Being ever creative, Nick Cain finds his role within the arts and society an engaging and multi-faceted one.
Heralding from country Victoria, his strong performance background has found him co-leading an iconic Melbourne theatre restaurant cast and sweeping up theatrical awards for his work in other jaunts on stage, including ‘player with most potential’ in Totally Wasted at Ballarat One-Act Play Festival.
His diary has been booked over the last few years with regular guest spots on Channel Eleven’s Neighbours as ‘Alistair Hall’, ABC’s Utopia – Series 2 as ‘Terry’, Seven’s Home and Away as ‘Officer Thompson’ and Triple Zero Heroes as the troubled youngster, ‘Chris’.
His latest theatre production featured 5-star reviews for his work at ‘Laurence’ in Q44 Theatre Companies production of Shining City. While his latest foray into feature-length film as the co-lead ‘Dom Hardy’ in the harrowing drama
After The End is due for cinematic release early 2018.
Nick has built a solid reputation as a hard-working and truthful performer, as well as featuring in multiple national adverts for Hungry Jacks, ANZ, and MYOB, and honing his presentation skills for TV Pilot Who Said We Can’t?, The Australian Defense Force, IBM, Disney Australia and the inaugural Pause Festival. He has lent his voice to hosting a radio show for KISSFM Australia and hosting a popular podcast based on Australian storytellers called The Act of Storytelling.
Nick is a trusted creative producer to some of the countries most influential product brands with his role as a Freelance Creative Producer. He works with agencies such as Jack Morton Worldwide, Bunch, Precinct and Seamless Events alongside others to proudly deliver inspiration and exceptional film and event experiences to clients such as BP, CBA, Telstra, Commonwealth Games, Sydney University, Schweppes and CUB to name but a few.
Having training amongst Australia’s illustrious coaches, Nick travelled to Los Angeles in early 2012 to study personally with his acting gurus Ivana Chubbuck and Howard Fine, who are both renowned for their work with the top echelon of Hollywood’s talent. Nick continues his ongoing performance training at the highly regarded Q44 Acting Studio in Melbourne and Sydney Actors Collective in Sydney.
Nick is extremely passionate about continuing his work across a gamut of social and artistic arenas, and he continues to foster a strong relationship with his boutique acting management, Expression Arts Management, for further success into the future.
A little bit more about me can be found on my website at http://www.nickcain.net