Nick Job is an actor, director and writer. He's worked with Tony, Emmy and Academy Award winners and nominees. In his early days in New York, he spent time in the downtown theater scene collaborating with luminaries like Liz Swados, Josh Fox and Lear deBessonet. He acted in plays at The Flea, off-Broadway at the Davenport, The Barrow Group, and participated in Broadway development workshops. His early training was at J. Michael Miller's The Actor's Center, and he's studied with many of the leading lights in actor training on both coasts: Larry Moss, Karl Bury, Deborah Hedwall.
As a filmmaker and writer, he's screened at the Manhattan Film Festival, Atlanta Independent Film Festival, Meraki Film Festival, New York Short Film Festival, and the Long Island International Film Expo. His first short film, Protect Us, won an Excellence In Short Film Award from The INDIEFest. He's written plays for Core Artists Ensemble (@ The Barrow Group) and the long-standing Sticky at the Bowery Poetry Club. His short film (writer) Lost and Found, directed by Tony nominee Kristin Hanggi, will screen at the Soho International Film Festival in New York this summer.
As an actor on TV, his credits include Billions, Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It, and NBC's Blindspot.