But it was his role as Andy, the gay yuppie on MTV’s Undressed. The first, Scenes of the Crime, premiered at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival.
It starred Jeff Bridges, Jon Abrahams, and Noah Wyle. The second film was an independent project titled Spun, starring Mena Suvari, Mickey Rourke, Brittany Murphy, and John Leguizamo. Gonzalez’s most well-known role also came his way in 2000, when he landed the lead in Showtime’s original series, Resurrection Blvd., which premiered June 26, 2000.
Nicholas Gonzalez was born on January 3, 1976 in San Antonio, Texas, USA as Nicholas Edward Gonzalez.
He is an actor and producer, known for Resurrection Blvd.
Gonzalez was born in San Antonio, Texas, where he was a student at Central Catholic High School.
He became an accomplished cross-country and track runner, winning the Texas State Championship in the mile and two mile.
After graduating in 1994 and turning down a presidential appointment to West Point, Nicholas pursued an English degree at Stanford University in California.
His interest and love of literature, history, and poetry led him to two terms at Oxford University in England.
The following summer, he returned to Europe on a research grant where he studied with scholars at Oxford and Trinity College, Dublin to complete his thesis on James Joyce’s Ulysses.
While finishing his Bachelor of Arts in English in 1998, Nicholas was approached to do a one-man theatre piece called Gas by María Irene Fornés.
Alma Martinez, an actress and Stanford professor, encouraged him to become a professional actor.