Netflix Movies Starring Nicholas Worth

Character actor Nicholas Worth was born on September 4th, 1937 in St. Louis, Missouri. A big, beefy and imposing hulk of a man, Worth was often cast as extremely nasty and intimidating villains. Worth served in the armed forces as a paratrooper during the Vietnam war. Worth made his film debut in For Pete's Sake (1974). He then had small parts in such movies as Scream Blacula Scream (1973), "The Terminal Man, "Coma," and "The Glove," making an especially funny appearance in the latter as a gay blank check dropper rugged bounty hunter John Saxon tosses into a pool. Worth gave a wonderfully wild, intense and inspired performance as a deranged, impotent, misogynistic Vietnam veteran porno photographer who brutally strangles lovely young ladies in the splendidly sleazy psycho gem "Don't Answer the Phone." Worth was likewise quite chilling and unforgettable as a vicious homosexual criminal in the outstanding made-for-TV drama "The Rape of Richard Beck. Read more on iMDB