|Date of Birth||10 July 1980 , Las Vegas, Nevada, USA|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
L.A. D.J. (2004) marks his debut as a director. The story revolves around two talented brothers who live in a smalltown trailer park, and have a dream of becoming world famous club D.J.s. They go to L.A. and try to break into the club scene, but wind up DJing bar-mitzvahs for their uncle.
Thomas also holds a love of music equal to his love of acting. He plays the guitar, sings and writes his own songs. He never stops exploring the music world. So dedicated, he learned the violin for his character "Todd" on Party of Five (1994). In 1998, his band "the T.I.N. men", released their first album "Something More" (which can be found on Amazon.com). Thomas currently has a solo album in the works.
His goal is to continue to entertain us on both the small and the big screen, in front of and behind the camera, and to make music he and the rest of us can enjoy.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Marla
That day of work was a revelation for Nicholas, who, despite the fact that he still had his baby teeth, was already feeling a sense of purpose in his life. After the film wrapped, he informed his mother that he wanted to be an actor and was given the name of an agent by the mother of Scott Grimes. Weeks later, after countless hours spent memorizing a lengthy monologue, he marched into the agent's office for his successful interview.
And that's how, within a year of his first acting role, Nicholas found himself on the set of Who's the Boss? (1984), playing a young Tony Danza.
Beginning at age 12, Nicholas embarked on a series of feature films that would shape his career to come, including the now-classic Rookie of the Year (1993), A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995) and recurring roles on hit TV shows like Party of Five (1994). However, the by-products of acting wouldn't be thrust upon him until he was booked at the age of 17 for the role of "Kevin Myers". The "American Pie" empire had begun. That film made him one of the most recognizable faces of his generation, the boy-next- door whom everyone loved and trusted - and who, as Tara Reid's on-screen boyfriend, became the envy of hormonally challenged teens.
The notoriety was all well and good - no one can complain about being successful in his or her chosen field. However, it wasn't his new high profile that excited Nicholas, it was the recognition from his peers. The ones who noticed that Thomas wasn't just reciting lines, he was exploring his character from the inside out. With the "American Pie" movies as a springboard, Nicholas was able to land other exciting roles, including the Roger Avary-directed The Rules of Attraction (2002), Halloween: Resurrection (2002) and Stealing Sinatra (2003), opposite everyone from Tyra Banks to William H. Macy. He also made his debut as a writer and director in L.A. D.J. (2004), during which he learned a new appreciation for everyone involved behind the camera in a feature film.
A lifelong musician as well, Nicholas released his debut solo album, "Without Warning", in January 2008. Co-written by rock legends Bruce Kulick (KISS), Chris Chaney (Jane's Addiction) and Dan Lavery (Tonic), the album is a radio-friendly collection of pop-rock tunes that toe the line between Switchfoot's melodic rock and John Mayer's pop-crooner sensibilities.
In the past two years alone, Thomas has worked on such hit TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy (2005) and Medium (2005) and upcoming films National Lampoon's Cattle Call (2006), Let the Game Begin (2010), Sherman's Way (2008), The Bridge to Nowhere (2009) and Life Is Hot in Cracktown (2009).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jeff Royer
|DJ Colette||(3 January 2007 - present) (1 child)|