St. Louis native, Nick Nichols, started doing comedy during his college career at Missouri S&T. He started off writing and performing YouTube sketches and then ventured into improvisational comedy. He is one of the original cast members of Stop Making Sense Improv. A few months later, he did his first stand up routine at the school's talent show and hasn't looked back since. During college, he opened for comedians: Bo Burnham, Taylor Tomlinson, Ryan Conner and Arvin Mitchell. Nick moved to the Kansas City area after graduation and is currently one of the house emcees at Stanford's Comedy Club and the Kansas City Improv. Nick has shared the stage with national comedians such as: Jimmy "JJ" Walker, Jimmy O Yang, Steven Michael Quezada, Michael Colyar, Bo Dacious and Jeff Dye. Nick is a member of local improv group Disappointing Birthday party and winner of the Kansas City Improv's 2017 clash of the comics!