About Nic

Born and raised in Southern California, Nic began his professional career in the classical music world — but quickly fell in love with theatre. He studied architecture at Columbia University and continued his vocal training in a joint program with Manhattan School of Music. After two years in New York City that included two appearances in the famed Varsity Show and starring in The Rocky Horror Show off-Broadway, Nic decided to change course: he applied to transfer behind his parents’ backs — a move he does not recommend to his students – and was accepted to the Acting/Musical Theatre training program at Carnegie Mellon University.

During his four years at CMU, Nic appeared in countless readings and workshops, mainstage musicals and black box plays. He directed and devised several pieces for Playground, a festival of student-produced work. During his senior year, he traveled to Russia to study Stanislavski, Chekhov and physical theatre at the famed Moscow Art Theatre School. He graduated with College and University Honors.

In New York, Nic has appeared off-Broadway in the Drama Desk-nominated revival of Pageant, Signs of Life, One Thrilling Combination, and The Boys Upstairs. His most recognized performance on screen was as ‘Aron,’ a recurring character on cult-favorite Hunting Season. He has twice performed the regional premiere of Jon Tolins’ one-man show Buyer & Cellar. He was a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theatre Writer’s Workshop and co-authored So You Wanna Be a Superstar? (Running Press, 2012), a how-to-audition guide for aspiring performers.

“Nic has an eye for specificity and a kind heart. I would recommend Nic to anyone.”
Ian Harding

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