Nat DeWolf

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Nat DeWolf is an actor and writer, known for A Most Violent Year (2014), Heights (2005) and Trick (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

Heights Benjamin's Ex
Trick Gay Reveler


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 2019 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV Series)
- Marvelous Radio (2019) ... Thomason
 2018 House of Cards (TV Series)
Plant Representative
- Chapter 67 (2018) ... Plant Representative
 2015 The Preppie Connection
Mr. Gaines
 2015 Gotham (TV Series)
Bank Manager
- Red Hood (2015) ... Bank Manager
 2014 A Most Violent Year
 2014 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Man #1
- Mako Tanida (No. 83) (2014) ... Man #1
 2013 Vijay and I
Middle aged man
 2013 We Are What We Are
Mr. Kimble
 2011 Pan Am (TV Series)
Male Passenger
- Pilot (2011) ... Male Passenger
 2010 Jack in a Box (TV Series)
Terry Pixiewixles
- The Interview (2010) ... Terry Pixiewixles
 2008 We Pedal Uphill
 2006 Law & Order (TV Series)
Video Tech #1
- Invaders (2006) ... Video Tech #1
 1999-2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Trooper Linden / Mr. Cummings
- Intoxicated (2005) ... Trooper Linden
- Stalked (1999) ... Mr. Cummings
 2005 Heights
Benjamin's Ex
 2002 For Caroline (Short)
School Teacher
 2000 Lisa Picard Is Famous
Tate Kelly
 1999 Trick
Gay Reveler
 1992 The Dead Boys' Club (Short)
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 2000 Lisa Picard Is Famous (written by)

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(October 4, 2007 to November 4, 2007) He played Dromio of Syracuse in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Ken Bolden (Angelo); Alex Coleman (Egeon); Joseph Domencic (first merchant); Darren Eliker (Antipholus of Syracuse); Evan R. Endres (Officer); Tom Ford ... See more »

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