Having been the target of mockery, bullying and abuse as a child, Nick began hitting the gym hard in college to develop an "...armor against the elements in the outside world that didn't want to be so kind to him because he was gay" and also at the advice of his college professors in order for his "...look to match [his] acting and singing skills."
As his inner confidence and outer physique transformed, so did his life and the roles he was being offered. Nick originated/starred as the role of Adam/Felicia in the Bette Midler-produced Broadway production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. As his career has taken off, Nick has used it as an opportunity to lend his name and voice to organizations such as Live Out Loud, one of New York's up-and-coming LGBT organizations.
His work on and off the New York stage champions younger generations to be true to who they are and become comfortable in their own skin no matter outside influences. By sharing his story and his courage to live his life openly and fully, Nick is an inspiration to others undergoing similar challenges and continues to encourage a safe space for individuality and tolerance to grow and develop.
Nick's film credits include: Sex and the City 2, An Englishman in New York, As the World Turns, Guiding Light, Dancing with the Stars, Rosie Live, The Kennedy Center Honors and The Tony Awards. Concerts have included Birdland in New York, Erie Philharmonic, Boston Pops and Cincinnati Pops.