Nick Martinez

In 2007, Nick moved in with random actor/waiter roommates in a tiny house just below the 101 in North Hollywood, California. Before much time had passed they took him to see an hourlong, two-woman improv show in Hollywood, blowing his mind and making him question everything he thought he knew about the world.

The thought of getting onstage scared the bejesus out of him, so by 2008 he was taking classes at iO West and performing with his first improv troupe, I Hate Arthur. In 2014, after a 6-year hiatus, he rejoined the improv world as a student at Washington Improv Theater, later performing throughout 2016 with WIT Harold team Wallawoo.
Nick is currently a member of Improv Actually and performs regularly with his indie teams: Bottom Shelf, Conversion Therapy, Latinx States of America, and Reina. He also produces a monthly improv show called Improv Pop-Up!
He is slowly turning his home into a greenhouse so that he is forced to move out and travel the world full-time as a photographer and documentarian.
Photo by Jeff Salmore
Current Ensembles
Personal motto
Let's take a picture!
Favorite Food
Tacos from Corpus Christi, Texas. Mexico could learn something.