Who Portrays Niles Harper on Law & Order?

On “Law & Order” Season 22, Episode 4 (“Benefit of the Doubt”), Niles Harper appears in a surveillance film interrupting a fight between victim Christina Watkins (Elina Golde) and dissatisfied chef Victor Bernini (Jeremy Crutchley). Harper is a skilled actor, despite the fact that he appears to be merely a friendly individual. With the assistance of fellow detective Jerry Ryan (John Bedford Lloyd), they locate deaths with a similar modus operandi to Watkins in all of the cities Harper has visited for film projects, as well as cameras and witnesses locating his Tesla in close proximity to the crime scenes.

Cott has appeared in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Z: The Beginning of Everything” with Christina Ricci, and four episodes of “The Good Fight” with Christine Baranski in addition to his theatre performances. Recently, he portrayed one of the leading roles in “Filthy Rich” starring Kim Cattrall and Officer Jim Turley in the CBS series “Evil.” He also made his Hallmark debut in the lead role of “Butlers in Love,” in which he found the art of “butlering” to his great delight (via TV Insider). Cott is unquestionably a dedicated actor, regardless of where his profession leads him.

 Who Portrays Niles Harper on Law & Order?

Who Plays the Role of Niles Harper?

In “Law & Order,” Corey Cott portrays the vicious but slick murderer Niles Harper. Despite making his television debut in an episode of “Madam Secretary” only eight years ago, Cott appears to be a seasoned professional. Cott, a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, has starred in Broadway productions of “Newsies,” “Gigi,” and “Bandstand” (via Playbill).

 Who Portrays Niles Harper on Law & Order?

In an interview with Rob Owen for 2020, Cott expressed a realistic attitude on acting, stating, “Acting is acting. Regardless of whether you are singing, whether you are not singing, and if you are dancing. When conveying a story and portraying a character, the same technique applies to all mediums.”

Cott has appeared in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Z: The Beginning of Everything” with Christina Ricci, and four episodes of “The Good Fight” with Christine Baranski in addition to his theatre performances. Recently, he portrayed one of the leading roles in “Filthy Rich” starring Kim Cattrall and Officer Jim Turley in the CBS series “Evil.” He also made his Hallmark debut in the lead role of “Butlers in Love,” in which he found the art of “butlering” to his great delight (via TV Insider). Cott is unquestionably a dedicated actor, regardless of where his profession leads him.

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