Nigel Bennett

Birthday:

11/19/1949

Place of birth:

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England, UK:

Biography:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nigel Bennett (born 19 November 1949) is an English actor/director/writer who has been based in Canada since 1986. He is best known for playing the vampire patriarch Lucien LaCroix in the TV series Forever Knight, for which he won the Canadian Gemini Award for best supporting actor in a dramatic series. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nigel Bennett, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Film Credits

(2017)
as Mihalkov
(2016)
as
(2012)
as Lee Shephard
(2009)
as Henderson
(2009)
as Sir Charles Lyell
(2008)
as Sir James Graham
(2008)
as Sam Panofsky
(2007)
as Errol Sager
(2007)
as Chief Knickle
(2007)
as Harrison Pendleton
(2006)
as Samuel Ryder
(2006)
as Henry Tyler
(2005)
as Dick Somers
(2004)
as Jack Bavaro
(2004)
as Col. Preston Waters
(2003)
as Nick Gradwell
(2003)
as Ethan Grant
(2002)
as Stan
(2002)
as Warner MacDonald
(2002)
as Finster
(2001)
as Literary Agent
(2000)
as Dr. Rupert Whitney
(2000)
as Head of Marshall Service
(1999)
as Michel O'Shea
(1999)
as David McLaughlin
(1999)
as Russell Talmadge
(1998)
as Joseph Soloff
(1998)
as Sen. Stephen Macguire
(1997)
as Allan Schindler Sr.
(1997)
as Burton Cash
(1997)
as Commanding Officer
(1997)
as James (Jim) Floyd
(1996)
as Raskin
(1996)
as Nico
(1995)
as Victor Salinas
(1995)
as Large Man
(1994)
as Asgaard
(1994)
as Levi Coffin
(1993)
as Nicholai
(1993)
as Kasajian
(1990)
as Jack Wootton
(1987)
as Father (past)