Who is Guy Nardulli?
Gaetano Marco “Guy” Nardulli is an American producer and actor who is probably most recognized for his character role as a street fighter who later turned into an M.M.A. professional in the 2006 movie, “And Then It Breaks,” where he starred opposite actress Anne Dudek. He is also remembered for his role in the 2008 horror film The Horror Vault Vol.1, which was the first of nine horror story shorts released as a compilation. It also contains the 2005 movie short thriller Alone, in which Guy plays Detective Wiley. Guy Nardulli is also well known for portraying detective and law enforcement characters, mobsters, military-type, and criminal roles in both movies and T.V. series. That is how he is mostly typecast.
Some of his latest work that he received praise for would have to be the 2015 American action-drama television series, The Last Ship, where he appeared in two episodes, “Alone and Unafraid” and “Long Day’s Journey.”
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Early life before fame:
Guy Nardulli attended Ridgewood High School. He was then a collegiate football player for the Elmhurst College football team and played on the All-American Bluejay football team. He has traveled to Italy in order to play in the Italian Football League, where he was a part of the Bolzano Giants during the 1996-1997 season. Later he returned to the United States to play in the Regional Football League, where he was with the Ohio Cannons, after which he transferred to play for the Quad City Steamwheelers during the 1998 season. Later on, he became a Chippendale and joined a dance troupe, where he slowly transitioned into the acting industry and started auditioning for film and television roles.
When it comes to his film and T.V. roles, he has appeared in over 50 credited roles, making him a true veteran actor at this point.
When it comes to television roles, he has been in such series as Criminal Minds, Monk, C.S.I.: N.Y., Undercovers, How I Met Your Mother, Proper Manors, Vegas, Justified, Revenge, Criminal Minds, Castle, The Mamaluke, The Last Ship, Where the Bears Are, Real Rob, Rush Hour, Days of Our Lives (2017), Starwood U (2017), S.W.A.T. (2018), Millennial Mafia (2018), Dirt (2018), SuperHeroes in Therapy (2018), The Bold and the Beautiful (2019), Why Women Kill (2021), and his latest television role is playing a Referee in All American (2021.).
And his film roles have included 32 Seconds, where he played Jerry (2014), Alone, as Detective Wiley (2005), Any Day, as Wayne (2015), And Then It Breaks, portraying Guy (2006), Caught in the Game as Mr. Goldstein (2009), I’ll Never Hurt You (2014) as Jerry, Jekyll (2007) as Policeman, Lost in Reality (2014), No Intent (2013), The Devil’s in the Details (2013), The Intruders (2009), The Big Lug (2013), The Power of Liquor (2010), The Road to Canyon Lake (2005), and United 300 (2007).
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