Nate Tuck is a film producer, actor and writer, who has also produced one video game. He is most recognized for producing the 2012 film, Hit and Run.
Tuck's first foray into the film industry was the 1998 film, Hairshirt, which he co-wrote, produced and acted in. The film met with low ratings, and it was another eight years before he began producing shorts. In 2010, Tuck produced and appeared in Brother's Justice, a small release that garnered enough attention to win an award at the Austin Film Festival. Most recently, Tuck produced and acted in Hit and Run, which received mixed reviews.
Tuck's first and only foray into the video game industry was in producing Silent Hill: Shattered Memories. He is listed as working for Technicolor Interactive on the game.