NICHOLAS MILLS was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Nicholas traded the Houston heat for the sweeter, drier heat of East Texas where he graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a BFA in Acting, and studied European Theater Performance and Devising abroad at Rose Bruford College (London) and the Estonian Academy of Music and Drama (Tallinn). Nicholas has been acting in front of the camera since he was sixteen and has done work in indie films, commercials, industrials, and has worked as a voice-over talent. He was recently seen on stage in David Adimi’s Marie Antoinette as the role of King Louis XVI and was nominated for a B. Iden Payne Award for Best Supporting Actor. He continues to follow his passion of acting when time allows, and is very excited to venture into writing and directing. His writing credits include ’25 and Married’, a web series based on the first years of marriage (co-written and produced with his wife, Brittany Djie), and ‘Condition of Being’ a sci-fi short. His directing credits (theater) include The Yellow Boat, The Gas Heart, Little Shop of Horrors, Grease, Sf. All My Sons, Peter and the Starcatcher, The Wizard of Oz, and Sf. The Chopin Playoffs. In his time off, Nick likes to go bike riding, play bagpipes, camp, and watch as his wife tries to walk their cat.