Erik Narwhal's love of film runs deep.  Whether it be reciting lines from “Jaws” or the grunts and groans from “Quest For Fire,” Narwhal is a great pretender. Home movie experimentation with uncles and cousins, creating costumes, disguises & horror make-up, Erik is an original storyteller.  It wasn’t until Rhode Island writer/filmmaker Brett Davey began writing a series of “whacky” movie scripts that Narwhal began work as a genuine film actor.  The first being, “Bigger Than The Man” in 2000, followed by “Goldie’s Move” in 2003 and a bit part in “International Stink bomb” in 2010. He has a feature role in Davey’s latest, “The Marriage Race” premiering September 30, 2012 at Avon Cinema (Thayer Street, Providence).

      Pictured above are Director Brett Davey, Providence Mayor "Buddy" Cianci and the Narwhal on the steps of City Hall on the "Bigger Than the Man" premiere day.


“Narwhal, who has a nice, unaffected, natural, Everyman style, is the best thing about Bigger Than The Man.” – Michael Janusonis – The Providence Journal. 

 “Narwhal has a quirky likeability as the film’s central figure, and the entire story has a well-written, homespun charm.  Davey keeps his star’s travails relatable, even universal, and Narwhal earns that ever valuable feature film trait – empathy.”  Bob Gulla – The Providence Phoenix