Nick Nahwegahbow

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Nick Nahwegahbow is an actor, singer and guitarist born and raised in the Ottawa area by parents of Mohawk and Ojibwe decent. A Guelph University Theatre Studies graduate (2007-2011), he was the first First Nations actor to perform on the University’s George Luscombe stage in the production of Daniel David Moses’ The Indian Medicine Shows directed by Ric Knowles in 2007. Upon graduating Nick became actively involved in the Ottawa community theatre scene, performing with the Ottawa Little Theatre, Youth Infringement festival and the NAC’s production of KING LEAR directed by Peter Hinton in 2012. Nick is currently enrolled in the Acting program at the National Theatre School of Canada and has had the tremendous opportunity of performing in school’s 2015 productions of Carol Churchill’s Love & Information directed by Alisa Palmer and William Shakespeare’s Richard III directed by David Latham.

Name:Nick Nahwegahbow
Location:Ottawa
Category:Artists
Latitude:45.422070
Longitude:-76.019554