Nick Robinson is an actor of an American origin. Nicholas John Robinson, his birth name, was born on 22nd March 1995 in Seattle, Washington, US. He has four younger siblings and also two half-siblings. Nick’s acting career started at a very young age, 11, when he acted in the play ‘A Christmas Carol’ by
Charles Dickens. In 2008, the chance of acting in television and films walked to him through the Hollywood talent scout, Matt Casella, but unfortunately, he had to return to Washington from Los Angeles with his parents due to the Writers Guild of America strike which was in full-swing. After returning, he performed in many theatre plays in Seattle. In 2009, he grabbed the role in TV series ‘Mellissa and Joey’; he played the character of Ryder Scanlon.
He made his debut in films with the movie ‘Frenemies’ in 2012. His first movie in the lead role is ‘
The Kings of Summer’ (2013). He was later cast in ‘
Jurassic World’ (2015); he shared the screen with Ty Simpkins as his brother. The film (Jurassic World) was the second-highest grosser of the year. He also starred in the film ‘
The 5th Wave’ (2016) which was an adaption of the novel of the same name.