Nic Testoni

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Nicolas Testoni
Born (1972-01-27) 27 January 1972 (age 45)
Wollongong, Australia

Nicolas John Testoni (born 1972 in Wollongong, Australia) is a Sydney-based actor and television presenter most notable for his Logie Award winning role of Travis Nash on Home and Away from 1995 to 1999. Upon finishing school in 1989, he took up an offer from a modeling agency and worked in Europe and Japan. Nic began his television career in 1992 co-hosting Network Ten’s youth music show Level 23. In 1993 he was one of the principal cast in the television comedy Over The Hill. In 1996 Nic hosted Sydney Children’s Hospital Telethon alongside Julia Morris, and Space Probe 7 with Melissa George for Seven Network. He was also a guest presenter and producer on ABC’s Recovery. In 1997 Nic was chosen as ambassador for the NSW Epilepsy Association. In 2000, he had a guest role in the Canadian science fiction / fantasy television series BeastMaster. Nic wrote and produced the documentary film Mr Patterns depicting the life of Geoff Bardon, which screened on ABC in 2005. Nic received the Melbourne Airport Award for Emerging Australian Filmmaker at the 2004 Melbourne International Film Festival.

In 2016 it was announced he had his own Film Business and the dad of two daughters


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