Nick Jaramillo

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Nick is a native Texan who has been improvising since 2008. Beginning in New York, he studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade and Magnet theaters under such greats as Amy Poehler, Zach Woods, Russ Armstrong, Jordan Klepper, Peter McNerney, Will Hines, and Curtis Gwinn. He has also taken workshops with Susan Messing, Christina Gausas, and Ian Roberts. He should probably mention that his incredible parents, Tommy and Karen, have taught him quite a bit too.

Since moving to Pittsburgh, Nick regularly performs in duos Seramillo (w/ Erica Sera) and Colossus (w/ Jethro Nolen). He is also a regular on monthly shows The Playlist and The Arcade Hootenanny. In addition, he has performed at the Del Close Marathon, Chicago Improv Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, District Improv Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Hartford Improv Festival and Pittsburgh Comedy Festival.

Nick has coached house teams and indie teams in New York and Pittsburgh and has taught workshops at the New Movement Theater in Austin and The Clinton School for Writers and Artists in NYC.

Working by day as a graphic designer, he has designed the books “How to be the Greatest Improviser on Earth” and “Improv Nonsense: All the Posts” both by Will Hines, not to mention more improv show posters than you can count.

In his spare time, he daydreams of owning a chihuahua named Michelangelo, traveling the world with his amazing wife and daughters, Erica, Elouise, & Frankie; and eating Tex-Mex for every meal.

Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre

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Magnet Theater

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Arcade Comedy Theater

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