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 then graduated from the Dallas Comedy House training program. Now, in addition to performing with multiple groups, now teaches improv classes at DCH. In addition to his training at UCB and DCH, Nick has been coached by or taken workshops from instructors from iO Chicago, The Annoyance, The Second City, The PIT, The New Movement, and Four Day Weekend, HUGE Theater, Improv Boston, Coldtowne Theater, and more.
In addition to improv, Nick has co-written and performed in two sketch shows with the troupe Atlantic Pacific Billy: ‘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.
His stops on the festival circuit include the Chicago Improv Festival (Chicago), Dallas Comedy Festival (Dallas), Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin), The Del Close Marathon (NYC), Improv Festival Oklahoma (OKC), Hell Yes! Fest (Austin), and The Megaphone Marathons (Austin/NOLA). He believes khaki shorts can be worn regardless of weather or climate.
Currently he can be seen performing in Cupcake, Manick (the longest-running troupe at DCH), How We Met Each Other, and Atlantic Pacific Billy.