|Born||in Sacramento, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Nicholas Paul Bozzone|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Nick's deft sonic expertise, modern ideas and easy going studio demeanor resulted in him getting attached to numerous high-profile national ad campaigns including spots for; the Super Bowl, the Olympics, Monday Night Football, BMW, 7Up, Burger King, Toyota, and Taco Bell. TV shows and films he has done ADR for include "Blue Bloods", "Rookie Blue", and "Napoleon Dynamite".
Recently he recorded Harrison Ford's narration for the documentary, "The Age of Airplanes." Short films he has worked on include: "Harold's Bad Day" (Slamdance Short Film Festival), "David Hammerfist: Hammerfists of Fury" (Beverly Hills Shorts Festival), and "Iris" (Ridley Scott and Philips Cinema's Parallel Lines Competition). For his long form work, Nick was honored to be nominated by the Motion Picture Sound Editors (M.P.S.E.) for a Golden Reel award for the feature film, "Evidence." View more of Nick's long form credits at IMDB.
Nick's take on what types of jobs pique his interest: "My favorite projects are the ones where my clients and I are relaxed and focused on getting the best result while maintaining a fun vibe in the studio." When he's not sitting behind the board, he enjoys snowboarding, hiking, eating a good steak and swigging a good bourbon.
See updated work at www.Bozz1Sound.com
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Stir Post Audio