Nick Skardarasy is an actor, comedian, and writer living in Los Angeles, CA.
He has a BFA in Theatre & Performance from The University of Michigan. He has also trained with The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Grotowski Theatre Lab co-founder Rena Mireka, Robert D'Avanzo, Sharon Chatten, The Royal Shakespeare Company, and every level of improv at UCB.
During the pandemic, he released his debut stand-up comedy special 'Thin Walls - An evening with my neighbors' which was named one of the 100 best things in comedy in 2020 by the Comedy Bureau and later became a Ted Talk on 'How create a comedy special in a pandemic'.
As a writer, Nick has written digital sketches that have appeared on the front pages of The A.V. Club, CollegeHumor, and Funny or Die. He also worked as a writer's assistant for 'Eric Andre at the RNC' & 'Eric Andre near the DNC'. His pilot, Oh God, received an 8 from the Blacklist which is awarded to less than 3% of scripts on the site.
Nick recently starred in the short film 'Holding' which screened at Cinequest and The Santa Barbara Film Festival and is available on YouTube where it has amassed over 2 million views.
You can currently catch him in the remake of A League of Their Own on Amazon Prime.