Nicholas Gomez (Nick Gomez)
April 13, 1963
Film director, writer
Nick Gomez (born April 13, 1963) is an American [1 ] film director and writer. He has directed for a number of television and film studios. His first feature-length film was the 1992 movie , which won awards at both the Laws of Gravity Berlin International Film Festival and the Valencia International Film Festival. Gomez's next film was the 1995 crime drama , which was screened and competed for a Grand Jury Prize during that year's New Jersey Drive Sundance Film Festival.
Life and career [ edit ]
Nick Gomez left school in the 6th grade due to assault charges. He ultimately received a high school equivalency diploma and went on to study film at the
State University of New York at Purchase. Before directing his own films, Nick Gomez did editing on two films for [2 ] Hal Hartley. [1 ]
Edie Falco acted in Gomez's first feature film, . Based on this role, producer Laws of Gravity Tom Fontana hired Edie Falco for roles in his series Homicide: Life on the Street and Oz.
Spike Lee executive produced Gomez's second feature, . New Jersey Drive
Filmography [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
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