Breakout actor Nick Fink can be seen as a series regular on the brand new MTV series “Sweet/Vicious.” Already gaining positive steam in the press, with Hypable urging viewers to “start paying attention,” Nick’s portrayal of a passionate and artistic protagonist ‘Tyler’ is sure to win viewers. An even bigger winner is the true Nick, outside of his work; that’s what draws the attention of fans both old and new. With his winning smile, his ability to make even the surliest of people burst out in laughter or tears, or the voice that can soothe your soul with a smooth baritone, his list of skill sets go on and on. Nick, who is accomplished in multiple forms of the creative arts, has balanced his career on television with independent films and holds a passion for music with an early start in theater.

Hailing from the small town of Fargo, North Dakota, Nick first immersed himself in the performing arts with theater in junior high school, producing home movies and participating in school plays and summer conservatory productions.  He attributes his success and mastery of his craft to the self-motivation instilled in him through family support and his down to earth Midwest upbringing.

At the age of 19, Nick made his way to Los Angeles and spent several years perfecting his craft. He was a regular cast member on the Disney Online series “Explored” and is a favorite on “Funny Or Die.”  Winner of Boy Search, Funny or Die’s reality singing competition to form a new boy band called The New Average, he is highlighted in their hit single “Hey! (The Last Night Ever)" on Vevo.

The immensely popular Fox series “Glee” was Nick’s first big break in television followed by roles in “The Mentalist” and “Justified.” Most recently he can be seen as a series regular in the AwesomenessTV production of the social media thriller “T@gged,” with season two due out in 2017.

Nick can be seen in the independent films “Loserville” and “Trace.” He is awaiting the wide release (2017) of his independent film drama “The Great & The Small” with Ann Dowd (“St. Vincent”) and Melanie Lynskey (“Togetherness”), which garnered film festival acclaim earlier this year. “The Great & The Small” revolves around Nick’s character ‘Scott,’ who, is living on the streets and trying to find his way back into society while on probation for petty crimes. He attempts to navigate his relationship with his two bit criminal of a boss (Ritchie Coster) and an enigmatic detective while at the same time winning back the heart of his ex-girlfriend, a working single mom.

Serious preparation goes into every acting role as he immerses himself into the character.  Motivated by his roles as a visual artist in “Sweet/Vicious” and “The Great & The Small” and surprising even himself, Nick discovered that he had a knack for visual arts, photography, painting, and drawing. And a nerd at heart, he enjoys playing video games, plays a mean game of hacky sack. and can even solve a Rubix cube in under one minute.  One thing is for sure, the name Nick Fink and the phrase“ Creative Talents” are synonymous. Nick Fink can currently be seen as a recurring character on Freeform’s The Fosters.