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Spring/Summer 2020

  • Can be seen in the Season 5 premiere of Billions opposite Paul Giamatti & Condola Rashad.

  • Podcast sitcom Next Stop, in which Nick plays the role of Cam, is available for your listening pleasure.

  • Records VO in several commercial campaigns for multiple products from home studio.

  • Appears in Pandemic Home Companion, a Zoom variety show with Stacia Newcomb, Molly Camp, Gary Adler, Ashley Morris, Nick Brown, Tijuana Pirro, Alex Watson, & Tom Szabo.

Winter 2020

  • Films an on-camera commercial & records a radio spot for a new campaign with an undisclosed product in Los Angeles.

  • Records the role of Cam in 10 episodes of Next Stop, a fictional podcast with Multitude Studios.

  • Returns to The Chain Theatre's production of It's A Wonderful Life: Live Radio Show to play 8 different characters including Clarence.

  • Records ADR for a premium cable network.

  • Fight Choreographs the world premiere of Chasing The River with The Chain Theatre of which one reviewer said, "The violence in the second act, when Nathanial runs amok, is as realistic as anything I’ve ever seen onstage."

  • Table reads a pilot for a premium cable network in Baltimore, MD.

Autumn 2019

  • Films an episode on an undisclosed premium cable network.

  • Plays Macek in a reading of JZ Holden's Kingdom of the Spirits, with Laura Zimmer, Sawyer Spielberg, Rob DiSario, Amanda Kristin Nichols, Charlie Westfal, Morgan Vaughan, Joseph Grosso & directed by Amanda Kate Joshi as part of the JDT Lab at The John Drew Theater in Guild Hall.

  • Performs the role of Pinot in A Murder Most D'Vine with Matthew Fleming Productions.

  • Plays several roles in a table read for a new Hulu series.

  • Works as a corporate role player in deliveries for new & repeat clients.

  • Teaches a VO workshop with the SAG-AFTRA NY Conservatory.

Summer 2019

  • Films multiple on-camera commercials for Maryland Lottery & another undisclosed product.

  • Records VO in myriad TV & radio spots for several different products.

  • Records numerous VOs for productions of Play! & Theatre in the Dark: Carpe Diem with This Is Not A Theatre 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 Uncle Billy & 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.

  • 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 television commercials.

  • 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.

  • 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 on-camera 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.


Updated Seasonally


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