Nicolas Curcio was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He received his B.A. in English from UCLA in 2013, where he worked as an A&E journalist for The Daily Bruin and was a co-writer of “Killing Animals,” a student produced feature film starring Zachary Gordon (Diary of a Wimpy Kid), Joey King (The Conjuring), and James Franco. In 2015, Nic was accepted into USC’s MFA Film/TV Production program, where his original script “Beth Hooper and the Super Awesome Dance Battle that Saved the World!” was selected and funded 50k in USC’s first ever collaboration with PEPSI. Nic’s other writing credits include AOL’s Emmy Nominated Web Series, “Making a Scene,” and “Splash Mountain,” a feature film, based on a novel by James Franco. Nic has interned for production companies such as Good Universe, QC Entertainment, and just finished his USC MFA thesis film "Skinny Ghost." His feature script "The Adventures of Rat Girl" was a 2018 Nicholl's Semifinalist.