Nick Ullett

Nick Ullett came to America in the 60s as half of a comedy team. They played everywhere, did endless TV including six Ed Sullivan Shows, and had a ball. In the 70s he went into advertising and ended up as Creative Director of J. Walter Thompson in LA. He wrote his way back into show business and created the role of Gerald in the musical Me and My Girl. On TV he has run the gamut from Thornton Wilder's Infancy on PBS to Golden Girls, The Practice, Home Improvement, Big Bang Theory and Call Me Kat. He is happiest in the theatre appearing in over one hundred shows. His one-man show Dying is Easy. Comedy is Hard garnered rave reviews at the Matrix Theatre in LA. On film, you can see him in Smooch, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Hook and a new indie, Geezas. He has just published a novel that can be purchased on Amazon: The Unlikely Adventure of Blaggard and Bliss. He is married and has three children and five grandchildren. America, he feels, has been good to him.

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All’s Well that Ends Well

by Nick Ullett

Nick Ullett describes his (mis)adventures on the path towards adoption.

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