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Nickname: Greg Nicatero, Greg Nicotera, Greg Nicotero
Profession: Television Producer, Special Effects Artist, Special Effects Designer, Special Effects Make-up, Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Date of Birth: March 15, 1963
Place of Birth: Pittsburgh
Gregory Nicotero net worth: Gregory Nicotero is an American special effects coordinator, actor, and director who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Gregory Nicotero was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and knew he wanted to pursue a career in specials effects from an early age. Inspired by films like "Jaws" and "Dawn of the Dead", he began apprenticing under famed special effects creator, Tom Savini, and then went on to work for the award-winning horror director, George A. Romero. Over the course of his nearly 30-year career, he has provided special effects for such film and television projects as "Day of the Dead", "Predator", "Evil Dead II", "Army of Darkness", "Pulp Fiction", "Lord of Illusions", "Eraser", "Scream", "Boogie Nights", "The Green Mile", "Spy Kids", "Mulholland Drive", "Austin Powers in Gold Member", "Minority Report", "Kill Bill", "Hostel", "Casino Royale", "Breaking Bad", and "Oz the Great and Powerful". He is most widely recognized as a special effects artist, director, and actor for the hit series, "The Walking Dead".
Gregory Nicotero (born March 15, 1963) is an American special effects creator, actor, and director. His first major job in special effects makeup was on the George A. Romero film Day of the Dead (1985), under the tutelage of Romero and Tom Savini.
In 1988, along with Robert Kurtzman and Howard Berger, he formed KNB Efx Group, a special effects studio which has gone on to work on over 400 film and television projects. KNB has won numerous awards, including an Emmy Award in 2001 for their work on the 2000 Sci Fi Channel miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and an Academy Award in 2006 for achievement in makeup for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
He is currently working as co-executive producer, special effects makeup artist, director and also actor on AMC's The Walking Dead.

Nicotero claims he began taking an interest in special effects after viewing the film Jaws. He explains, "[...] I kept thinking "How the hell did they do that?! How???d they build a big giant shark that could eat people?!" So, between that movie, The Exorcist, Planet of the Apes, and of course all of the Universal horror movies [...] I think Jaws and then later Dawn of the Dead were pretty much the two movies that did it for me." Nicotero began his career working in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, learning the trade of special effects from Tom Savini, an award-winning special effects and makeup artist, and helping on films by director George A. Romero.
While working on the 1985 Romero film Day of the Dead, he met Howard Berger, who would become one of his partners at KNB EFX Group. Nicotero relocated to Hollywood and moved in with Berger and Bob Kurtzman. He worked as FX artist on the 2010 film Predators and created a classic predator figure for the film. He worked on the special effects, acting roles and directed for the TV series The Walking Dead and narrated the film on the San Diego Comic-Con International.
In 2013, Nicotero was a guest on Talking De

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Did You Catch Abraham’s Peace Sign to Sasha on The Walking Dead?

Greg Nicotero, the episode's director and executive producer of the show, said that they were trying to figure out a way for Abraham to communicate to Sasha without turning his head or adding any dialogue. "That was something Michael added," said Nicotero.
Posted: October 24, 2016, 10:17 pm

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(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen the Season 7 premiere of “The Walking Dead”) “The Walking Dead” Season 7 premiere contained not one but two of the most gruesome deaths the show has ever portrayed, which has set a new ...
Posted: October 24, 2016, 4:23 pm

Why 'The Walking Dead' season 7 premiere killed off more than one character

Episode director Greg Nicotero explains the decision behind the two deaths. • The deaths were about breaking Rick's character emotionally. "The Walking Dead" returned Sunday night with a big season seven premiere killing off not one big character ...
Posted: October 24, 2016, 12:52 pm
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