With wisdom beyond his years, Nicholas has worked constantly throughout his teens.
Recent projects include feature film Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan, directed by Kriv Stenders and starring Travis Fimmel; and box office hits IT and IT: Chapter Two, inspired by Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel.
He also filmed the lead role of Chris in US feature Endless, directed by Scott Speer and written by Rohit Kumar (13 Reasons Why).
Nicholas starred opposite Viggo Mortensen in Captain Fantastic. Directed by Matt Ross, it had outings at both the Sundance and Cannes film festivals and received a Nomination for Best Ensemble in a Feature Film at the SAG Awards.
Previous features include The Dark Tower, from director Nikolaj Arcel, and Strangerland, directed by Kim Farrant and starring Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving and Joseph Fiennes.
Nicholas first came to industry attention with the lead role in the short film Time for which he received a Best Male Actor Award at the 2013 Tropfest Short Film Festival.
Earlier credits include guest leads in Wanted and Mako Mermaids, and the short films Letter to Annabelle, Jack Rabbit, The Boy Who Stole the Belltower and Gifted.