"Still round the corner there may wait, A new road or a secret gate."
Thomas Nash Tetterton
Greetings! I'm a short, red-headed actor with a distinctly recognizable mustache. I was previously based in the Washington, DC area, and now can be found haunting the backwoods of Raleigh, NC. I am a graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory where I received my BFA in Acting.
In my spare time I enjoy the works of Tolkien, coffee, hiking, petting any and every dog that I can, dad jokes/puns, and singing. This is the paragraph designed to impress you with my multifaceted interests. I'm passionate about Shakespeare, but I love new and experimental theatre as well.
Drop me a line, if you're so inclined!
The Life of Galileo @ Burning Coal Theater
Nash was cast as Ludovico Marsili in Burning Coal Theater's final production of their 2021-2022 season. He is excited to explore his first professionally produced Brecht play. The piece will be performed outdoors in Dorthea Dix Park in Downtown Raleigh, NC. This will be Nash's first full length production with Burning Coal.
April 7-24, 2022
Sophie & Jyothi Feature Film
Nash was cast in an NYU Graduate Thesis film written and directed by Prashanth Kamalakanthan. The film entered post production in the spring of 2020. Viewing opportunities postponed due to covid-19.
Have a Nice Life (2021)
Despite the global pandemic having been raging for nearly a year, the Maryland Film Festival proudly premiered the film formerly known as Sophie & Jyothi in the spring of 2021. Check out the film's website for opportunities to view it in your own area.
KidsWrite Festival 2019
Nash performed as part of the ensemble of Burning Coal Theater Company's 16th annual KidsWrite Festival in Raleigh, NC. They rehearsed and performed six plays written by local middle and high schoolers in Wake County, North Carolina.
May 24-25, 2019
Silent Sky @ Burning Coal Theater
Nash is thrilled to begin rehearsals for the final production of Burning Coal Theater's 2019-2020 season, Silent Sky. He will be portraying Peter Shaw alongside a cast of 4 phenomenal women and under the direction of Rebecca Holderness. The play rehearsed for almost two weeks in late February 2020 before being shelved due to covid-19.
The Game Master Short Film
Nash finished filming for Riddle Me This Productions' short "The Game Master" in March 2019. He played racist Senator Wyatt Hoffman who may or may not be an art thief. The film went on to win 4 Awards, Best Comedy, Audience Choice, Best Editing and Best Production Design at the 2019 Mason Film Festival. You can catch a glimpse of the film in Nash's film reel.