Murray Bartlett, a well-known Australian actor, plays Nick De Noia in Hulu’s newest limited series, Welcome to Chippendales. Nick De Noia was an Emmy Award-winning American writer, director, and choreographer whose life was tragically cut short by a guy hired by his former Chippendales Dance Club business partner, Somen “Steve” Banerjee.
The first two episodes of Welcome to Chippendales will premiere on the popular streaming site Hulu on November 22, 2022. The limited series is based on the best-selling book Deadly Dance: The Chippendales Murders by K. Scot Macdonald and Patrick MontesDeOca. The show’s creator, Robert Siegel, is credited.
Welcome to Chippendales’ official summary is as follows:
“WELCOME TO CHIPPENDALES is a vast true-crime drama that follows the incredible story of Somen “Steve” Banerjee, an Indian immigrant who became the unexpected creator of the world’s biggest male-stripping empire—and let nothing stand in his way.”
Since seeing glimpses of Murray Bartlett as Nick De Noia in the official video for Welcome to Chippendales, fans have been excited to see how the actor portrays the interesting character.
Who exactly is Murray Bartlett? Taking a look at the actor that portrays Nick De Noia in Welcome to Chippendales.
Murray Bartlett, a well-known 51-year-old Australian actor, started his acting career as Michael Freeman in the 1987 TV series The Flying Doctors. However, he rose to prominence after playing Julian Sinclair in the 2002 television series All My Children. Bartlett is best known for his roles as Cyrus Foley in the 2007–2009 television series Guiding Light, Dom Basaluzzo in the 2014–2015 television series Looking, Michael “Mouse” Tolliver in the 2019 television series Tales of the City, James Whitney in the 2013 film Girl Most Likely, and Armond in the fan-favorite 2021 satirical TV series The White Lotus.
Other notable features and short films in which he has appeared include Dad and Dave: On Our Selection, The Three Stooges, Needle, The Stand-In, August, Muffled Love, Boys on Film 4: Protect Me from What I Want, Postmortem, Kingston Avenue, Stubborn, and Om.
Other TV shows in which Murray Bartlett has appeared include Home and Away, A Country Practice, Above the Law, The Secret Life of Us, Flight of the Conchords, The Good Wife, Madam Secretary, Iron Fist, RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, Murder Call, Flat Chat, All Saints, White Collar, The Ferals, and others. He has also appeared in a few TV movies, including The Beast, The Tower, and Looking: The Movie. In addition, the actor will appear in two future series: The Last of Us and Extrapolations.