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Summer 2019

  • Films multiple on-camera commercials for Maryland Lottery & another undisclosed product.
  • Records VO for an upcoming TV spot for an undisclosed product.
  • Records several VOs for productions of Play! & Theatre in the Dark: Carpe Diem with This Is Not A Theater Company.
  • Does screenplay readings for developmental projects with Doug Wright & John Coles of Talking Wall Pictures & Marc Baron of Oroloro Entertainment.
  • Futureboy, in which Nick plays Billy, premieres at The Norwood Club in NYC.
  • Directs "Unforgettable Memories" with The Golden Phoenix Drama Club & Urban Stages Outreach Program.

Spring 2019

  • Appears as Gavin Decker in episode 420 of Blindspot on NBC.
  • Records over a dozen VO spots for 5 different product campaigns.
  • Returns as Live Announcer for The Vineyard Theatre 2019 Gala honoring Colman Domingo.
  • Records a Loop Group session for another episode of Blue Bloods.
  • Does table reads for new works with HBO, Primary Stages & Village Playwrights.

Winter 2019

  • Shoots an episode of Blindspot for NBC with Director Martha Mitchell.
  • Films 2 spots in a new on-camera commercial campaign in Boston, MA.
  • Plays Clarence & 7 other roles in It's A Wonderful Life: Live Radio Show with The Chain Theatre.
  • Continues doing table reads for Showtime.
  • Works as a corporate role player for a new client.
  • Begins another session as a Teaching Artist with Urban Stages Outreach Program.

Fall 2018

  • Shoots indie film I Kant Even with director Darran Boyer.
  • Begins working with a VO loop group for several NYC shows.
  • Teaches intensives in VO & Commercial Acting Technique with Acting & Voice Studios.
  • Table reads multiple episodes of Billions for Showtime.

Summer 2018

  • Records audio for a new TV show & several radio spots including his 200th VO.
  • Begins teaching Commercial Acting Technique with Acting & Voice Studios.
  • Continues working as a corporate role player with repeat clients.

June 2018

  • Records audio for 3 different VO spots.
  • Performs in a stage reading of Vagabond by Matthew Ethan Davis at Polaris North with Austin Pendleton, Tobias Segal, Joe Tapper & directed by William Roudebush.
  • Hedda Needs Help in which Nick plays a supporting role is accepted to ShortsTV & has it's NYC Premiere at Anthology Film Archives.
  • Directs the world premiere of Family Renditions with The Golden Phoenix Performers Club & Urban Stages.

May 2018

  • Plays Aaron in a staged reading of Eight Nights by Jennifer Maisel at Bay Street Theater with Jane Alexander, Bruce Sabath, Amanda Kristin Nichols, Arlene Chico-Lugo, Ben Hersey, Nick Ong & directed by Will Pomerantz .
  • Table reads 2 episodes of USA's The Sinner with the creative team.
  • Returns to the Voice of God for The Vineyard Theatre 2018 Gala honoring Michael Mayer.
  • Continues teaching theater to seniors with Urban Stages.

April 2018

  • Plays 20 different characters in a reading of Lojo Simon's one-man show Relic at Queens Theatre with director Will Pomerantz.
  • Records VO for a new commercial.
  • Does developmental readings of new works with BBR Productions & Village Playwrights.
  • Begins working as a Teaching Artist with Urban Stages Outreach Program.

March 2018

  • Performs in A Murder Most D'Vine, a new murder mystery show directed by Matthew Fleming.
  • Books VO for a new commercial.
  • Begins rehearsing new play Rules of Desire by William Mastrosimone.

February 2018

  • Reads the role of Minute in The Island of No Time by Kristen Lowman at The Lambs with Harris Yulin, Kathleen Chalfont, & Sam Underwood, among others.
  • Begins rehearsal for a new murder mystery show with Matthew Fleming.
  • Teaches a VO Workshop at the SAG-AFTRA Conservatory & continues private coaching.

January 2018

  • Records singing VO for a TV commercial.
  • Re-signs with Atlas Talent Agency for commercials & VO.
  • Workshops James Larocca's play Penang with Bay Street Theater & does readings of Matthew Davis' Vagabond with Austin Pendleton & JZ Holden's Ambient Noise.

December 2017

  • Films the supporting role of Jerry in indie pilot Surina & Mel with Director Abi Varghese, Create Entertainment, & Melanie Chandra, Surina Jindal, Nik Sadhnani, Leighton Samuels, Reema Sampat, Caitlin Mehner, Samuel Kebede & Tommy Beardmore .
  • Records VO for a commercial with Oink Ink Radio.
  • Reads several roles at a Table Read for a new HBO show.

November 2017

  • Films 2 on-camera commercials for an as yet undisclosed product.
  • Records VO for a radio spot with Lotas Productions.
  • A Very Merry Toy Store, in which Nick voices the Announcer, debuts on Lifetime with Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez, Brian Dennehy, Mario Cantone, Billy Gardell, Dan Amboyer, Beth Broderick & Tara Strong.
  • Performs 9 different characters including Clarence in It's A Wonderful Life: Live Radio Play with The Chain Theatre.

October 2017

  • Films a scene in upcoming new show Succession for HBO with director Mark Mylod.
  • Records VO for 3 different commercials.
  • Reads multiple characters in readings of new plays at The Lark & The Lambs for playwrights Maurice Decaul & JZ Holden.
  • Attends 2017 SAG-AFTRA Convention in Los Angeles as a duly elected Convention Delegate & becomes co-chair of the NY Next Generation Performers (NGP) subcommittee.

September 2017

  • Records VO for the Cockroach in Cafe Play with Erin B. Mee & This Is Not A Theatre Company.
  • Performs in final show of Cash Or Crash: Investing in the Drone Revolution on the Intrepid.
  • Reads multiple characters in readings for Playwrights' Lab & BBR Productions' The Circle.
  • Books a radio spot.

August 2017

  • Books The Announcer in HartBreak Films' feature Christmas Hours, written by David Breckman & directed by Paula Hart .
  • Plays Bradley in a reading of Sweet Birds by Eugene Pack opposite Carol Kane, Mario Cantone, Tate Donovan, Geraldine Hughes, J. Smith Cameron, Kathryn Grody, Molly Ranson, Dayle Reyfel & directed by Pippin Parker at The Guild Hall.
  • Records multiple VO spots for Snickers & MA Lotto.
  • Elected to SAG-AFTRA NY Local Board & as Convention Delegate.

July 2017

  • The Subway Plays, in which Nick plays roles in all 3 podplays, are available on iTunes & Amazon.
  • Plays 10+ characters in staged reading of Helen Ever After by Helen Wong & directed by Flordelino Lagundino with Leviathan Lab & Asian CineVision.
  • Reads roles in 3 different plays with Village Playwrights

June 2017

  • Records VO for several on-camera promos.
  • Does a reading of Kingdom of the Spirits by JZ Holden at The Players Club.

May 2017

  • Shoots a lead role in independent short American Ceiling with John Wu.
  • Records VO for a radio spot.
  • Plays Marty McFly in This is Heavy: Back to the Future with The Usual Rejects & Chain Theatre.

April 2017

  • Records VO in indie video game Mind Trapped as principal character Jake Braddock with Chaotic Good Projects, Inc.
  • Workshops new show Cash or Crash: Investing in the Drone Revolution for the Intrepid Museum.
  • The Subway Plays launch as part of the MTA Platform Series.

March 2017

  • Records VO for on-camera commercial.
  • Provides the VOG for the Vineyard Theatre 2017 Gala honoring [title of show] & Kevin McCollum.
  • Fight Choreographs The Chain Theatre's production of In the Boom Boom Room by David Rabe.

February 2017

  • Films an on-camera commercial opposite Jerry Springer.
  • Records VO for a radio spot.
  • Plays Guy in a workshop of In the Boom Boom Room with the Chain Theatre.

January 2017

  • Recurs in season 3 of The Affair on Showtime as Clay.
  • Films an introduction video for SAG-AFTRA with the Next Generation Performers Committee (NGP).
  • Books an on-camera commercial for an as yet undisclosed new product.

December 2016

  • Plays 8 different roles including Clarence & Sam Wainwright in It's A Wonderful Life: Live Radio Show by Greg Cicchino with The Chain Theatre.
  • Books a lead role in John Wu's short film American Ceiling.
  • Teaches play writing through the Young Artists & Writers Project at HEAF.

November 2016

  • Films 2 more episodes of The Affair for Showtime as the recurring character Clay opposite Maura Tierney & Ruth Wilson.
  • Films the lead role in Ryan Blackwell's indie short Futureboy.
  • Performs in a reading of Another Bride, Another Groom by Leah Kornfeld Friedman, directed by William Roudebush with Roberta Wallach, Leo Erickson & Molly Carden at The Actors Studio.

October 2016

  • Films a supporting role in indie film Hedda Needs Help with Malin Barr & director Lisa Baron.
  • Records several VOs for Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils.
  • Plays a lead role in a reading of Dark Market by Nancy McClernan.

September 2016

  • Films his first episode of The Affair for Showtime in a recurring role opposite Ruth Wilson & Darren Goldstein.
  • Records VO spots for 2 new ad campaigns including the Go-Gurt commercial "Trolls."
  • Books the lead role of Billy in independent film Futureboy with writer/director Ryan Blackwell.

August 2016

  • Performs as the announcer in musical comedy show The Rescignos at the historic Haskell Opera House on the Vermont/Canadian border.
  • Records VO for Brooke Arnold's one woman show, Growing Up Fundie as part of the 20th New York International Fringe Festival.
  • Films an on-camera commercial for Delta Airlines.
  • Records VO for several RetailMeNot commercials.
  • Plays the lead role of Mike in a table read of Ulrich Thomsen's screenplay Willenberger.

July 2016

  • Films the lead role of Brian in short film Wedding Man with director Chloe Raynes.
  • Records VO for a TV spot.
  • Receives callbacks for a new untitled LMN series & multiple on-camera commercials.

June 2016

  • Finishes shooting a new episode of I Love You...But I Lied for Lifetime with director Michael Selditch.
  • Records an animated SpongeBob Squarepants promo for Nickelodeon.
  • Records 3 roles in 3 different podplays directed by Erin Mee with This is Not A Theatre Company.
  • Receives callbacks for Sneaky Pete with Ross Meyerson & several commercials. Also attends a cold reading workshop with casting director Karie Koppel through the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.

May 2016

  • Books an episode in Season 3 of I Love You...But I Lied with Joanna Howard & Brian Cade.
  • Plays Brian in Sinkhole by Stacy Ayn Price as part of the Identity Company Reading Series with Katie Foster, Walker Hare & Patrick Thomas Cann.
  • Continues rehearsing 3 different site specific subway podplays with director Erin Mee.
  • Books the role of Alex in short film Hedda Needs Help with BarrBaron Films.

April 2016

  • Records 2 radio VO commercials.
  • Begins rehearsal for 3 subway specific podplays with This is Not A Theatre Company.
  • Takes an on-camera class with casting director Bob Kale through the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.

March 2016

  • Shoots 2 on-camera commercials in Cleveland & 1 for another campaign in Toronto.
  • Records 1 radio VO spot & books 2 more for different companies.

February 2016

  • Shoots The Mixtape Series with director John Cannon.
  • Books an on-camera commercial that shoots in Toronto, Canada.
  • Sobrevivo, in which Nick plays a lead role, is an official selection at the 2016 Winter Film Awards.

January 2016

  • Records 2 VO spots.
  • Re-signs with Atlas Talent Agency for commercial & voice-over representation.
  • Books a supporting role in The Mixtape Series, with N the Can Productions.

December 2015

  • Plays Clarence, Sam Wainwright, Uncle Billy, Martini, Ernie, Tommy & several other characters in It's A Wonderful Life at The Chain Theatre.
  • Books a VO commercial.
  • Receives callbacks for indie film Romance and the Digital Age & multiple on-camera commercials.

November 2015

  • Shoots opposite Kevin Kline in a new comedy pilot for IFC directed by John Lee.
  • Plays the role of Elliott in a staged reading of Where We Are by Kristen Lowman & directed by Lisa Rothe at Ensemble Studio Theatre (EST).
  • Begins rehearsals for a new live radio play adaption of It's a Wonderful Life by Greg Cicchino.
  • Receives callbacks for a Nickelodeon animation pilot & several on-camera commercials.

October 2015

  • Plays Marty McFly in Great Scott: Back to the Future 2 at The Chain Theatre with The Usual Rejects.
  • Records VOs for a TV spot & multiple radio spots.
  • Performs in improvised radio show A Knock on the Door, with Geste Podcast at the Scranton Fringe Festival.
  • Records the role of Mark in new radio play Monument Valley written by Lizzie Vieh & directed by Robert AK Gonyo.
  • Books roles in a new comedy pilot for IFC & Debra Toscano's indie film Bohemia.
  • Sobrevivo screens at the Black Bear Film Festival in PA & the Wreak Havoc Horror Film Fest in NC.

September 2015

  • Performs in reading of new play Calm the Light by Charles Messina as part of The Abingdon Theatre's Sunday Series with Johnny Tammaro, Joli Tribuzio, Concetta Rose Rella, Michael Barbieri & Roseanna Bell.
  • Records a VO spot.
  • Rehearses with Geste for A Knock on the Door, a live improvised radio show set to perform in the first ever Scranton Fringe Festival.
  • Fight choreographs Variation Theatre Group's production of The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh at The Chain Theatre.
  • Receives callbacks for My Big Gay Italian Midlife Crisis & multiple on-camera commercials.

August 2015

  • Performs in Celebrity Autobiography opposite Christie Brinkley, Susan Lucci, Ralph Macchio, Debbie Harry, Alan Zweibel, Eugene Pack, & Dayle Reyfel at the Guild Hall in East Hampton.
  • Workshops an adaption of Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors with director Nicole Ricciardi & Fred and his brother Fred Productions.
  • Records a VO commercial.
  • Geste casts Nick in A Knock on the Door, with Tara Gadomski, Robert A K Gonyo, Caitlin Johnston & director Laura Hooper.
  • Receives a callback from Brette Goldstein for lead role in indie film Crazy Famous with the director.

July 2015

  • Shot an episode of Paige Barr's new web series Shoulda Swiped Left with Malorie Bryant.
  • Begins workshopping A Comedy of Errors.
  • Attends cold reading workshops with Stephanie Holbrook & Barry Shapiro at the SAG Foundation.

June 2015

  • Plays Maurizio LeGrande in both My Big Gay Italian Wedding & My Big Gay Italian Funeral at St. Luke's Theatre.
  • Records a VO promo for Nickelodeon.
  • Does a reading of new play Constitution State by Brad Makarowski with the Attic Theatre Co.
  • Is called back and put on hold for short film Gras & several on-camera commercials.

May 2015

  • Appears as the principal role of Martin in the season finale of I Love You...But I Lied on Lifetime Movie Network (LMN).
  • Books VO for a Nickelodeon promo.
  • Books lead role in Off-Broadway comedies My Big Gay Italian Wedding & My Big Gay Italian Funeral by Anthony Wilkinson.

April 2015

  • Performs several roles in world premiere of new play Life is Shorts by Kat O'Neill at Guild Hall with the John Drew Theater Lab.
  • Records ADR in "Identity" episode of I Love You...But I Lied for LMN.
  • Does a table read of new pilot Tick Tock by Tiffany Hodges at NY Women in Film & Television.
  • Fight Choreographs One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest for Variations Theatre Group.
  • Attends cold reading workshops with Carol Nadell & Eve Battaglia through the SAG Foundation's NY Casting Access Project.

March 2015

  • Plays Joey in a sold out staged reading of Dewey, Phukum & Howe by Charles Messina with Lynne Koplitz & Anthony De Sando as part of the Sunday Series at Abingdon.
  • The Shells, in which Nick plays the role of Danny, premieres at the 2015 Phoenix Film Festival.
  • Records 2 radio spots.
  • Directs 2 plays for the Young Artists & Writers Project (YAWP) through Stony Brook Southampton University.
  • Receives callbacks for My Big Gay Italian Wedding/Funeral & several on-camera commercials.

February 2015

  • Shoots a principal role on an episode of improv-based new show I Love You...But I Lied with director Michael Selditch for Lifetime Movie Network.
  • Records VO for an internet on-camera commercial.
  • Plays Marty McFly in This is Heavy: Back to the Future as a fundraiser for the Chain Theatre.
  • Plays Ford Prefect in The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy & Professor Pierre Aronnax in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea live radio plays with Variations Theatre Group.
  • Sobrevivo, in which Nick plays a lead role, wins "Best Zombie Film," at the 2015 NY Scary Film Awards.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Meghan Rafferty of Ellen Lewis Casting through the Sag Foundation.

January 2015

  • Nominated for a Queens Kudos Award for "Outstanding Actor in a Supporting role" for playing 8 different characters in It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.
  • Plays Howard Payne in a staged reading of Pop Quiz Hotshot: Speed at the Chain Theatre with The Usual Rejects.
  • Receives a callback & is presented to the network by Brette Goldstein for an episode of Untitled Secrets Project.
  • Is put on hold for an episode of Forever by Suzanne Ryan & receives callbacks for multiple on-camera commercials.
  • Attends a workshop with Mark Saks through SAG Foundation's New York Casting Access.

December 2014

  • Records a national radio VO spot.
  • Performs as multiple characters in It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play at The Chain Theatre.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Nina Pratt of Grey Worldwide through NYCAP with the SAG Foundation.
  • Takes an improv workshop with Meg Griffiths Anderson through the PIT.

November 2014

  • Records multiple sessions for a top secret VO project.
  • Performs in Fifteen Minutes of Shame by Charles Messina, opposite Valerie Smaldone, as part of Sunday Series at The Abingdon Theatre.
  • Sobrevivo is an official selection at the 2014 Big Apple Film Festival in NYC.
  • Attends an animation voice-over workshop with Bob Bergen & Collette Sunderman.
  • Cast as Clarence & several other characters in It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry with Variations Theatre Group.
  • Receives callbacks for short film Octopus & numerous on-camera commercials.
  • Performs at The PIT in his Improv Level 3 show.

October 2014

  • Sobrevivo premieres at the 14th annual Shriekfest film festival in Los Angeles.
  • Cast in a reading of a new play by Charles Messina as part of "Moonlight in Greenwich Village" at The Abingdon Theatre's Sunday Series.
  • Called back for the creative team for a series regular role in an upcoming comedy pilot for Adult Swim.

September 2014

  • Plays the role of Stu in Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio with Variations Theater Group for a limited run at the Chain Theatre.
  • Michael Cassara calls Nick back for a lead role in new play In the Bones by Cody Daigle.
  • Begins taking Improv Level 3 with Chris Griggs at the Peoples Improv Theater (PIT).
  • Both the Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles & the Big Apple Film Festival in NYC announce Sobrevivo as official selections for 2014.

August 2014

  • Records VO for a radio spot titled, "Name Change."
  • Begins taking Improv Level 2 with Lucas Hazlett at the Peoples Improv Theater (PIT).
  • Joins the SAG Foundation's VO workout group.

July 2014

  • Reads the role of Chris Keller in a table reading of Arthur Miller's All My Sons with Alec Baldwin at the John Drew Theater in East Hampton.
  • Books the role of Marty McFly in an unauthorized Back to the Future musical.
  • Receives callbacks for Unforgettable on CBS, multiple on-camera spots & for the title role in animated pilot P King Duckling.
  • Attends a NYCAP cold reading workshop with casting director Donna McKenna.

June 2014

  • Shoots a supporting role in PrashNYC's short film Sluggo the Skullcrusher with director Carl Maguire.
  • Reads several roles in staged readings of new plays for Young Playwrights.
  • Takes an improv class with SNL alum Denny Dillon.
  • Teaches a Project Hero workshop with Guild Hall & The Hamptons International Film Festival.

May 2014

  • Does a Lark Roundtable reading with Lynn Cohen of Shemira by Sandy Gruenwald.
  • Plays several characters in a reading of new musical The Storm, by Jeremy Long & Cory Herman.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with casting director Sabrina Hyman through SAG Foundation's NYCAP.

April 2014

  • The 30 Year Old Bris, in which Nick plays the lead role of Brad premieres at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.
  • Does a reading of Where We Are by Kristen Lowman as part of the Lark Play Development Series & a reading of EMWH for writer Jeremy Guttman.
  • Attends a NYCAP cold reading workshop with casting director Judy Bowman through the SAG Foundation.

March 2014

  • The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival announces The 30 Yr Old Bris, as an official selection.
  • Shoots an on-camera commercial with Titus Welliver.
  • Receives a callback to producers for pilot Mysteries of Laura and is called back in for different roles on the pilots Save the Date & How I Met Your Dad.
  • Performs in opening performance of the 10th season of Accomplice: New York & multiple roles in Accomplice: The Village.

February 2014

  • Plays several different roles in the new version of the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.
  • Begins taking Improv Level 1 at the PIT with Mandy Schmieder.
  • Takes a cold reading workshop with Ilene Starger through SAG-AFTRA's NYCAP program.
  • Is cast in a new indie sketch group with John McDermott.

January 2014

  • Records VO dubbing as both a man and a woman for on-camera commercial "Young & The Snackless."
  • Losing It with John Stamos, in which Nick plays a young Jeff Ross, is nominated for a 2014 People's Choice Award for "Favorite Streaming Series."
  • Performs multiple roles in the final shows of the original production of Accomplice: The Village.

December 2013

  • Reads several roles in a screenplay reading of Man on Spikes for director Billy Crystal.
  • Performs in a staged reading of Fairies by Charles Messina as a fundraiser for the Abingdon Theatre Co.
  • Records VO demos for 2 different companies.
  • Is called back in for CBS comedy The McCarthy's & several on-camera commercials.

Movember 2013

  • Plays the role of Elliot in a reading of Where We Are by Kristen Lowman & directed by Harris Yulin at the Ensemble Studio Theatre (EST).
  • Closes the 2013 season performing in Accomplice: NY.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Jordan Bass of Bass Casting through the SAG Foundation's NYCAP program.

October 2013

  • Performs in the improv experiences Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Jeffrey Vigneault of Chantiles Vigneault Casting through NYCAP.

September 2013

  • Plays a young Jeff Ross in Losing It with John Stamos for Yahoo & executive producer Morgan Spurlock.
  • Does staged readings of A Little Bit of This and That by Charles Messina at the Abingdon Theatre & Where We Are by Kristen Lowman as part of The Guild Hall's Naked Stage Reading Series.
  • Takes an advanced acting class with Bob Krakower, improv workshop with Reilly Owens at The PIT, & cold reading workshop with Adam Caldwell of Cindy Tolan Casting.

August 2013

  • Performs several roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Records a VO demo.
  • Reads multiple characters in a workshop of a new web series for writer Natalie Thomas.
  • Takes an improv workshop with Lucas Kavner & continues in Sketch Level 1 with Joe Galan at The PIT.

July 2013

  • Records VO for a radio spot & 2 demo spots.
  • Books a supporting role in indie film Err.
  • Films an on-camera commercial demo.
  • Does a workshop staged reading of Harold, I Hate You by Amanda Szeglowski for writers' group Smith & Tinker.
  • Jodi Collins calls Nick back for Untitled NBC Sketch Comedy. Also receives callbacks for multiple on-camera commercials.
  • Begins taking Sketch Level 1 at the Peoples Improv Theater (PIT) with Joe Galan.

June 2013

  • Films the role of Conrad in zombie movie Sobrevivo.
  • Records VO for the character Darren in Grand Theft Auto V for Rockstar Games.
  • Books the VO in a TV demo commercial.
  • Is called back in for NBC's Undateable & put on hold for on-camera spots.
  • Plays 4 different characters between the 2 improv experiences, Accomplice: NY & Accomplice: The Village.

May 2013

  • Shoots a Series Regular role in Matt Harrigan's live-action pilot Sperm Boat for Adult Swim in West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Records VO as the voice of Mayor Michael Bloomberg for a comedy segment in the 1st episode of the new season of online talk show On the Verge.
  • Books a lead role in zombie flick Sobrevivo written by Dena Schumacher & directed by Matt Sullivan.
  • Plays 3 different characters in Accomplice: New York.

April 2013

  • Films the lead role of Joshua in the indie Broken Breath directed by Lavinia Barsotti.
  • Shoots an on-camera commercial in Atlanta with director Tim Hamilton.
  • Does another episode of Morgan Spurlock's webby nominated series Mansome, with Craig Bierko.
  • A Case of You by Justin Long, Christian Long & Keir O'Donnell, in which Nick plays the supporting role of Kyle, premieres at the 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival.
  • Buddy CoPs: Explosive Lunch, in which Nick plays the supporting role of Ritchie "Snitchie" Baines, premieres at the 2013 Friars Club Comedy Film Festival.
  • Performs at the UCB Chelsea Theater for his Improv 201 Graduation Show.

March 2013

  • Books & records VO for a radio spot.
  • Shoots the sketch Cheap Beers with writer/actor/director Dave T. Koenig.
  • Books a lead role in the film Broken Breath which also stars Caitlin McGee, Jacob Robinson, Cemi Guzman & Mary Elaine Ramsey.
  • Begins taking Improv Level 201 at the Upright Citizens Brigade with David Siegel.

February 2013

  • Performs in the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.
  • Goes in for the executive producers & writer of the Untitled Onion News Network pilot after a 2nd callback with Ross Meyerson.

January 2013

  • Films a supporting role in the "Am I?" music video by pop singer Madu.
  • Shoots Man Ties: The Manti Te'o Story, a sketch trailer for a film lampooning the Manti fake girlfriend story by Dave T. Koenig.
  • Records VO from a scene in Briar Rose and the Thirteenth Fairy by Caroline Angell for Everyday Inferno.
  • Continues performing with Accomplice: The Village.
  • Receives a callback for the Untitled Onion News Network pilot & on-camera commercials.

December 2012

  • Shoots a parody of the Les Mis movie trailer with Katharine Heller and several other funny folks.
  • Plays the role of Chris in a screenplay reading of Joe Sturek's The End.
  • Does a photo shoot for eBass Entertainment's upcoming Buddy Cop: Web Series.
  • Performs in the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.
  • Nick's submits the winning suggestion "Local Vocal" for the title of SAG-AFTRA NY Local's e-newsletter.

November 2012

  • Films the lead role of Brad in Michael Ratner's The 30 Year Old Bris opposite Chris Elliott, Donnell Rawlings & Jaclyn Jonet.
  • Shoots an episode of Morgan Spurlock's Mansome web series for Yahoo.
  • Records VO for a TV spot & is called back for indie film Half Brother & on-camera commercials.
  • Closes the 2012 Season of Accomplice: New York by playing 4 different characters.
  • Takes an on-camera class with Bob Krakower.

October 2012

  • Greg Pak's Vision Machine iPad app, in which Nick voices several characters, debuts at New York Comic Con.
  • Books VO for a TV commercial.
  • Director Jo Bonney calls Nick back for Lanford Wilson's The Mound Builders & he also receives callbacks for multiple on-camera commercials.
  • Performs in 2 shows for Accomplice, Inc.
  • Graduates from the Upright Citizen's Brigades' Improv 101 class with a show at UCBeast.

September 2012

  • Records 2 radio VO spots.
  • Plays The Prince in Briar Rose and the Thirteenth Fairy by Caroline Angell in a workshop reading.
  • Performs 3 different roles in both Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Continues taking class at UCB & begins training again at the SAG Conservatory.

August 2012

  • Records VO for 2 radio spots & an industrial.
  • Begins Improv 101 at the Upright Citizens Brigade with Anthony Atamanuik.
  • Performs in both Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Is put on hold for new CBS show Made in Jersey.

July 2012

  • Records VO for several on-camera spots.
  • A remix is released of the "Crossed the Line" radio spot that Nick provides a voice in.
  • Performs 5 different roles in 2 different improv experiences for Accomplice.

June 2012

  • Films an on-camera commercial with director John Hamburg.
  • Records VO for radio spot "Crossed the Line" & an industrial.
  • Performs in readings of new plays by Charles Messina & Sean Melia's screenplay Welcome to the Johnsons.
  • Continues performing in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.

May 2012

  • Shoots an improvised sketch for the MLB Fan Cave with Joel Stein & Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett.
  • Performs 4 different characters in 3 different shows for Accomplice, Inc.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Bonnie Gillespie through SAG-AFTRA's NYCAP program.
  • Continues taking an improv class with Naked in a Fishbowl taught by Katharine Heller.
  • Rosalie Joseph calls Nick back to read for Woody Harrelson for new play Bullet for Adolf.

April 2012

  • "Tile Date," episode 106 of Bent, in which Nick plays agent Tony Dodds, airs on NBC.
  • Records the voices of several characters for an iPad app version of Greg Pak's Vision Machine comics.
  • Fugazy closes it's limited run at the 13th St. Repertory.
  • Performs in a reading of Juno and the Paycock by Sean O'Casey as the role of Johnny with the Naked Stage at Guild Hall in East Hampton.
  • Begins taking Naked in a Fishbowl's co-ed improv class.
  • Performs as 4 different characters in 2 different improv experiences with Accomplice.

March 2012

  • Fugazy by Charles Messina, in which Nick plays Davey Treck, opens as part of The Tenement Plays at 13th Street Repertory with Maria Didomenico, Ivan Goris & director Gina Ferranti.
  • Performs in 3 different Accomplice shows on 2 coasts (Accomplice: Hollywood, Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village).
  • Does ADR work on Max Finneran's independent film The Shells.
  • Is called back for a chemistry read on independent film Kilimanjaro & for another role on the Untitled Spike Feresten and Louis C.K. Project.

February 2012

  • Shoots the role of Kyle in feature comedy A Case of You opposite Justin Long & Evan Rachel Wood with director Kat Coiro & writers Justin Long, Christian Long & Keir O'Donnell.
  • Performs in Accomplice: Hollywood & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Shoots a pilot presentation with Dave Sirus in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Is called back for producers for Untitled Spike Feresten and Louis C.K. Project & CBS pilot Quean.

January 2012

  • Plays the role of Matt in Jenna's Birthday by Hayley Tyler Chin at The Cherry Lane Theatre as part of the 2012 Young Playwrights Conference reading series.
  • Performs as Leo Irving in a reading of In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play by Sarah Ruhl at The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall.
  • Improvises in both Accomplice: The Village & Accomplice: Mystery at the Museum.
  • Judy Henderson casting calls Nick back for An Early History of Fire by David Rabe.

December 2011

  • Shoots the role of agent Tony Dodds opposite Jeffrey Tambor in the upcoming NBC comedy Bent.
  • Plays Greg in Christmas Shorts by Matt Hoverman and directed by Suzanne Agins at the John Drew Theater of Guild Hall as part of the Naked Stage Reading Series.
  • Performs opposite Fred Melamed in a reading of While Mortals Sleep: A Vonnegut Christmas by Matthew Burnett at the John Drew Theater of Guild Hall.
  • Continues performing several characters in Accomplice: The Village.

Movember 2011

  • Shoots the role Ritchie "Snitchie" Barnes in Buddy Cop Web Series with eBass Entertainment.
  • Performs in Accomplice: Hollywood, Accomplice: The Village & in multiple roles to close out this season of Accomplice: NY.
  • Receives callbacks with producers for a series regular in ABC Family pilot Village People & a guest star in pilot On We Go.
  • Susan Vash Casting calls Nick back in for producers for Happy Endings.

October 2011

  • Records the narrating voice for an on-camera industrial.
  • Works on Grand Theft Auto V (GTAV) for Rockstar Games.
  • Performs in a reading at New Dramatists of Quincy Long's The Gospel According to Trains.
  • Performs in 2 improv experiences with Accomplice.

September 2011

  • Records another VO as Assistant Coach for the animated spot "Football."
  • Nick's radio spot, "Bank Hands" is announced as a finalist for the 2011 Radio Mercury Awards.
  • Performs several roles in Accomplice: New York & continues performing in Accomplice: The Village.

August 2011

  • Records the voice of Assistant Coach for an animated TV commercial.
  • Books & records the VO for a PSA.
  • Trains in an on-camera & cold reading workshop with David Bellantoni of Beth Melsky Casting through SAG's NYCAP program.
  • Returns to performing in Accomplice: The Village & continues playing several roles in Accomplice: New York.

July 2011

  • Julien Schwab's rogerandtom, in which Nick plays lead role Roger, opens at 59E59 Theaters as part of the East to Edinburgh Festival.
  • Shoots a lead role in Christian Nilsson's short film Wake.
  • Books & records radio VOs for 2 different companies.
  • Cindy Tolan & director John Turturro call Nick back in for Broadway show Honeymoon Motel.
  • Continues playing multiple roles in Accomplice: NY.

June 2011

  • Most of June is spent in Rochester shooting Max Finneran's independent horror-thriller The Shells.
  • Rehearsals begin for rogerandtom with Personal Space Theatrics & director Nick Cotz
  • Cindi Rush Casting calls Nick back for new play Wilhelmstrasse & he receives callbacks for several commercials.
  • Returns to performing in Accomplice: New York after nearly a month away.

May 2011

  • Books & begins shooting a lead role in indie horror film The Shells by Max Finneran with Britt Lower, Sara Chase, Andrew Ridings, Lee Wilkof, Carolyn McCormick, Michael Pemberton, Erik Heger, Nadia Gan & Anna Andresen.
  • Records the VO for 2 secret TV demos.
  • Plays Noah in a reading of In Meus Telumby by J.T. Michael Taylor.
  • Cindy Tolan & director John Turturro call Nick back for Honeymoon Motel for playwright Woody Allen.
  • Continues playing several roles in both Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.

April 2011

  • Performs multiple roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • HBO calls Nick back for a guest star on Bored to Death.
  • Receives a callback from Adrienne Stern Casting for a lead role in independent film Rent Control.

March 2011

  • Performs in 3 different shows for Accomplice, Inc. including Accomplice: Hollywood, Accomplice: Mystery at the Museum & several roles in Accomplice: New York.
  • Plays Dylan in a staged reading of Kristen Lowman's The Island of No Time at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampon.

February 2011

  • Plays a guy on a first date in Super Bowl XLV commercial "Status."
  • Begins performing multiple roles in Accomplice: Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA.
  • A radio spot Nick recorded begins airing.
  • Sony Pictures Television calls Nick back for producers for new pilot Iceland.

January 2011

  • Carter Smith's short film Yearbook, which features Nick as a teenager infected with a unique disease in the 1970's, premieres at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
  • Creates a brand new character & performs opening weekend of improv experience, Accomplice: Mystery at the Museum.
  • Talvin Wilks directs Nick in a staged reading of The Human Heart by Ben Ellentuck at The Cherry Lane Theatre as part of Stephen Sondheim's Young Playwrights, Inc.
  • Playwrights Horizons calls Nick back for a lead role in Go Back to Where You Are by David Greenspan.

December 2010

  • The Sundance Institute announced that Yearbook, the short film that Nick worked on directed by Carter Smith, is an official selection of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
  • Books & records the VO in a radio commercial.
  • Nick creates a role for the upcoming Accomplice experience in the American Museum of Natural History & performs in Accomplice: The Village.

November 2010

  • Books & shoots a Super Bowl commercial in Los Angeles with Kate Miller & directors Valerie Faris & Jonathan Dayton (Little Miss Sunshine).
  • Closes the 6th season playing multiple roles in Accomplice: New York & continues performing several roles in Accomplice: The Village.

October 2010

  • Creates a one-time only Halloween specific character for Accomplice: New York & performs several other roles in that show & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Plays Lucentio in a staged reading of The Taming of the Shrew at The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall.
  • Plays multiple roles in a table reading of God's Pocket by John Slattery.
  • Receives callbacks with David Chase for Twylight Zones & David Caparelliotis for Manhattan Theatre Club's production of Good People.

September 2010

  • Performs multiple roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Filmed the role of Landon for an upcoming interactive project with Ryan Koo & Zack Lieberman.
  • Plays several roles in a reading of Ad Astra by Norman Weinstein as part of NYC Playwrights.

August 2010

  • Continues performing in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Plays the Younger Man track in a reading of new NYMTF musical Bloodties.
  • MTV calls Nick back in for another producer session for a series regular role in pilot I Just Want My Pants Back.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Scott Wojcik of wojcik/seay casting through SAG's NYCAP program.

July 2010

  • Performs several roles in Accomplice: The Village & Accomplice: New York
  • MTV calls Nick back for a lead role in the pilot I Just Want My Pants Back.

June 2010

  • Plays Doug Stuart in a staged reading of 98.6 by Bill Persky & Tom Leopold at The Players Club with Jill Paice, Lou Martini Jr., Stewart Steinberg, Nikki Crawford, Johnny Tamarro, Gina Ferranti & director Judi Krant.
  • Continues performing numerous roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Workshops Letter from Algeria with Kef Productions & Celia with NYCPlaywrights.
  • Casting calls Nick back in for a producer session for CBS pilot S#*! My Dad Says & for Spike pilot Wilfred, independent film The Shakespeare Project, & new play Now Circa Then.

May 2010

  • Performs several characters in a staged reading of 'Twas the Night Before a Brooklyn Christmas at the Bleeker Street Theatre with Mario Cantone, Michael Rispoli, Lou Martini Jr. & Charles E. Hall.
  • Helps develop a new role for Accomplice's Museum show & continues performing several roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Workshops the play The Bird & The Two Ton Weight by Darcy Fowler.
  • Casting calls Nick back in for a lead role in new sitcom S#*! My Dad Says & independent films Vamperifica & The Shakespeare Project.

April 2010

  • Accomplice: New York begins it's 6th season & Nick performs several roles in his 3rd season with the show.
  • The national on-camera commercial "Future Generations", in which Nick plays the role of "Pete," begins airing.
  • The radio spot Answering Machine, in which Nick plays the role of "Mike" begins airing.
  • Helps Accomplice, Inc. develop a role for their upcoming show in the Museum of Natural History & continues performing in Accomplice: The Village.
  • Books a staged reading of 'Twas the Night Before a Brooklyn Christmas by Vincent Gogliormella & Charles Messina.

March 2010

  • Books & records a radio spot & VO demo.
  • Hosts the cabaret style show, Mostly Syracuse at the D-Lounge as a fundraiser for the New York Theatre Barn.
  • Primary Stages calls Nick back for their production of Secrets of the Trade & also receives a callback for the NBC pilot Pink House.
  • Continues to perform in the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.

February 2010

  • Performs in Accomplice: The Village.
  • Nick is called back in for a series regular role in the Fox pilot Raising Hope & receives a callback for a guest star on Bored to Death for HBO.

January 2010

  • Shoots the role of Pete in a national commercial.
  • Wraps shooting on short film Yearbook with director Carter Smith.
  • Workshops Little Doc by Dan Klores for Rattlestick Playwrights Theater with Adam Driver, Salvatore Inzerillo, Joanne Tucker, director John Gould Rubin, & artistic director David Van Asselt.
  • Reads a lead role www.SelfStory.com at The Cherry Lane Theatre as part of Stephen Sondheim's Young Playwrights Conference Reading Series.
  • Workshops new play The Bird and the Two Ton Weight by Darcy Fowler.
  • Continues performing in Accomplice: The Village.

December 2009

  • Appears on CBS in As The World Turns.
  • Creates a role in the brand new improv experience Accomplice: The Engagement & continues performing in Accomplice: The Village.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Kim Moarefi through SAG's NYCAP program.
  • Signs with Atlas Talent as exclusive commercial & VO representation.

November 2009

  • "Audition Day", episode 404 of 30 Rock in which Nick guest stars as Jayden Michael Tyler, airs on NBC.
  • Ends the 5th season of Accomplice: New York playing multiple roles & performs in Accomplice: The Village.
  • Called back in for the role of Mike in the FOX pilot Raising Hope.
  • Begins working with Scott Swiontek at The Gersh Agency.
  • Stony Brook Southampton's YAWP program ends it's second semester with Nick as a teaching artist.

October 2009

  • Attends 30 Rock's season 4 premiere party.
  • Performs multiple roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Presents a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's Rope for Neil Pepe under the direction of Ray Yeung.
  • Continues teaching play writing through Stony Brook Southampton's YAWP program.

September 2009

  • Books & shoots the role of Jayden Michael Tyler in the 4th season of 30 Rock with director Beth McCarthy-Miller.
  • Mercy, in which Nick plays the role of Dr. Corey Whitaker, premieres on NBC.
  • Does ADR work on Mercy episode "Can We Get That Drink Now?" after being given additional lines.
  • Shoots on As the World Turns for CBS.
  • Continues playing several roles for Accomplice, Inc. in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice:The Village.
  • Begins teaching play writing again as adjunct faculty through Stony Brook Southampton's YAWP program.

August 2009

  • Nick works several days of reshoots on the pilot episode of Mercy with director Adam Kane.
  • First Dark, in which Nick plays Brando, opens at The Cherry Pit Theatre as part of the New York International Fringe Festival.
  • Creates a new role in Accomplice: The Village & continues playing multiple roles in Accomplice: New York.
  • Works with David Vaccari of Telsey & Co. in a cold reading workshop through SAG's NYCAP program.

July 2009

  • Performs several new roles in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Plays The President in a staged reading of The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giradoux with the Readers' Ensemble Company (REC) as part of their Summer Festival.
  • New Downtown Productions casts Nick as the lead role of Seth in independent film Month to Month.
  • 24K Black Films & New Wall Street Productions cast Nick as the role of Paulie in their cable pilot Titans of Gefa.

June 2009

  • Starts playing a new role in Accomplice: New York & performs in Accomplice: The Village.
  • Plays several roles in staged readings of play excerpts as part of the award ceremony for Stephen Sondheim's Young Playwrights Inc.
  • Reads a lead role in Weapons Collectively by Gabriel Garcia with The Village Playwrights.
  • New Downtown Productions calls Nick back for independent feature Month to Month.

May 2009

  • NBC announces that the pilot Mercy, in which Nick plays the role of Dr. Corey Whittaker, has been picked up for their upcoming season.
  • Performs multiple roles in improv experience Accomplice: New York.
  • Plays Cleante in a staged reading of The Miser by Moliere at the John Drew Theater.
  • Readers' Ensemble Company casts Nick in a staged reading of The Madwoman of Chaillot.
  • The Triad Stage Company calls Nick back for their production of Picnic.
  • Attends a cold reading workshop with Brette Goldstein through SAG's NYCAP program.

April 2009

  • Wraps shooting on the NBC pilot Mercy, with Taylor Schilling, Michelle Trachtenberg, Guillermo Diaz, Jaime Lee Kirchner, James Le Gros, Rosalyn Coleman, & director Adam Bernstein.
  • The Attic Theater Company's production of Moonchildren by Michael Weller, in which Nick plays Mike, opens at the Wings Theater.
  • Continues to play multiple roles in Accomplice: NY.
  • The John Drew Theater hosts the first ever Naked Stage Marathon in which Nick appears as Christian in Cyrano de Bergerac presented by Steeplechase Arts & in staged readings including The Illusion by Pierre Corneille & Naked Stage Taboo.
  • Directs the play In Her Shoes at the Avram Theater as part of Stony Brook Southampton College's YAWP Program.

March 2009

  • Books & begins shooting the guest starring role of Dr. Whittaker on the NBC pilot Mercy.
  • Kings premieres on NBC, with Nick appearing in several episodes as The Messenger.
  • Accomplice: New York opens it's 5th season & Nick begins his 2nd season with the show.
  • Jumping Rock Films calls Nick back for their pilot, Hard Sell.

February 2009

  • Stress in the City, an evening of one-act plays by N.G. McClernan in which Nick plays several characters, closes it's limited run at The Penny Templeton Studio.
  • Performs multiple roles in the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.
  • The Attic Theatre Company casts Nick as Mike in their production of Michael Weller's Moonchildren.
  • Purple Crayon films calls Nick back for their pilot The Lacey Study.
  • Becomes adjunct faculty with Stony Brook Southampton University to teach play writing as part of their Young American Writers Project.

January 2009

  • Stress in the City opens at the Penny Templeton Studio in midtown.
  • Plays a lead role in A Snapshot of My Family at The Cherry Lane Theatre as part of Stephen Sondheim's Young Playwrights Inc. Reading Series.
  • Plays a lead role in a cold reading with Naked Angels & continues to perform in Accomplice: The Village.

December 2008

  • Nick directs the play Behind the Scenes at Bay Street Theatre as part of their Young Playwrights Festival.
  • Continues performing in the improv experience Accomplice: The Village.
  • Mergatroyd Productions casts Nick in their production of Stress and the City.
  • Stephen Sondheim's Young Playwrights Inc. casts Nick in A Snapshot of my Family as part of their Young Playwrights Conference Reading Series in January.
  • Attends a commercial copy & improv workshop with Barry Shapiro as part of SAG's NYCAP program.

November 2008

  • Performs multiple characters in the improv experiences Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Reads several supporting roles in a screenplay reading of Hairbrained for The Group Entertainment.
  • Nick is the fight choreographer for Pop Megahit Theatre's production of We All Fall Down by Nick Dujnic.
  • Nickelodeon's The N Network calls Nick back for a hosting job & a new sketch comedy show.

October 2008

  • Shoots another episode of NBC drama, Kings with director Francis Lawrence.
  • Plays Nick in a staged reading of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Montauk Library on Long Island.
  • Plays several supporting roles in a screenplay reading of Hairbrained for the creative team & producers.
  • Shoots an infomercial parody with M.R. King productions.
  • Shoots a supporting character in an upcoming web series with 47 Dollar Productions.
  • Continues performing in the improv experience Accomplice: New York.

September 2008

  • Nick's role on Kings is made into a recurring character.
  • The Boy in the Basement, in which Nick plays a lead role, closes it's extended run at The Barrow Street Theatre as part of the FringeNYC Encore Series.
  • ABC Primetime calls Nick back for their hidden camera show What Would You Do?
  • Nick continues performing in Accomplice: New York.
  • Nick attends a workshop with Eve Battaglia as part of SAG's NYCAP program.

August 2008

  • The Boy in the Basement opens at the Barrow Street Theatre after its near sold-out run at the SoHo Playhouse.
  • Continues performing in the improv experiences Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Reprises the role of Huck in a reading of N.G. McClernan's play, Huck Finn.
  • The Metropolitan Playhouse calls Nick back for a lead role in their production of Nowadays & he is called back for a lead role in the short film Cigarette Candy.

July 2008

  • Books a lead role in the FringeNYC show The Boy in the Basement, an epic romance novel for the stage.
  • Continues performing in Accomplice: New York & Accomplice: The Village.
  • Personal Space Theatrics calls Nick back for their production of The Safari Party by Tim Firth.
  • Nick is called back for independent film, The Layabouts.

June 2008

  • Wraps shooting on the NBC pilot Kings, written by Michael Green & directed by Francis Lawrence.
  • Joins the cast of Accomplice: The Village & continues performing improv with Accomplice: New York.
  • As part of NYC Playwrights, Nick reads several roles in a reading of Stress and the City, a collection of short plays by N.G. McClernan.
  • Reads several roles in The Story of... as part of the Overturn Theatre Ensemble's play development series.
  • Nick is called back for the rap opera Bash'd at the Zipper Theatre.
  • Shadowland Theatre calls Nick back for their production of Black Comedy.

May 2008

  • Begins shooting on the pilot episode of Kings.
  • Performs in the improv experience Accomplice: NY.
  • Attends a cold-reading workshop with casting director Kim Moarefi.
  • Bordertown, in which Nick plays the role of Meter Guy, closes its limited run at the 14th Street Theater.
  • NY Screenwriters workshop invites Nick to participate as a reader.
  • Plays Valentine Coverly in a staged reading of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia at the Guild Hall in Easthampton.

April 2008

  • Books a co-star in the NBC pilot Kings after a callback with the creative team.
  • Bordertown opens at the 14th Street Theater.
  • Joins the cast of Accomplice: New York.
  • As part of an evening of one-acts for the Guild Hall's Naked Stage Readings, Nick reads the role of DeLuca in Jimmy Chen by James Larocca.
  • Plays several roles in various plays as part of Overturn Theatre Ensemble's play development series.

March 2008

  • Tom Comes Home, in which Nick plays the title role, opens as part of the Crosstown Playwrights Spring Forward Play Festival.
  • Nick continues performing at The Laugh Factory in Times Square with Eight is NEVER Enough! & Absent Minded Comedy.
  • Nick does a reading of the play Thrice Toss These by Soir Aniroc as part of NYC Playwrights.
  • Nick books the role of Meter Guy in (re:) Directions Theatre Company's production of Bordertown.
  • Nick begins taking voice-over classes again at the SAG Conservatory under Oscar Castillo.

February 2008

  • Nick continues performing improv at The Laugh Factory with Eight is NEVER Enough! & Absent Minded Comedy.
  • Nick books the role of Tom in new play Tom Comes Home as part of Crosstown Playwrights Spring Forward Play Festival.
  • Nick becomes a member of the Overturn Theatre Ensemble.
  • Nick reads the role of Telemachus in a reading of The Odyssey at the Guild Hall Theater in East Hampton.
  • Nick attends a cold reading workshop with Liz Ortiz-Mackes of Casting Solutions.

January 2008

  • Nick performs a reading of the new play This is Way Beyond My Remote Control for producers at Cilibrasi & Associates Inc.
  • Nick wraps shooting a recurring role in the Webby Award winning serial, The West Side.
  • Nick performs a reading of the play Stain by Tony Glazer.
  • Nick performs improv at The Laugh Factory with Eight is NEVER Enough!
  • Blume Media Group, Ltd. calls Nick back for their production of Dinner with Ahmed.

December 2007

  • Nick books & records a radio voice-over commercial.
  • Edward II, in which Nick plays Gaveston, ends its limited run at the 14th St. Theater.
  • Nick performs at the Laugh Factory with their official troupe Eight is NEVER Enough! & with new improv show Absent Minded Comedy.

November 2007

  • Edward II opens at the 14th St. Theater with Redirections Theatre Company.
  • Shooting wraps on the independent film Essence, in which Nick plays a lead role.
  • Nick performs at The Laugh Factory with Eight is NEVER Enough!
  • Nick begins freelancing with Independent Artists Agency's VO department.
  • Nick receives a callback for the independent film, Street Lure.

October 2007

  • Shooting begins on the independent film Essence with Raw Power Productions.
  • Nick continues to perform at The Laugh Factory & other venues with troupe Eight is NEVER Enough!
  • Nickelodeon's The N network gives Nick a callback after attending a general audition.
  • Nick takes a Teleprompter class taught by Barbara Stein where he learns the skills necessary to read & operate a teleprompter.
  • Nick joins Rattlestick Playwrights Theater's readers group.

September 2007

  • The production of Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile with the John Drew Theater closes its run. Nick played "The Visitor" (aka a young Elvis Presley).
  • Nick books the role of Max Myers in the independent film Essence with Raw Power Productions.
  • After a brief hiatus, Nick returns to The Laugh Factory to perform improv with troupe Eight is NEVER Enough!
  • Nick is part of a staged reading of George Cameron Grant's new screenplay Double Exposure at The Dramatists Guild.
  • Nick participates in a reading of the play Still by James Heiden with Off the Leash Productions.
  • Casting director Aleta Chappelle helps Nick brush up on his cold-reading skills.
  • Nick attends a stage combat workshop with Qui Nguyen of The Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company.

August 2007

  • Steve Martin's absurdist comedy, Picasso at the Lapin Agile with Nick as The Visitor opens at the John Drew Theater in East Hampton, NY.
  • Nick books the role of Gaveston in Edward II by Christopher Marlowe with Re:Directions Theater Company.
  • ABC News tapes Nick in a show as part of a feature on Improv 4 Kids, a program that troupe Eight is NEVER Enough! does at The Laugh Factory.

July 2007

  • Nick appears as Glenn Gould & several other roles in Suzan-Lori Parks' 365 Days/365 Plays with The Public Theater &Temporary Theatre Company.
  • The Life After, in which Nick plays a supporting role, wins "Best Long Island Film" at the 2007 Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE).
  • Nick continues performing improv at The Laugh Factory with troupe Eight is NEVER Enough!

June 2007

  • Nick performs in the 32nd Annual Samuel French Original Short Play Festival as Alex in The Tale of the Pinkie Brown Mob by Michael Quinones.
  • Holy Water, presented by Village Playwrights, opens at the Wings Theater. Nick plays corrupt preacher Thomas.
  • Nick books several roles in Week 37 of Suzanne-Lori Parks' 365 Days/ 365 Plays at The Public Theater with the Temporary Theatre Company.
  • The Life After has it's world premiere at Tribeca Cinemas & is an official selection at the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE).
  • Nick performs as The Wolf in The Boy Who Cried Wolf & Fox in The Fox and the Crow with Manhattan Children's Theatre.
  • Nick continues to perform improv at The Laugh Factory & Joe Franklin's Comedy Club with troupe Eight is NEVER Enough!

May 2007

  • Nick makes his debut performance with improv troupe Eight is Never Enough at The Laugh Factory & frequently performs at Joe Franklin's Comedy Club & Stand-Up NY where he opens for comedian Patrice O'Neal.
  • To Paul, in which Nick plays lead role Chris, opens at the 45th Street Theater.
  • Nick is cast in Steve Martin's Picasso At the Lapin Agile as The Visitor (Elvis) with The Guild Hall & director Josh Gladstone
  • Snerts Entertainment's The Life After, in which Nick plays a supporting role, is accepted into the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE)
  • Nick books the role of Alex in The Tale of the Pinkie Brown Mob in the 32nd Annual Samuel French Original Short Play Festival.

April 2007

  • Nick read in several 10 minute short plays in the Spring Fundraiser for NYC Playwrights.
  • Nick books lead role Danny in indie film Rough Draft.
  • Nick reads the role of Narrator in a staged reading of The Boy in the Basement by Katharine Heller at Magnetic Fields in Brooklyn.
  • After a callback at the Laugh Factory in Times Square, Nick is cast in the improv sketch comedy troupe Eight is Never Enough.

March 2007

  • Nick books the role of "Jude" in the internet serial The West Side.
  • Nick plays The Kid in Drumbeat as a part of "Friends & Enemies are all the same", an evening of 10-minute plays with Ciona Taylor Productions.
  • Nick participates in a reading of The Trial of Mary Surrat as part of a playwright's workshop at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY.
  • As part of Guild Hall Theater's Naked Stage Series, Nick reads Count Yousekevitch in Neil Simon's Fools.
  • Nick books the role of "The Narrator" in the staged reading of The Boy in The Basement, a humorous romance novel adapted for the stage.
  • Nick is called back for the internet sitcom The In-betweens of Holly Malone by On the Leesh Productions.

February 2007

  • Nick books lead roles in independent films Rooftop & Holy Night.
  • Nick is cast as Chris in new play To Paul by Joe Sturek & directed by Joseph Minutillo.
  • Nick is asked back to be a reader for Pulse Ensemble Theater's playwrights workshop.
  • Nick joins NYC Playwrights, a non-profit organization where actors and writers meet to do script-in-hand readings of works in progress, & meets David Ives.

January 2007

  • Huck Finn opens at the Metropolitan Playhouse.
  • Chunk in Charge screens at Tribeca Cinemas for Channel 102.net
  • Nick plays The Visitor (Elvis Presley) in a staged reading of Picasso at the Lapin Agile at the Guild Hall Theater as part of their Naked Stage Series.

December 2006

  • Nick books the role of Huck in newly adapted play Huck Finn at the Metropolitan Playhouse.
  • Filming begins on sketch Chunk in Charge with Snerts Entertainment.
  • It's A Wonderful Sex Life by Julie Marcus opens.
  • Nick participates in a reading of At Daybreak by Caroline Prugh.
  • Nick is a reader for Pulse Ensemble Theater's playwrights workshop.

November 2006

  • Nick plays "George Gibbs" in a reading of Our Town by Thornton Wilder at Guild Hall Theater in East Hampton, NY.
  • Reading of Damage's Done by Larson Rose at Michael Weller Theatre.

October 2006

  • Nick books a supporting role in new comedic play, It's a Wonderful Sex Life by Julie Marcus.
  • Shooting begins on the indie film A Very Merry Bar Mitzvah directed by Michael J. Goldberg.
  • Nick works with Craig Lechner of Impossible Casting on his cold reading skills & monologues.

September 2006

  • A Bard's Day's Night('s Dream) opens at the Chernuchin Theater in the American Theatre of Actors in NYC.
  • Making It screens at the New York Television Festival (NYTVF).
  • Nick is called back for Striking Viking Story Pirates.

August 2006

  • Nick records the voices of Rudy & Dennis in the animated pilot Pearl's World.
  • Filming begins on indie, The Emperor of Ice Cream.
  • Nick is called back for a Beastie Boys Tribute Band.
  • Nick meets with Jake Silbermann to discuss & advise fight choreography in upcoming short film.

July 2006

  • Nick shoots an on-camera commercial in the morning & a sketch for Officepirates.com in the afternoon.
  • Nick books a supporting role in independent film The Emperor of Ice Cream.
  • Nick receives his 2nd callback for the independent film Running Funny.

June 2006

  • In the morning, Nick shoots an on-camera commercial in Nashville, TN & flies back to NYC that night to perform the world premiere of new play Alcibiades the Athenian.
  • Nick books the role of "Guildencrantz" in the Off-Broadway Shakespeare spoof A Bard's Day's Night('s Dream).
  • Nick books a role in new play Glass Highways.


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Reviews

"Only in the rapturous narration delivered by ... (Nick Fondulis) does the humor sparkle." -New York Post


"But the real star may be the man of 1,000 voices Nick Fondulis." -Times Ledger


"Nick Fondulis shows great range... with excellent timing & vocal variety, is alternately pensive, suggestive, energized, & physically passionate." -NYTheatre.com


"Nick Fondulis is hilarious." -Connecticut Post


"Fondulis...manages to make his somewhat spoiled character an enthusiastic delight, an ardent lover nearly worth destroying a country for." -Broadwayworld.com


"Fondulis knows just how to set the mood." -Backstage


"Fondulis supplies us with an excellent mixture of mustache twirling villainy while keeping things real..." -Outerstage.com


"The high point of the show is...delivered to perfection by Nick Fondulis." -Talk Entertainment.com


"...comically creepy..." -The Art of Monteque


"Nick Fondulis gives a commanding performance...his comfort with & command of classical language is strong enough to advocate for him to become a permanent fixture of productions of the Elizabethan repertoire...turning in one of the most utterly watchable performances available in New York at the moment." -New Theater Corps


"Mr. Fondulis makes of the character a gem of bright & effulgent energy. " -The Southampton Press

"...played with hip-shaking perfection by Nick Fondulis." -The Independent, NY


"Nick Fondulis brilliantly parodies this real-life character." -Dan's Papers, NY


"Fondulis toyed with our more prosaic expectations." -Cafeteria Rusticana


"...comically played by Nick Fondulis..." -Queens Chronicle