Nicolas Greco is an actor and writer from Southern New Jersey. He graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, New Brunswick, with a BFA in Acting. He has also studied at the Globe Theatre in London, England, under Olivier Award-winning director, Mike Alfreds.
Nicolas’ television credits include History Channel’s The Food That Built America and Empires of Excess, NTD’s A Good Cop, CuriosityStream’s The History of Hollywood and Titans: The Rise of Wall Street, Investigation Discovery’s Homicide City and MTV’s Punk’d.
He can be seen in the films Don Q (*w/Armand Assante), Who Killed Pushkin?, Park Sharks, Murt Ramirez Wants to Kick My Ass and The Formulation of Rectangles.
As a Voice Over Artist, he has been featured in the films A Tooth Fairy Tale (*w/Fran Drescher, Jon Lovitz), The Guardians of Time, the animated series’ Akedo (YouTube) and Invincible (Amazon Prime). He can be heard in commercials for Miller High Life, Nathan’s Famous, Cascade Feed and Dark Horse Brewery. He has recorded roles for the video games Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, Rise of Kingdoms, Fat Frankie’s Food Truck and Warpath.
Some of Nicolas’ performance credits include Stiff at the Barrow Group Theatre, Men and Women Talking Love and Sex at the Davenport Theatre, Blood Wedding at the Barrow Group Theatre, Love/Sick at 59E59, Twelfth Night at the Globe Theatre, and Elizabeth Swados’ Kaspar Hauser at the Flea Theatre.
As a writer, his play, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Marrying a Big-Breasted American Woman, had its’ first reading in New York, starring Anupam Kher (Silver Linings Playbook, The Big Sick, New Amsterdam) and Dierdre Friel (Physical, New Amsterdam, Second Act). It was a semi-finalist for the Garry Marshall New Works Festival in Los Angeles and was a semi-finalist for NYTW’s Summer Residency of 2020.
When not acting or writing, Nicolas spends his time running, kick boxing, singing, cleaning the bathroom, trying to figure out how to bake the perfect loaf of bread, helping his amazing wife, Megan Lappin, raise their amazing daughter, Hayden Blaise Greco…but he spends most of his time just admitting that his wife does 90% of all the work.