Nick Fondulis is a stage, screen & voiceover actor from Long Island, NY whose childhood ambition to become either a Mad Scientist or Spider-Man has never fully subsided (he finds spandex soothing).
Recently Nick recurred as Clay in The Affair for Showtime & shot a comedy pilot opposite Kevin Kline for IFC. He's played Jayden Michael Tyler on 30 Rock, Dr. Whittaker on Mercy & his network television debut had him getting punched in the face by Ian McShane on the NBC drama Kings.
Nick has appeared in film premieres at the Sundance & TriBeCa Film Festivals, among others. He's performed improv at The Laugh Factory in their official troupe & all over the country, recorded dozens of voice-overs including work in Grand Theft Auto V & appeared in several national commercials including a Super Bowl XLV spot that you probably saw that one time.
Some training includes studying under Alec Baldwin & Bob Krakower for on-camera, Bob Bergen (aka Porky Pig) & Collette Sunderman for VO, a BFA from Syracuse University, Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London, The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), Peoples Improv Theater (PIT), & The Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD). Nick is a proud member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA where he serves on the Next Generation Performers (NGP) committee & volunteers with the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. His spirit animal is a poodle in case you were wondering.