Well, hello there. I’m Nate.
I’m from the thriving metropolis of Springfield, Virginia. Have you heard of it? You haven’t. That’s ok. Most people haven’t. Now, after calling New York home for a good while. I moved out West because of Horace Greeley. I live in the good times Los Feliz section of Los Angeles. But enough prologue… a little about myself.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
I started professionally acting in Washington, D.C. I formed a theatre company(XYZ Theatre Company) with some pals from college(James Madison University) and we all moved to New York City.
I started writing songs and playing out in the mean streets of New York that summer. I had written songs before that, but I’m here to tell you they were crappy. You don’t want to hear those. Listen to the new ones. You’ll thank me.
Later, I began performing comedy at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in the house improv teams of Arsenal, gigawatt, and Kill Your Darlings as well as many sketch shows. Currently, I am on the house sketch team 27 Kidneys. I also perform in an indie team called Dogbasket.
I’ve been seen on tv on MTV, Comedy Central, the PBS min-series, Windy Acres, and Kenny Mayne’s the Mayne Event and Sunday Countdown on ESPN. I’m also Ken Schenk on In The Know for the Onion News Network and the voice of the cow “Captain Beefheart” for the series of cartoon shorts, Farminals. Maybe you enjoy commercials more than the actual programs–in which case, I’ll mention I’ve been in several national commercials for Dockers, d-Con, K-mart, Nextel, and Cheerios to name a few. Oh and I wore exploding pants for one too. I’m versatile.
Right now, I’m currently writing a one man show about the wonders of internet dating.
Okay, you’ve found out your precious information about me—now go check out the rest of the site. And contact me if you wanna hire me for something fun!