Nicholas Feitel is a writer/actor/director hailing out of New York City all of his life. All in all, he's a very interesting guy. He was a pseudo-reality star, an arts critic for Gay City News, a filmmaker and a comedian, which he enjoys currently. A play that he (minorly) contributed to, Annie Baker's "The Flick", won the Pulitzer for Drama in 2014.
He currently recurs as "Nick Jr." on HBO's DIVORCE, created by Sharon Horgan, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church. Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts and more.
He has been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Colbert Report, The Chris Gethard Show, Bethenny Ever After, IFC and Comedy Central's online comedy channels as well as many commercials, including as one half of the Expedia "Interns" campaign directed by cool-man Tom Scharpling.
He was recently the co-artistic director of the Treehouse Theater in Midtown, which programmed a lot of cool comedy and weird shit.
He is looking forward to making his feature film debut in "Fits and Starts" this year, starring Wyatt Cenac, Greta Lee, Maria Dizzia and Alex Karpovsky, directed by cool-lady Laura Terruso.
He likes walking, a lot.