboro, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington.

Career[edit]

His break-through role was in White Squall (1996) directed by Ridley Scott.[1] Cole appeared in the television film Gia (1998) with Angelina Jolie. Additionally, he starred in, produced and edited In Memory of My Father (2005).

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1995 Mr. Holland's Opus Boy 2
1996 White Squall Dean Preston
1997 Jesus Rides Shotgun Porn PA
1999 Last Call Nico
1999 Trash Anthony DeMarie
1999 Auteur Theory, TheThe Auteur Theory Ingemar – The Crap Shoot of Life
1999 Little Savant David
1999 Fixations Ron
2000 Tempest Eye Tierney
2002 Snapshots Larry (30 years old)
2002 New Best Friend Warren
2005 In Memory of My Father Eric
2005 Lost in Plainview Alex
2014 Sunken City Todd Mueller
2015 Hangman Hangman
2015 Runaway, TheThe Runaway Mavrick
2016 Good Grief Ricky In post-production
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Undue Influence Danny Vega Television film
1998 Outrage Jeffrey Bateman Television film
1998 Gia T.J. Television film
2000 Batman Beyond Kneejerk (voice) Episode: "April Moon"
2008 Sons of Anarchy Poser Episode: "Patch Over"
2009 Southland Arrestee Episode: "Unknown Trouble"
2009 Law & Order Brad Toshack Episode: "All New"
2011 Cape, TheThe Cape Noodle 2 episodes
2013 Air Force One Is Down Bureaucrat Miniseries; 2 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Eric Michael Cole from New Best Friend - at Film.com". Film.com. RealNetworks. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 

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