Nick was born and raised the youngest of three children in Norwalk, Connecticut, where he inherited his sister’s love of Broadway and his brother’s love of Jim Carrey. He is a proud product of the Norwalk public school system that led him to the University of Virginia where he studied government and dedicated more time than he’s comfortable admitting to singing a cappella. As a member of the UVa Hullabahoos, Nick performed for audiences around the country, recorded four studio albums, met and sang for President and First Lady Obama multiple times, and landed roles on The Office and in Pitch Perfect. He’d go on to co-write and sell a musical-comedy pilot based on his college a cappella experience, executive produced by Jack Black.
The sweet tooth he developed for performing and comedy led him to Los Angeles where he quickly discovered and fell in love with The Groundlings. Credits include 9-1-1, The Office, Black-ish, Minx, Pitch Perfect, Set It Up, and Central Park. He is also a proud yet sad member of the Dead Pilot Society (RIP NBC’s Crazy For You and CBS’s Welcome To Georgia).
Nick is beyond grateful to have found a home at The Groundlings where he’s made some of his closest friends and greatest memories. He’d like to send a very special thank you to his family and friends - especially Mom, Dad, Jacqueline, and Chris, whom he’d be nothing without. And to Carmelo and Siena for making him the luckiest Uncle – his favorite role of ‘em all.
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