Native to Dallas, Nick Scott graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Radio-Television-Film. In 2009 he began his improv training at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles, CA. After moving back to Dallas, Nick enrolled in and graduated from the Dallas Comedy House improv training program. Now, in addition to performing with multiple groups, he teaches improv and sketch classes at DCH. Additionally, Nick has been coached by or taken workshops from instructors from all over the US.
Nick directed the first ever DCH student sketch review ‘Great! Expectations’ and the DCH sketch student sketch revues ‘Sixth Floored,’ 'Pandora's Toy Box,' and 'Papa Complex.' He has co-written and performed in three sketch shows: ‘Various Artists’ inspired by the mixtapes we give each other, ‘Hired Gun’ a workplace comedy sketch show inspired by Top Gun, and ‘Good Morning Apocalypse’ a sketch show centered around the end of the Mayan calendar.
With Noa Gavin, he is the co-author of the novel ‘Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory’, available in ebook and paperback here: http://bit.ly/1MGje9F and in audio format here: http://adbl.co/2pXruY4
Nick currently performs with Manick (the longest-running troupe at DCH), Cupcake, STAN, The Cult and The Improvised Horror Movie.