Had a fantastic time with friends and family at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Art's Graduation Ceremony. Screening of my monologue reel was held at the SVA Theatre and the after party was hosted by Jay Z's 40/40 Club.
At NYCDA, I had the great fortune to work with such incredible teachers as Joan See, Jay Goldenberg, Richard Omar, Anthony Grasso, Maury Ginsberg, Rawleigh Moreland, Sara Buffamanti, and Alan Rackham. Proud to be an alum.
Thanks to all that came out to The Director's Guild of America Theatre (DGA) to support and enjoy "Quiet On The Set" and all the other fantastic SVA Grad films.
"QUIET ON THE SET"
Chase Zellenberg, a cancer patient making a living through being an extra, tries desperately to survive his illness, while balancing his work and chemotherapy. But when his health starts rapidly deteriorating, he realizes that he has nothing left and reluctantly accepts a zombie gig in a horror film, which turns out to be his career defining role.
A Boston native, Nick moved to NYC to pursue a career in acting after attaining his BA in Theater. Once in New York, he completed The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts' Film and Television actor training program. Since then he has been working steadily in film, television, and theater.