Nate hails from Boston, and joined "The Daily Show" news team in 2005 (he left in 2006) with a communications degree from Colby-Sawyer College, where he cut his teeth as a fake reporter covering compelling events like spring weekend and women's soccer. He has been living in NYC, occasionally working as an actor. His background is rooted in the theater, having trained at the Williamstown Theater Festival and most recently spending eleven months on the road, starring in the Broadway touring production of "The Graduate." He has appeared on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "Guiding Light" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," and has been featured in numerous commercial campaigns for such companies as Verizon, Coors, X-Box, Dunkin Donuts and NYCremembers.org. Nate also appeared in a pilot for NBC entitled "My 11:30."
Nate lives in Brooklyn.