Nick Blaemire was a rare multi-hyphenate success story, making a name for himself in theater, music, television, and film. Blaemire was born in Washington, DC, and grew up in nearby Bethesda, MD. From a young age he was enamored with the theater, an interest which culminated with his acceptance into the music program at the University of Michigan. After graduating in 2006, Blaemire moved to New York City, where he landed his first acting job as part of the touring company of the Broadway musical "Altar Boyz" (2007). Upon returning from the tour, he was cast as Whiffle in the musical adaptation of the John Waters juvenile delinquent classic, "Cry-Baby" (2008). That same year, Blaemire made his film debut in the dark comedy "Assassination of a High School President" (2008), while also penning the music, lyrics, and vocal arrangement for the musical "Glory Days" (2008.) In 2011, Blaemire landed in a bona fide Broadway classic when he was cast in a highly successful revival of "Godspell" (2011). While also taking a small role in Whit Stillman's campus comedy "Damsels in Distress" (2011), Blaemire also started becoming a mainstay on television, appearing on such high profile programs as "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (NBC, 2001-2007/USA Network, 2007-2011), "The Big C" (Showtime, 2010-2013), "The Good Wife" (CBS, 2009-2016), and "The Blacklist" (NBC, 2013-). Blaemire retreated to the other side of the camera for his next venture, a web series that he created and wrote about the post-collegiate blues, entitled "The Next Four Years" (YouTube, 2016-). In March of 2017, it was announced that a musical written by Blaemire, entitled "A Little More Alive" (2017), would be brought to screen as a feature film.