Nigel Thatch is a well-known American actor who played Malcolm X in the Epix television series Godfather of Harlem. Similarly, the actor, who was born in East St. Louis, Illinois, starred in the historical drama film Selma. Valor, American Dreams, and The Players Club are among his other television and film credits.
When was Nigel Thatch Birthed?
Nigel Thatch was born in the United States of America on August 8, 1976, in East St. Louis, Illinois. In terms of nationality, he is an American of Afro-American ethnicity. The 44-year-old actor stands at a height of 183 centimeters, or 6 feet.
What is Nigel Thatch’s Net Worth?
Nigel Thatch, an American-born actor, has a net worth of $500 thousand as of April 2021. Throughout his good acting career, he amassed such money.
He was cast in the historical drama film Selma, directed by Ava Duvernay and written by Paul Webb, which grossed $66.8 million at the box office against a production budget of $20 million.
Who is Nigel Thatch Wife?
As of 2021, the 44-year-old actor is likely single. He likes to keep his entire personal life off the radar of the media. He is not on any social media sites, unlike other celebrities. As a result, tracking down his personal information becomes much more difficult.
Nigel Thatch’s Career
In 1996, Nigel Thatch made his acting career in the television series Beverly Hills, 90210. He appeared in the TV series Crisis Center and the television movie Bouncers and Riot a year later. From 1996 to 1997, he played Shakim in the WB series The Parent’ Hood. In the feature film The Players Club, he played the minor role of Morehouse Man.
Following that, he appeared in shows such as Sister, Sister, Moesha, Without a Trace, and One on One. In 2003, he portrayed Willie Johnson in the television series American Dreams. The actor went on to play Keno in the TV series Half & Half and Leroy in the comedy film L.A. Twister the following year.
In 2014, Thatch was cast in the historical drama Selma. He portrayed Robert Haskins in the CBS military drama television series Valor from 2017 to 2018. He rose to prominence in 2019 for his portrayal of Malcolm X in the Epix TV series Godfather of Harlem. In the series, he appears alongside Forest Whitaker, Vincent D’Onofrio, Ilfenesh Hadera, and Kelvin Harrison Jr.