Nick Hose is an Australian radio presenter, theatre critic, blogger, and producer. He has held pivotal positions in film, TV, and radio in the USA and Australia. You can check out his vapid daily musings here.
Nick was a Contributing Producer at WNYC Radio New York on The Leonard Lopate Show. In this role he has produced many feature interviews with high-profile authors, artists, scientists, politicians and celebrities. Highlight interviews include comedy legend Joan Rivers, film-director and self-confessed ‘Pope of Trash’ John Waters, exonerated Death Row inmate and member of the West Memphis Three Damien Echols, comedian Kevin Pollak, celebrated artist Jeff Koons, and Oscar winner Bob Balaban, to name a few.
He is best known as the voice behind Stitched Up, on Top 40 radio show The Noise. Nick entertained Australians as the funny and irreverent fashion guy who put a ban on fashion faux pas. The show aired weekly right across Australia on the Grant Broadcasters Network. For the same network Nick worked as a weekday music announcer on CHR format station Hot 100 and their sister station Mix 1049.
Nick has also worked as a producer on Australian Commercial Radio Award winning news and current affairs program 360 with Pete Davies. The program featured many high profile guests including the Australian Prime Minister.
In 2012 Nick completed a Graduate Diploma in Radio Broadcasting at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), with a distinction average. Prior to AFTRS Nick spent three years working in Sydney’s gallery world at The Australian Center for Photography where his hybrid talent for partying, mingling and talking art was put to good use.
He also did the obligatory stint as a Sydney actor starring in three Tropfest Films and for a short time made a living out of being a professional extra. If you look closely (very closely) at some Australian feature films you might see him drinking in a pub, walking a Greyhound or even working at the local video store. He also starred as Byron in one Japanese feature film called Academy. He is not big in Japan. You can order it online.
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