Best Actor in a Thriller

(Chronicles of: The Good Reverend)

 Award Nominated Actor  


NJ Webfest

Wolf, a witty and feisty Cary Hite, runs the numbers and nearly gets into a deadly altercation with Sterling, but has the most entertaining relations with women
Two Trains Running
Rutland Herald
By Jim Lowe
Cary Hite plays the amateur photographer who captures the drama hoping to
find fame with his photos of the unexpected tragedy. His analysis of the character was exact.
Hell & High Water
by Angél Premier Solís
Cary Hite, a talented actor with an adorable smile, makes the conflicted Brandon believable.
Side Effects May Vary 
By Nancy Ellen Shore
Cary Hite displayed notable range, appropriately chewing the scenery as the terrifying assassin and also as the cowed Bishop of Coventry.
Edward II
By Jon Sobel
Otto (Cary Hite), does not speak, but the movements of his eyes, and tightening of his mouth in anger as he wields his gun suggest a reservoir of hidden emotion.
By Ilana Novick
Cary Hite gives Wolf a cool ease. But even leaning back in a chair with his hip-length leather jacket hanging open, he shows the pressure Wolf feels as his eyes scan the room beneath the cap slouched over his eyes.
Two Trains Running
By Alex Brown



Audie Award Nominated Audiobook Narrator

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