About Nick

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Nick Atkinson is an Australian actor, singer, songwriter, writer & producer based in LA. He played the role of debonaire host Maximilian Martel at The McKittrick Hotel from its inception in 2011 until August 2018. Nick emcee'd many of the fantastic events & performed in the legendary 'immersive defining off-Broadway show for almost 8 years. 

 

Sleep No More won the 2011 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience & was awarded a special citation at the 2011 Obie Awards. Nick appeared in the 2014 US Open promotional TV spots as Maximilian, alongside the legendary duo - Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett. The vibrant commercial series was nominated for an Emmy.

 

Nick has featured in immersive online projects through Little Cinema The Alientest Angel Of Darkness event won 3 awards for the 2020 BizBash Event Style Awards. Other events include the launch of TNT's Snowpiercer, & for director Patty Jenkins 'I Am The Night.' he also hosted a live streamed event for the launch of Jack Ryan Season  2. He appeared with Loic Mabanza in the pilot for  Myles Raven playing an underworld drug lord. In NY he played Shamrayev in The Seagull at The East River Amphitheater. In Australia he appeared on Big Sky, Breakers & as Summer Bay 'bad boy' Rod Sutton on Home & Away, in Rebel Penfold Russell’s Willful & also in Let’s Get Skase starring Alex Dimitriadis.

 

As a producer his work has been critically acclaimed. The brilliant short film 116 by Julia Campanelli has had huge success on the short film circuit, both domestically & abroad. 

Nick's production company Breakfield Entertainment, specializes in films & plays focussing on the LGBTQ experience. Nick's first play, Where Do You Plan To Spend Eternity?  Was an Official Selection for the 2019 LGBTQ Short & Sweet West Hollywood Festival.The play is based on Nick's personal experience at LA Pride parade in 2019.

 He is also excited to be collaborating on new projects with the Actors Theatre Of New York. Nick is a graduate of The West Australian Academy Of Performing Arts. 

2010 - present
2010 - present