September 13, 1979
Los Angeles, CA, USA
|📆 Years active||1987 - 1994|
Nicolas Cowan was born in 1979 to a Filipino father and Irish-German mother. At 6 years old, he became interested in acting.
Cowan made his feature film debut in the 1987 crime drama, No Man's Land starring Charlie Sheen, but was subsequently cut out of the film. He made his first appearance on TV Paradise in a one episode for small part. He went on to have a small part in the 1991 sci-fi horror film, Alligator II: The Mutation as Felipe. He later appeared in two episodes of In the Heat of the Night (Trundel's Will Be Done, and A Correct Settling) as Eric DeLong.
In 1993, he co-starred in his biggest role to date alongside Ernie Reyes, Jr. in Surf Ninjas, as his brother Adam.
In 2017, Cowan appeared in episode 157 of How Did This Get Made? to briefly discuss his appearance in Surf Ninjas.
Post-Acting and Personal life
As of today after the 1994 release of Surf Ninjas in France and Japan, he hasn't been in another movie or television show.
|1987||No Man's Land||Unknown||Cut out of the film|
|1989||Paradise||Gray Fox||1 episode|
|1991||Alligator II: The Mutation||Felipe|
|1992-1993||In the Heat of the Night||Eric DeLong||2 episodes|
- "Pictures of Nicolas Cowan - Pictures Of Celebrities". Pictures Of Celebrities. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
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