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Best Actor in a Thriller

(Chronicles of: The Good Reverend)

 Award Nominated Actor  

 

NJ Webfest

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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
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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
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Cary Hite, a talented actor with an adorable smile, makes the conflicted Brandon believable.
Side Effects May Vary
Backstage.com 
By Nancy Ellen Shore
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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
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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.
Bordertown
By Ilana Novick
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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
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Cary

Hite

Audie Award Nominated Audiobook Narrator

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