Nick Charles Currie is a Los Angeles-based working teen actor/performer.
First appearing on camera as a baby in a car commercial his father was directing, Nick Charles Currie has been on sets and stages throughout his life. He attends the Orange County School of the Arts in Santa Ana, CA, and also continues to study acting and improv at South Coast Repertory's Youth Conservatory.
He made his professional stage debut as Tiny Tim in South Coast Repertory's annual production of A Christmas Carol, in addition to regular regional theater performances in Orange County. Over the years, he has appeared in commercials for advertisers like Velveeta, RoTel, US Cellular, and more. Recently he played the fashion design-obsessed son on the Kid Farm segments on TBS's The Pete Holmes Show and its online spinoff episodes. He previously appeared as the endangered child with "Girten Perkle Syndrome" in John Leguizamo's ABC pilot Kings of Van Nuys, and as the questioning kid in the Subway-sponsored web series Do Whatever.
Nick Charles is a third-generation performer. His grandfather was a television pioneer, hosting daily shows all the way back in 1948 from New York and Los Angeles in the 1950s (and radio before that). His father has directed scores of commercials in addition to producing and hosting television and radio shows, so Nick Charles is as comfortable on a set as he is in front of a video game console (or a golf course–he competes on the junior development league of the Southern California PGA).