A New England native, Nick grew up in the marsh and field covered town of...Marshfield, near Plymouth. (He's seen the rock - it's meh.)
Nick reached the height of stardom early, when he was cast as the lead in a local community play at five years old, memorizing lines before he could read. Growing up as a chubby, bespectacled nerd, surrounded by alpha football fishermen, acting was a godsend, serving his natural talent of imagination.
Always more of a city guy, Nick gravitated towards the Massachusetts capitol and launched himself into the Boston acting scene. After making connections with Boston casting giants Carolyn Pickman, Maura Tighe, and Melissa Paradice, Nick decided to stay local, majoring in theater at Bridgewater State University. For his stage work at BSU, Nick was twice nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Award.
Upon graduating BSU cum laude, Nick took the advice of industry friends and headed to NYC for training. Accepted at every conservatory program he auditioned for, Nick chose the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, which offered a generous scholarship as well as to promote him directly into the final year of training (an honor the school had only bestowed on one other individual in its history).
Nick immediately gravitated towards on-camera work, falling in love with the deeply authentic process of lifting the text into the reality of the moment, under the tutelage of master teachers Jay Goldenberg & Richard Omar. While at NYCDA, Nick worked every minute he wasn't training, collaborating with MFA programs at local film schools, like SVA, NYU, and Columbia, and living the romantic dream of the flat broke aspiring New York actor.
While working on various student and indie films, Nick made his bones in the NYC theater scene, performing at well known indie theater venues, The Kraine, Theater for the New City, and the Midtown International Theater Festival, receiving a Best Actor Award nomination for his work in In The Shadow of a Dream. Nick also explored his comedic side, diving into improv training at UCB and working with The PIT on readings and sketch comedy.
His success in the local theater and film scene caught the eye of smart and supportive representation and it wasn't long before he made his Off Broadway debut in the World Premiere of Damon Chua's Incident at Hidden Temple, with the prestigious Pan Asian Repertory Theater, joining AEA in the process. He is a Series Regular on Hobo Film's upcoming cop drama The System, opposite Vanessa Rubio (Cobra Kai) and Craig DiFrancia (Green Book). Also finding success in the commercial and voice over world, Nick has booked spots for BJ's, Bob Evans, Dyson, and two national campaigns for Optimum (for which he often gets texts saying, "Were you just in my living room?" ) His VO work includes an audio drama pilot for Dinosaur Diorama, as well as spots for Amazon, Crayola, PolicyGenius, and Wawa.
Nick has worked with, and learned from, some of the city's greatest talents, including film/tv director Lisa Robinson, Playwright Jose Rivera, and on-camera acting coach Bob Krakower.
Nick finds himself constantly fueled and inspired by the frenetic forward momentum that is New York City, but when he needs a break you can find him having philosophical Star Wars debates or playing tabletop RP games like Dungeons & Dragons. He's currently expanding his brand by working on a feature length screenplay and a tabletop game of his own, in which players play as kids that band together to fight classic Universal Films monsters that invade 1980's suburban America. It's rad.