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Nick Ullett has done everything from The Ed Sullivan Show and improvisational theatre in LA, to Joe Orton’s Loot and creating the role of Gerald in the musical Me and My Girl on Broadway. On TV he has run the gamut from Thornton Wilder’s Infancy on PBS to The Big Bang Theory, Yes, Dear, The Practice and Home Improvement among others. Recent theatre appearances include: Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest at the Gulfshore Playhouse, Bakersfield Mist at the Fountain Theatre, Saturn Returns and Noises Off at SCR, NY premiere of Tooth and Claw at EST (of which he is a member), School For Scandal at the Mark Taper Forum, Zhivago, The Musical at La Jolla, End Game and The Tempest at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. His one-man show Dying Is Easy. Comedy Is Hard garnered rave reviews at the Matrix Theatre. On film you can see him in Smooch, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Hook and the new indie Geezas.