Nick Searcy is an American actor best known for his role as Nathan Ramsey in the sci-fi television series Seven Days, appearing in 39 episodes from 1998-2001.
He was also a cast regular on the cult series American Gothic, playing Deputy Ben Healy in 18 episodes from 1995-1996.
Searcy made his feature film debut in Days of Thunder, starring Tom Cruise, and then appeared in the acclaimed drama The Prince of Tides with Barbra Streisand.
He first gained attention with his memorable performance as Mary-Louise Parker's abusive husband in Fried Green Tomatoes, for director Jon Avnet.
Searcy reunited with Avnet for The War, and counts among his other film credits The Fugitive, Nell, Tigerland, Cast Away, as Tom Hanks' best friend, and the thriller One Hour Photo with Robin Williams.
In 2003 Searcy was seen running for president in Chris Rock's Head of State and running away from John Cusack in Runaway Jury. In 2004 he appeared in the independent feature films The Assassination of Richard Nixon, Mall Cop and Neighborhood Watch.
In 2006 he appeared in four feature films: Cold Storage, Flicka, The Dead Girl and Welcome To Paradise. He has a supporting role in the movie An American Crime, which premieres on 17 August 2007.
On television Searcy starred in the cult hit television series American Gothic and was the only actor to appear in every segment of HBO's award-winning miniseries, From the Earth to the Moon, portraying astronaut Deke Slayton.
He also was a series regular in the sci-fi series Seven Days and has appeared in numerous telefilms and miniseries, including About Sarah, with Mary Steenburgen, and the Disney Channel's Double Teamed.
In addition Searcy made his directorial debut on the acclaimed independent feature, Paradise Falls, which he also co-produced and starred in. The film won awards at several film festivals, including the 1998 Best Feature Under 1 Million Award at the Hollywood Film Festival.
Searcy currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.