Brother Corin Nemec

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  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member


    Born Joseph Charles Nemec IV in Little Rock, Arkansas on November 5, 1971, Corin Nemec started his acting career with a guest stint on the series Webster, and gained the public’s eye when he was cast in the Francis Ford Coppola film Tucker:
    The Man and His Dream released in 1988. He became famous in Europe and the U.S. for his role in the hit Fox series Parker Lewis Can’t Lose. He also had guest and recurring appearances on popular small screen offerings such as Beverly Hills 90210 and Smallville.

    Joseph C. Nemec IV is also a Master Mason, having joined the Perfect Union Lodge No. 10 in the year 2000. He also is accredited with a documentary video detailing the hidden geometric meaning of the Master Mason's Apron for the Grand Lodge of Texas in early 2002.



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