Nick was a producer for Living Position, a World Aids Day television special that was hosted by Lou Diamond Phillips.
In summer 2008, Nick put his West Hollywood home on the market for more than a million dollars.
Nick's former girlfriend Amanda Bynes claimed that she was the first girl to ever break up with Nick after the two dated for ten months.
In 2007, Nick and his girlfriend Kristin attended MTV's Australia Video Awards.
In 2007, Nick and his girlfriend Kristin Cavallari received tattoos with the others' initials on their wrists.
Before he went into acting, Nick actually intended to work behind the camera, directing projects.
Prelude Pictures gave Nick a development job in film and television soon after he graduated high school.
Three years in a row, Nick won the JVC-Universal short film competition.
Nick has appeared in the movies Fat Albert and Love Surreal.
While he was working selling shoes at a boutique, Nick was spotted by an MTV employee, and picked to host the show Movie House.
Nick's hobbies are painting and playing football.
Nick is the host of a new show on MTV called Why Can't I Be You? He is also a producer on the show.
In 2005, Nick appeared in the ABC Family movie, Everything You Want, alongside Shiri Appleby.
In high school, Nick was active in the drama and television departments.
Nick was raised by his great grandmother, grandmother, mother and two aunts.
Nick has a dog named Rocco.
Nick was an extra in the movie Austin Powers in Goldmember.
Nick's first booked job in Los Angeles was for a movie where they wanted a Japanese acrobat.
Nick is into comedies.
Nick once worked at Wild Rapids Water Park in Florida as a lifeguard.
Nick joined the cast of What I Like About You in its second season.
Nick is left-handed.
In June 2001, Nick moved from Orlando, Florida to Los Angeles.
Nick attended Wellington High School in Florida.
Nick is 6' 1".
Nick is a former shoe salesman at Kenneth Cole. He also worked as an underwear model before becoming an actor.
Nick: My favorite way to chill is on the couch, with my feet on the coffee table, playing video games.
Nick: My best MTV moment was when I saw a trailer at the Movie Awards with my name on it. It said Kirsten Dunst, Carson Daly, and then my name.
Nick: My aspirations were different than what my family expected for me, but I was just thinking outside the box.
Nick: Everyday is an embarrassing moment, but when I was interviewing Willem Dafoe, I kept calling him 'William.' I just had to set down the microphone and say, 'Dude, this is my first day.' It was pretty funny.
Nick: Before becoming an actor, I started to get call-backs, and I became that guy who almost always got the job.
Nick: I enjoyed everything about high school. It was the best four years of my life.