Nathan started his acting career at the tender age of five on the stage of a popular California University with the Metropolitan Educational Theatre Group. He attributes his love of acting to his first director, Mr. Alex Urban. A strict, no-nonsense director who his students addressed as "Sir", Nate learned how to act along with the politics of being a performer.
He has performed as a Principal in: "Seussical", "Bye, Bye Birdie", "The Music Man", "Peter Pan", "Annie", "The Sound of Music", "The Secret Garden", and even dual roles in "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat".
While maintaining his love for the stage, Nathan can be seen acting in both comedies and dramas in television and film.
His television characters include such diverse roles as a masochistic physically handicapped bully in the FX pilot,
"The Mikes"; an annoying genius in his recurring role for "Six Feet Under"; an autistic child in "Strong Medicine"; an abused child in "Without A Trace"; as well as the youngest, most sane member of an oddball family in Mike White's pilot, "Cracking Up". His film credits include his role in the award-winning independent shot, "The Youth in Us"; as well as the unique and funny independent short, "Street of Pain", starring Steve Carell. Nathan also contributes his acting skills and time in student films at The American Film Institute.