Thomas Ian Nicholas began his career at the age of seven when he was cast to portray a young Tony Danza on Who’s the Boss? (1984). Since his debut, he has landed many guest and lead roles on television including a guest-starring story arc on the last season of Party of Five (1994) in 2000. He also starred in several family feature films, including Rookie of the Year (1993), A Kid in King Arthur’s Court (1995) and it’s sequel, A Kid in Aladdin’s Palace (1997). His most memorable role to date is portraying “Kevin Myers” in the smash hit trilogy of American Pie (1999), American Pie 2 (2001) and American Wedding (2003). In 2002, he co-starred in Les lois de l’attraction (2002), opposite James Van Der Beek and Clifton Collins Jr., directed by Roger Avary (Pulp Fiction (1994)) and Halloween: Resurrection (2002) opposite Busta Rhymes, Tyra Banks, Sean Patrick Thomas and Jamie Lee Curtis. In Showtime’s Stealing Sinatra (2003), he portrays Frank Sinatra Jr. co-starring with William H. Macy and David Arquette, directed by Ron Underwood. For the film, Thomas pre-recorded his vocals for the two songs he performs as Frank Jr. L.A. D.J. (2004) marks his debut as a director. The story revolves around two talented brothers who live in a smalltown trailer park, and have a dream of becoming world famous club D.J.s. They go to L.A. and try to break into the club scene, but wind up DJing bar-mitzvahs for their uncle. Thomas also holds a love of music equal to his love of acting. He plays the guitar, sings and writes his own songs. He never stops exploring the music world. So dedicated, he learned the violin for his character “Todd” on Party of Five (1994). In 1998, his band “the T.I.N. men”, released their first album “Something More” (which can be found on Amazon.com). Thomas currently has a solo album in the works. His goal is to continue to entertain us on both the small and the big screen, in front of and behind the camera, and to make music he and the rest of us can enjoy.
Animation, Action, Adventure