It is hard to believe that young Toby Nichols only started his acting training in 2012 when you take a look at his impressive resume. Toby has acted in numerous commercials, shorts, and television and then moved on to feature films.
He appeared uncredited in the made for TV movie "Christmas Angel" (2012) and then went on to an episode of the series "Project Z: History of the Zombie Apocalypse" in 2013 and that same year filmed the shorts "Shoe Tying 101," and "Shelter from the Storm PSA Foster Care Wisconsin." The same year he appeared in the hit series "American Horror Story" playing Hank at age 14 and uncredited in the feature "Homefront."
The year 2014 was a banner year for Toby with the features "Chasing Ghosts," "22 Jump Street" and the creepy "Dead Still" as Young Brandon. He also took the time to film the outstanding short "True Heroes" which got him nominated for "Best Actor" for his role and the video short "Doritos: Confidence." He also played Sisqo in the TV film "Duty" the same year.
He appeared in the series "Salem" and the feature "Trumbo" and performed voice work in "Ruby Strangelove Young Witch." He also plays T.R. Macon in the 2016 series "Underground." Toby also plays young Daniel Rand in the Netflix Original Series "Iron Fist" (2017).
Other feature film work includes "Desolation" (2017), in the film a mother takes her son and her best friend on a trip into a remote wilderness to scatter his father's ashes; they must confront their fears when a lone hiker begins following them.
He takes on the title role iRalphie the Movie which is in early production.
The youngest of 6 children he loves roller coasters and studies martial arts, plays soccer and is also on the archery team. He has fun riding his bike and when he is on set, you can find him between scenes reading.