Nick Druzbanski has been an actor in Chicago since graduating from The Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in 2013. Most recently he played Lonny in Drury Lane's production of Rock of Ages. He was also nominated for a 2017 Jeff Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Barry in Refuge Theater Project's Best Musical winning production of High Fidelity. Other notable Chicago credits include: Violet at Griffin Theater, Seminar at Spartan Theater, Thrones! The Musical Parody and The Apollo, Our Class at Remy Bumppo, and Henry VIII at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Nick is also involved in several other projects that he is extremely proud of. He is a founder and member of the award winning a cappella quartet "No Big Deal". They have performed all across the Midwest, most recently singing the National Anthem at a Detroit Tigers game. He is also the co-host and creator of the podcast "Nick and Caitlyn's Talent Show." It is a weekly show where he and his best friend interview a different Chicago-based artist to examine what it takes on a day-to-day basis to become a successful artist.