|Play Dead||2000||Actor||Dale Spitler||20007|
|The In Crowd||2000||Actor||Bobby||20007|
|Psycho Beach Party||2000||Actor||T J||20007|
|Profiler||1998 1997 - 1998||Actor||n/a||19987|
|The Lake||1998 1997 - 1998||Actor||Roller Blader||19987|
|The Iron Man||2007||Actor||n/a||20077|
|Starred as Montgomery, a teenager abducted by aliens, in Gregg Araki's "Nowhere"|
|Attended acting workshop beginning at age 11 (date approximate)|
|Starred as a closeted gay teen in "Play Dead"|
|Guest starred on NBC hospital drama "ER"|
|Began modeling at age 15 in a Polo Jeans campaign shot by Bruce Weber (date approximate)|
|Appeared in an episode of "The Profiler" (NBC)|
|Appeared in Araki's "Splendor", screened at Sundance Film Festival|
|Appeared in TV commercials for products like Clearasil, Corn Pops and Nintendo|
|Featured in the ensemble of Doug Liman's "Go"|
|Had a small role in the NBC TV-movie thriller "The Lake"|
|Moved from Vancouver, British Columbia to Bakersfield, California at age eight (date approximate)|
Counted among Bexton's memorable television appearances is his turn in a 1996 episode of the popular drama "ER" as a boy who crashes his motorbike into the hospital's reception window. Other small screen credits include a 1997 guest role on "The Profiler" and a role in the thriller "The Lake" (NBC, 1998).
|Pina||Companion||engaged as of 1999|
|Bexton's cat Princess Leia Lucky Buttons is featured in "Go" (1999).|
|"I do things with my whole body and soul, rather than half-heartedly" --Nathan Bexton quoted in Genre, May 1997.|
|"I want to have a lasting career rather than a famous one. Like a Gary Oldman without the drugs." --Bexton quoted in Contents Number 17 (January 1999).|
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