Nick is of Italian descent.
Nick played football while in high school.
Nick attended the University of Maine, and majored in marketing.
Nick sold frozen steaks and seafood door-to-door before he pursued his comedy career.
Nick released the album Born This Way in 1999.
Nick was twice nominated for an Emmy in both 2000 and 2001, for his writing on The Chris Rock Show.
Nick served as a consultant for Chris Rock at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
Nick was Maxim's Stand-Up Spotlight in June of 2005.
Nick wrote material for The 77th Annual Academy Awards.
Nick formally hosted a radio show on Free-FM in New York until the station flipped formats on May 24th, 2007.
Nick is a frequent guest on The Howard Stern Show.
Nick appeared at the 2007 Just for Laughs Festival.
Nick's favorite movie is Midnight Cowboy.
[On the 2002 Academy Awards]
Nick DiPaolo: The last time I saw that many black people with gold in their hands, they were running out of the front doors of Zales during the L.A. Riots.
[On dealing with hecklers]
Nick DiPaolo: I had this one guy who seemed to think I was just like Andrew Dice Clay, and he asked me how it felt to share his DNA. I said, "It's a hell of a lot better than swallowing it like you do." Game, set, match! He never uttered another world.
[On medical experiments with animals]
Nick DiPaolo: If hooking a car battery up to a monkey's brain will help find the cure for AIDS and save somebody's life, I have two thinks to say: The red is positive and the black is negative.
Nick DiPaolo: Denis Leary has made more bombs in the last 5 years than Hamas.
Nick DiPaolo: I don't want to say the buying power of the ruble is weak, but Kathie Lee Gifford just opened her third sweatshop in Moscow.