David Nichols, ‘Rocky’, ‘Taxi Driver’ visual consultant, dies at ’78 – variety1 min read
David Nichols, the production designer and visual consultant for more than 20 films, including “Rocky,” “Taxi Driver,” and “Groundhog Day,” was released on N.M. He died in Taos. Diversity Learned. He was 78 years old.
Nichols had a 30-year career in the film industry, working as a production designer, art director, visual consultant, writer and actor at various times. His work spans various Hollywood movies and Broadway shows.
As a production designer, he starred in the 1993 hit comedy “Groundhog Day” starring Bill Murray. His other credits include “Gossip,” “Buddy,” “Mr. Holland’s Opus,” “A Midnight Clear,” “Great Ball!” , “” Testament, “” Samp Thing “and” Long Shot “.
As a visual consultant to various industry departments, he collaborated with Sylvester Stallone’s Oscar-winning movie “Rocky” and Robert De Niro’s “Taxi Driver” which nominated four Oscars. Nicholas appeared as an extra at a political rally in the film Martin Scorsese. He has also been credited as a visual consultant for “The Waking Dead,” “The Times of the Times,” “Min Streets,” and “Boxer Bertha.”
Once the coronavirus epidemic situation improves and the shelter directions are revoked, a celebration of Nichols ’life will be declared. Grants can be given on the basis of animal assistance instead of flowers.