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The film was not a box office hit; it made ,000,000 and received positive fan reviews, though fans were more enthusiastic than the critics.

After , a film about the disturbing secrets of five childhood friends, set during their last summer together before college.

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Regarding his nationality and ethnicity, Austin is a White American actor. He was raised up there along with his older sister Ashely.

Austin’s mother Ann is a former professional trick water skier, ten times national champion and an international champion.

Aguirre, which won several awards and some critical acclaim.

One critic wrote that Nichols “transforms himself from a cardboard jock and frat boy caricature to a likeable vulnerable human being with surprising sensibilities.” Aguirre commended Nichols as a “stellar talent” able to play his character “with total abandon to self ego”.

As of 2007, the creators have not announced plans to release the film. The series began airing in June 2007, but was cancelled after one season due to poor ratings and mixed critical reviews.

Nichols played John Monad, a stranger who suddenly appears in a quiet surfing town; for the role, he took up surfing and practiced every day for three months.

Austin Nichols was born on April 24, 1980 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and moved to Austin, Texas before he was a year old.

His father, David Nichols, is a radiologist, and his mother, Kay Nichols, is a professional trick water skier.

Kay has been a national champion ten times and an international champion once. Nichols was raised on Lake Austin and attended Casis Elementary School.

Nichols began competitive water skiing from the age of two.

After this success, Nichols co-starred in a pilot for , directed by James Gartner and starring Josh Lucas, is a film based on the true story of the 1966 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, in which Coach Don Haskins led a team with an all-black starting lineup, a first in NCAA history.

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