Nick Gligor is an actor, writer and comedian originally from Western Pennsylvania.
You can see and/or hear him in many video shorts from The Jackal Group's AOK, Fox ADHD and Funny Or Die, in the web series-es Talents (executive produced by John Sayles) and Jesus House, commercials and in various strange corners of the internet. As one-third of the comedy trio Local Business, he helped set the web ablaze with the viral sensation KREEZUS, the Kanye West Christmas parody album that has garnered over 1.2 million plays on Soundcloud and was featured by MTV, Billboard, Slate, EW and many others. He co-created the web series Drama Teens, which is currently in development at Fusion's Wit.TV. Every Monday, you can listen to Nick co-host the popular podcast You Should Love Wrestling on Boardwalk Audio and iTunes, featured by The A.V. Club, mentioned on UPROXX and endorsed by Impact Wrestling's Aron Rex (formerly WWE's Damien Sandow).
Nick performs live and writes regularly around Los Angeles, primarily at The Pack Theater where he currently acts as host (and timelord) Dr. Timefuck in Speedface, the insane variety show that gives every act 100 seconds each to entertain both the audience and his time prisoner known as Speedface. Nick was also a member of iO West Main Stage sketch team Jet Jaguar, a player for It’s Past My Bedtime with Topher Harless and a performer/writer for indie sketch group Dumbshit Mountain, whose videos were featured by Tosh.0, Yahoo, Cracked and others. Nick has performed at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Nerdist, Comedy Central Stage, The Hollywood Improv, The Second City Hollywood, and many more, as well as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. He currently resides in the San Fernando Valley (by choice) and watches a lot of pro wrestling.