Nick Robinson Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Images, And More

Nick Robinson Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Images, And More

Nicholas John Robinson (born March 22, 1995) is an actor from the United States. He first appeared as a child in a 2008 stage production of A Christmas Carol and Mame, and then in the television sitcom Melissa & Joey (2010–2015). He went on to play a supporting role in Jurassic World (2015) and lead roles in several teen dramas, including The Kings of Summer (2013), The 5th Wave (2016), Everything, Everything (2017), and Love, Simon (2017). (2018). Since then, he has appeared in the miniseries A Teacher (2020) and Maid (2021).

Robinson was named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" list in the category of Hollywood & Entertainment in 2018.

Robinson was born in Seattle, Washington, on March 22, 1995. He has four younger brothers and sisters. Denise Podnar is his mother's name. Robinson began his education at Seattle Preparatory School, but left in the middle of his freshman year to pursue a regular role on Melissa & Joey. In 2013, he graduated from Campbell Hall School. He was accepted to the College of Arts and Sciences at New York University, where he spent the summer working on another season of Melissa & Joey.


At the age of eleven, Robinson made his professional acting debut in a stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol. Talent scout Matt Casella recommended Robinson to a few agencies, and he eventually signed with the Savage Agency in Los Angeles. Due to the Writers Guild of America strike in 2007-2008, Robinson's family relocated to Washington, where he continued to perform on stage in and around Seattle.

Robinson was cast in the role of Ryder Scanlon, the nephew of Melissa Joan Hart's character, on the ABC Family sitcom Melissa & Joey in 2010, and remained in the role until the show's cancellation in 2015.

While on leave from Melissa & Joey, Robinson began filming for the Disney Channel original film Frenemies, in which he played Jake Logan. Frenemies premiered on the Disney Channel in January 2012.

Robinson was cast as Joe Toy in director Jordan Vogt-Roberts' 2012 film The Kings of Summer. He also appeared in the episode "Blue Bell Boy" from HBO's Boardwalk Empire's third season. He also began appearing in a series of Cox Communications television commercials titled "Buffer Time is Bonding Time."

Robinson was well-known for his role as Zach Mitchell in Jurassic World in 2015. In January 2016, he portrayed Ben Parish in the film adaptation of the novel The 5th Wave, which was released. Because of these commitments, he was unavailable for several episodes of Melissa & Joey's final season, but he returned for the final three.

He starred in Being Charlie, a semi-autobiographical film about director Rob Reiner's relationship with his son that premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival and was released theatrically in 2016.

In 2017, he starred in William H. Macy's comedy-drama film Krystal, as well as as Olly in Everything, Everything, a film adaptation of the same name.

Robinson starred as the titular Simon Spier in the 2018 gay teen drama film Love, Simon. The film was groundbreaking because it was the first major studio film to centre on a gay, adolescent romance. Robinson's performance as Simon was praised by critics. Robinson revealed after reading the script that he broke his own rule of not playing high schoolers because he recognised the film's cultural significance. He co-starred in the third film adaptation of Richard Wright's Native Son in 2019.

Robinson co-starred in the FX miniseries A Teacher in 2020, and he narrated his DM responses to the protagonist of Love, Victor, a Love, Simon spinoff TV series on Hulu, in which he also appeared in two episodes. He appeared in the Netflix miniseries Maid in 2021, alongside Margaret Qualley and Andie MacDowell. The series was critically acclaimed, and Robinson's performance was lauded.



2012FrenemiesJake Logan
2013The Kings of SummerJoe Toy
2015Jurassic WorldZach Mitchell
Being CharlieCharlie Mills
2016The 5th WaveBen Parish
2017Kong: Skull IslandBar guest #2Cameo
Everything, EverythingOlly Bright
KrystalTaylor Ogburn
2018Love, SimonSimon Spier
2019Native SonJan Erlone
Strange but TruePhillip Chase
2020Shadow in the CloudStu Beckell
2021Silk RoadRoss Ulbricht
2023DamselPrince HenryPost-production


2010–2015Melissa & JoeyRyder ScanlonMain role
2012Boardwalk EmpireRowland SmithEpisode: "Blue Bell Boy"
2020–2021Love, VictorSimon SpierSpecial guest star and producer (seasons 1–2)[25][26]
2020A TeacherEric WalkerMain role; miniseries
2021MaidSeanMain role; miniseries
2023History of the World, Part IIRobert Todd LincolnEpisode: "I"

Video games

2015Lego Jurassic WorldZach Mitchell
Lego DimensionsZach Mitchell


2007To Kill a MockingbirdJem FinchIntiman Playhouse
2007–2008A Christmas CarolEnsembleACT Theatre
2008MamePatrick Dennis5th Avenue Theatre
2009A Thousand ClownsNick BurnsIntiman Playhouse
2010Lost in YonkersArty KurnitzVillage Theatre
2019To Kill a MockingbirdJem FinchShubert Theatre

Awards and nominations

2013Phoenix Film Critics Society AwardsBest Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role – MaleThe Kings of SummerNominated
2015Young Entertainer AwardsBest Leading Young Actor – Feature FilmJurassic WorldNominated
2017Teen Choice AwardsChoice Drama Movie ActorEverything, EverythingNominated
2018MTV Movie & TV AwardsBest Kiss (shared with Keiynan Lonsdale)Love, SimonWon
Human Rights CampaignAlly for Equality AwardLove, SimonWon
Maui Film FestivalRising Star AwardLove, SimonWon
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Breakout Movie StarLove, SimonWon
Choice Movie Ship (shared with Keiynan Lonsdale)Love, SimonNominated
Los Angeles Online Film Critics SocietyBest ActorLove, SimonNominated
People's Choice AwardsThe Male Movie Star of 2018Love, SimonNominated
The Comedy Movie Star of 2018Love, SimonNominated
2019Satellite AwardsBest Actor in Motion Picture, Comedy or MusicalLove, SimonNominated
2021International Online Cinema AwardsBest Actor in a Limited Series or TV SeriesA TeacherNominated
Pena de PrataBest Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Anthology Series or TV SpecialMaidNominated
2022Gold Derby TV AwardsBest Limited/Movie Supporting ActorMaidPending
International Online Cinema AwardsSupporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV MovieMaidPending

Nick Robinson Biography

Real NameNicholas John Robinson
Birth Date22 March 1995
Age (as of 2022)27 Years
Birth PlaceSeattle, Washington, United States
Sun signAries

Physical Statistics

Heightin feet inches – 6’ 2” – in Centimeters – 188 cm
Weightin Kilograms – 82 kg  –  in Pounds –  181 lbs
Chest Size40 inches
Waist Size34 inches
Biceps Size14 inches
Shoe Size12 (U.S.)
Hair ColorLight Brown
Eye ColorHazel
Body TypeSlim


FatherMichael Robinson
MotherDenise Podnar


Campbell Hall School
CollegeNew York University

Relationship Status

Marital StatusIn Relationship
Is he a Gay?No
Who is his girlfriend?Samantha Urbani


  • Robinson was named in the Forbes”30 Under 30” category of Hollywood and Entertainment.
  • He begin his career with the sitcom Melissa & Joey in which he played the role of Ryder Scanlon and continued to play the role until it came to its cancellation in 2015.
  • Because of his role in “Love, Simon” people want to know if he is gay or not which is the reason why he is searched the most if he a gay or not.
  • However, he made it clear in the Allen DeGeneres show that he is straight and likes to have a partner of the opposite gender.

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