Meet the (New) Moderator – Nick!

We here at Couch Potatoes Unite! just keep right on expanding, for the love of all things TV!  You have already heard several voices, old and continually new, on our podcasts! Well, some of those voices have expressed desire to expand beyond their roles as panelists. As a result, from time to time, some of the voices will grab hold of the reins of moderating our panel-based podcast episodes.

Another of our regular podcast panelists, rivaling only Kristen in the number of panels he participates in, stepped up to be one of the rotating moderators in our American Horror Story series, and his first effort will be published tomorrow.  For now, read all about him (his info is already accessible on the About page, reachable by the little square box in the upper left of the header).


Nick lives in Grand Rapids but is originally from Chicago. When he isn’t doing podcasts, he can be found working in the education department at the John Ball Zoo or performing with No Outlet Improv Troupe (NOIT), of which he is a founding member (for reference, see our Top 5 Live featuring NOIT!). Nick likes classic sitcoms, such as M*A*S*H, Cheers, and Seinfeld.  In addition to the American Horror Story series, Nick can also be heard on the panels for Doctor Who, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The X-Files series, Broadchurch, Supernatural, Orange is the New Black, Futurama and the Marvel’s Defenders series (including Daredevil and Jessica Jones). He is married to fellow CPU! panelist Sarah, with whom he has two sons, junior podcasters Jack and Eli!



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