Acting is not about being someone different. It's finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.
~ Meryl Streep
Nathan Wright has been involved in many local short films and theatre plays. His debut lead role in the QLD comedy feature film 'Pipe Dream' can be seen hitting the DVD shelves around the world with distribution already secured in Germany and others soon to come.
He has been studying Meisner at Playhouse West L.A since February 2018 and is a graduate of The Actors Workshop’s Advanced Diploma of Film, Television and Theatre Acting course (Stella Adler based); the Actors Centre Australia's one year acting course; and before that he left home at 16 to complete his HSC at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts.
Receiving two Best Supporting Actor nominations for his role in Edward Albee's 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf', Nathan has also worked on award winning short films like 'Photo Booth' (a Tropfest 3rd place winner) and internationally screened shorts like '1848' (Selected Cannes Short Film Festival and Geneva International Film Festival).
Currently living the stereotype of actor/waiter in L.A, Nathan has been exploring L.A life after winning the green card lottery and moving there in 2017. He loves movies, video games, and even teaches ballroom dance on the side!