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September 25, 1965 |
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer|
Sarah Plommer (1999 - 2003; divorced; 1 child),Maxine McCulloch (August 2004 - present) (3 children)
Gordon Currie (born September 25, 1965) is a Canadian-American actor, best known for his role as Nicolae Carpathia in the Left Behind films. Currie has also directed, written and produced several films, and works in both the United States and Canada in television and film roles.
Currie was born in Vancouver, Canada to American parents on September 25, 1965.
One of his first or breakthrough roles was playing Officer Palone on 21 Jump Street (1987). In 1991, after a couple years working in locally shot TV and film in Vancouver, Gordon moved to Los Angeles to study acting more seriously. Gordon's first roommate was Brad Pitt. The two lived for over a year off Melrose Ave. near the Improv in a two bedroom flat. During this time, to make ends meet, he became one of L.A.'s Ronald McDonald clowns doing parades and magic shows. However, it wasn't too long before Gordon worked more on larger TV and film roles. He's lived and worked in both Los Angeles and New York for a number of years, working in Canada and the U.S.A..
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 Beverly Hills, 90210, playing both Bobby Walsh, Brandon's (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 21 Jump Street, episode "Two for the Road". He played in 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, Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter, and My Blue Heaven (starring 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 Left Behind, based on the series of best-selling books by 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.
|1989||Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan||Miles Wolfe|
|1990||My Blue Heaven||Wally Bunting|
|1991||The Terror Within II||Aaron|
|1993||Puppet Master 4||Rick Myers||Major Role|
|1994||Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter||Rick Myers||Major Role|
|Blood and Donuts||Boya|
|1999||Code Name: Eternity||Dent|
|2000||Left Behind||Nicolae Carpathia||Major Role|
|2002||Left Behind II: Tribulation Force||Nicolae Carpathia||Major Role|
|2005||Left Behind: World at War||Nicolae Carpathia||Major Role|
|2008||This is not A Test||Rick Smyth|
|2009||The Death of Alice Blue||Julian|
- Magnus Opus (2003)
- Blocked (2002)
- 2 Extra Days (1998)
- Magnus Opus
- 2 Extra Days
- Magnus Opus
- 2 Extra Days
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