Nick Uhas Back to Main
BORN: March 30
BIRTHPLACE: Columbus, Ohio
HEIGHT: 5'11"
ON WHOSAY SINCE: Sep 22, 2013
HOMETOWN: Hilliard, Ohio
CURRENT LOCATION: New York City

5 Things You Didn't Know About Me

  • I travelled around the world in 79 days
  • I broke my tailbone rollerblading in San Diego
  • Star Wars... love Star Wars
  • I always need help buying new clothes : )
  • I placed 4th in the state as a Div 1 wrestler in Ohio

BIOGRAPHY

Nick Uhas started his career in media at the age of 17 when he became a professional stunt rollerblader for Team Rollerblade USA. While competitively skating Nick attended college and focused his studies on acting for film at Yale University along with TV production at The Ohio State University. The combination of skating for camera, collegiate training, and working as an extreme sports Emcee landed Nick his first on camera TV position as a correspondent for WWHOTV the CW. Shortly after working for the CW Nick began hosting a stunt rollerblading focused pilot entitled “Going For Pro” for the TV station WCIU, in Chicago, IL. Nick left Chicago working as a host for “The Making of College Musical The Movie”, a feature film directed by YouTube mogul Kurt Schneider, and staring cast member Allison Williams of the HBO series Girls. Nick left the set of College Musical in New Haven, CT to work production at College Humor in New York City. Shortly after his work with Barry Dillard’s IAC, Nick began working as a host for EAsylum, a red carpet and press junket focused TV/Web show. Working with EAsylum has exposed Nick to many elite actors such as Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds, and Andy Serkis. EAsylum also lead Nick to Wellington, New Zealand where he toured Weta Digital Studio, and covered a press junket for Rise of the Planet of the Apes. In the digital space Nick most recently filmed a pilot for Battery Pops “Chew On That”, a kids focused webshow from former Nickelodeon producer, Greg Alkalay. Most recently Nick was a House Guest on CBS’s Reality TV show Big Brother 15 and is hosting a web-based press focused show entitled “You Know YouTube”.