16 year old multi-talented Actor/Singer/Songwriter, Nicholas Tetreault, grew up sharing the love of performing since the early age of four. With roots in Liberia, West Africa on his father’s side and a French-English heritage on his mother’s side, Nicholas is able to appeal to all types of fans. He's tall, dark, handsome, and extremely kind-hearted with an incredibly unique style all his own, creating a twist to the conventional genres of pop and rock.
The several years of theatrical training, Nicholas has received at several theatre companies including, Providence's famous Trinity Rep, led the way for his roles in productions of ‘A Christmas Carol’, and ‘The Music Man’. Nicholas has also done work in film and tv, landing the starring role in a commercial for the Department of Higher Education.
Tetreault is developing an expanding worldwide fan base that is like no other, and is destined to become an international household name. Countless artists representing diverse genres influence Nicholas. With inspiration from well-known entertainers, he has initiated the ferocious drive that is molding him into the performer he is and will become.
Determined to do something substantial for the people of the world, Nicholas is all about the charities, including Autism Speaks through TheOneLove.org, UNICEF, rockCANroll, and The American Cancer Society.
Nicholas has and is continuing to perform at various venues, charity events, fairs and festivals including Relay For Life, The Topsfield Fair and The National Cranberry Festival at Edaville USA Amusement Park. Nicholas is currently in the studio recording new music, and hopes eventually to put together a full-length album.
----Don’t forget to check out Nicholas Tetreault’s debut single “Superstars” (released 12/31/10), produced by Multi-Platinum producer, Brad Young, who has worked with *NSYNC, Mark Wahlberg (Marky Mark), and co-wrote/produced LFO’s number 1 selling song “Summer Girls”.
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