Who is Eric Nenninger?
Eric Nenninger is a famous American actor.
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
His early life and career beginnings
His family loved the theaters and movies and always attended shows together.
His parents raised him in St. Louis, Missouri, where he attended Ladue Horton Watkins High School and participated in the school drama group. In his middle school and high school years, he acted in plays
He originally aspired to be a football player and an actor, but the goal diminished when the college he intended to major in theatre while playing football rejected his application. By this time, He had moved to Los Angeles and decided to pursue acting by auditioning for the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he was accepted and graduated in 1999.
In 2000, he also studied at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford.
While living away from his family, Eric juggled menial jobs to survive; he worked in shops and waited tables while landing minor roles in acting. He acted in The X-Files, ER, Opposite Sex, Malcolm in the Middle, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the early 2000s.
His professional career life
Eric is an outstanding actor who starred as Scott Braddock in the 2003 Jeepers Creepers II, an American horror film. The film received mixed reviews; however, it grossed the most money compared to its sequel and prequel and received nominations for various awards. He also starred as Robert in the film, The Pool at Maddy Breaker’s in the same year.
Eric voiced Mathew Ryan in the detective action-adventure video game L. A Noire. He also got a supporting role in Glory Daze, an American comedy-drama where he portrayed Damon Smythe, the fraternity leader who was the most responsible amongst others.
Other films he acted in between 2004 to 2017 include Amy’s Brother, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, One Day at a Time, Pharmacy Road, Powerless, Mad Men, JAG, Generation Kill, NCIS, Bones, Weeds, Castle, amongst others.
In 2018, Eric portrayed Brian in 9-1-1, Mitch in Living Biblically, Frederick Hoffman in Lucifer, and Wes in The Mick. Eric appeared in the American television sitcom The Big Bang Theory, The Politician, Blackish, and Santa Clarita Diet, all in 2019.
In 2020, Eric appeared in many television series, including a recurring role in The Flash, and portrayed Collins in Medical Police.
Eric’s personal life
Eric met actress Angela Parker more than a decade ago, during their American Academy of Dramatic Arts days. They are married with two children, a daughter, and a son.
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