Eric Nies

American model Eric Nies

Eric Nies, is a former male fashion model and reality television personality. He first gained fame as a cast member on MTV's The Real World: New York, before going on to appear that show's spinoffs and other reality shows, such as The Grind and Confessions of a Teen Idol.
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23 May 1971
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MTV Stars: Where are they now? - Beaumont Enterprise
Google News - over 6 years
Eric Nies: The former fashion model starred on the first "Real World" ever. He was also one of the only Real World stars to host other MTV spinoffs, such as the dance show "The Grind", which replaced "Club MTV." He later developed exercise equipment
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30 AND NOT PREGNANT: 30 Things MTV And I Have In Common At 30 - (satire)
Google News - over 6 years
We Are No Longer Fit Enough To Be On Eric Nies' “The GRROOOOOINNNNND” 20. Even Eric Nies No Longer Qualifies As Hot Enough For “The GRRROOOOOIIIIINDDDDD” 19. We Don't Really Care About New Music Anymore. 18. We Are Fascinated By Kanye West,
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"Leather Chaps And Sequins? What Is Eric Getting Himself Into? - A.V. Club New York
Google News - over 6 years
It's easy to forget what a big heartthrob Eric Nies was in the early '90s. A friend of mine who grew up in Manhattan still boasts about hanging out with him in Central Park when she was 15. (He was rollerblading with a friend who called himself
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What's On TODAY
NYTimes - about 9 years
9 P.M. (13, 49) TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES Gemma Arterton trades the Bond-girl duds she wore as Strawberry Fields in ''Quantum of Solace'' for an airy frock to play Thomas Hardy's spirited 19th-century heroine in this two-part ''Masterpiece Classic'' production, the first with Laura Linney as host. In Part 1, Tess seeks employment from the
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Weren't You Famous?; Reality TV: the humiliation that keeps on giving.
NYTimes - almost 13 years
DON'T let anyone tell you that reality television offers stars only one fleeting, white-hot moment in the spotlight. Even after being kicked off ''Survivor'' or evicted from the chic ''Real World'' digs, you can still pick up $1,200 for appearing at a Baltimore bar, handing a trophy to a motocross champion in California or being twirled by a
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TELEVISION: RERUNS; The Woman Who Gave Birth to Reality TV
NYTimes - almost 14 years
FOREST LAWN cemetery floats high above Los Angeles, offering a producer's-eye view of the television studios below. As cars streamed toward the memorial service for Mary-Ellis Bunim, the co-creator of ''The Real World,'' a member of the cemetery staff fretted over which visitors were allowed at the service. ''There's some controversy,'' she
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NYTimes - about 14 years
History in the Making The flier promised that Wednesday night at the Roseland Ballroom would ''go down in New York City Nightclub History.'' The event? ''The SEAN 'P. DIDDY' COMBS Thanksgiving Eve 2003 Party.'' Thanksgiving Eve! What an inspired time for a party! We envisioned -- perhaps foolishly, in retrospect -- tables groaning with cornbread
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Habitats/Elizabeth Street; A Loft for Living, Working and Sharing
NYTimes - almost 18 years
ONE might say that Eric Nies and Romain Gowe live in their large loft on Elizabeth Street, but that's really the least of what they do there. They sleep there, and they have some black leather couches from a friend who lost all his money in the stock market and had to move back with his parents. But mostly they work, surrounded by people coming and
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MIRROR, MIRROR; Sit, Roll Over, Strike a Pose: The Dog as Fashion Plate
NYTimes - over 18 years
IT was just after 2 p.m. last Tuesday, and William Calvert, a 30-year-old designer of the kind of clean-looking evening dresses that fashion editors invariably call modern, was waiting for his next fitting. An assistant to the designer sat hunched over a phone, rolling her eyes. Seems there was a problem with the security guard downstairs. A little
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TELEVISION; Barefoot in the Loft: A Real New York Story
NYTimes - almost 26 years
A rambling duplex loft in SoHo. It was a dappled afternoon, and a biting wind carried the mournful tune of a lone saxophone player emptying his soul. Domestic drama was gently unfolding in the kitchen. Mild fright in her eyes, Becky was on the phone. "Mom, it's me," she said. "I need help." She had gamely volunteered to cook dinner for her six
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Eric Nies
  • 2008
    Age 36
    He appeared on VH1's 2008 reality TV series, Confessions of a Teen Idol, in which former teen idols attempt to revitalize their entertainment careers.
  • 2002
    Age 30
    In 2002, Eric Nies joined longtime friend Doug Hertling to develop an entertainment guide called Glide Magazine, which was quickly purchased by Viacom and rebranded as MTV Magazine.
  • 2000
    Age 28
    In 2000 Nies developed an exercise product with his brother John called the 'Abaratus'.
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  • 1971
    Born on May 23, 1971.
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