Nick was born and raised in Massachusetts, twenty minutes west of Boston. He attended Framingham High School (Go Flyers!) and then Emerson College, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting and the departmental award for Excellence in the Performing Arts. Nick is a proud member of Actors' Equity and has been working consistently in the theatre for over a decade.
Nick is also a private acting coach, theatre teacher, and director, working primarily with college and high school-aged students. He is both an Acting for the Song and Monologue coach for My College Audition.
A Brief Review of Things Nick Loves: 'You've Got Mail' (obviously), autumn (all of it), cheese (any kind, unless it's American--you know that's not cheese), dogs (cute ones), cookies (all of the cookies he can find, all of the time, always), Joni (our Shakespeare), standards (especially if Judy sang them), Chekhov (if it's sad and funny [ie. all of it]), '70s power ballads (he's always wished he had long rocker hair--Fleetwood Mac tribute band anyone?), his rescue dog Muki (picture a black fluff ball with an underbite and a crocked nose--what's cuter?!), and his theatre-loving husband (and rabbi), Andrew.