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National Theater Conservatory


"Life is about the journey. About the time, and the method in which you go from point a to point b. It is never about getting there first, or with the most money, or the most notoriety. It is not about the “things” that we generally associate with success, it is the integrity at which we get there, the faith that gives us the strength for our journey.

What you see here in these pages are just moments of my journey. Who knows if there will ever be a new page or a new project to discuss? All I know is that I am thankful for the time I have known in front of the camera and the moments in my life that make the colors of my palette, and I give thanks, in advance, for the moments of my life ahead." - Nick Stabile


Nick is a Colorado native who has been working in LA since 1995. He's a graduate Of the National Theatre Conservatory where he earned his MFA in Acting and has his BFA from Colorado State IJniversity.

Nick's television credits include series regular roles on Sunset Beach for Aaron Spelling, Neurotic Tendencies, directed and produced by Kelsey Grammer, and the television novella Saints and Sinners. He has also recurred on Half and Half, Popular, Undressed, Passions and Days of Our Lives. He guest starred on shows like CSI Miami, Saving Grace, Without A Trace, Dawson's Creek, Step by Step, and City Lights to name a few.

Nick's favorite television experience is still his portrayal of Dennis Wilson in the ABC mini-series Beach Boys: An American Family. There is only one thing better than being a rockstar, that is pretending to be one with Story Line Entertainment for three months and driving a 63' Ferrari.

Nick can be seen in the cult film classic Bride of Chucky with Jennifer Tilly and Katherine Heigl, Telling of the Shoes, Descendant and Sheltered.

After 15 years Nick decided to go back to the boards and portray Uncle Peck in Paula Vogal's, How I Learned to Drive and followed that with Captain Taylor in A Soldiers Play by Charles Fuller, both of which won a Pulitzer Prize. Nick played "Bobby" in The Trip Back Down, which he also produced. His most recent stage production was God Of Carnage with A Martinez. (More info on his Theater page)

Nick has recently returned to television, playing Nikolas Cassadine on General Hospital (ABC).

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