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Nic Main

Nic Main was born on March 26, 1978 in Surrey, England. He is an actor and director, known for Final Demand: Action & Martial Arts Thriller (2012), Green Street Hooligans (2005) and Left for Dead (2005). See full bio »
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Green Street Hooligans
Left for Dead
Left for Dead Villains Assassin - Slick
The Men in White
The Men in White Lead Villain Evan Heracles


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 2014 Balsamico (Short)
 2012 Final Demand: Action & Martial Arts Thriller
Chris Vincent (credit only)
 2007 Bound by Blood
Nick Jackson (credit only)
 2006 Standing Down (Short)
British Soldier
 2005 Love Struck
Bouncer 2
 2005 The Men in White
Lead Villain Evan Heracles
 2005 Confessions of a Pit Fighter
State Prison Fighter (credit only)
 2005/II Left for Dead
Villains Assassin - Slick
 2005 Green Street Hooligans
Firm Member
 2004 Gladiatress
Roman general / Gladiatior Fighting (uncredited)
 2000 Gladiator
Roman Soldier (uncredited)
 1999 The End of the Affair
Commanding officer (uncredited)
 1999 Sleepy Hollow
Red Coat (uncredited)
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 2005 The Men in White (additional action choreographer)
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 2005/II Left for Dead (additional fight choreography)

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