Thomas Ian Nicholas

Highest Rated: 61% American Pie (1999)
Lowest Rated: 0% InSight (2011)
Birthday: Jul 10, 1980
Birthplace: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
After achieving fame as a child star in the early '90s, Thomas Ian Nicholas graduated to (slightly) more adult subjects in the raunchy teen hit American Pie (1999). During his Los Angeles childhood, Nicholas' mother worked in casting, providing her son with an early entry into the business. The dark-haired boy first appeared on camera at age eight, playing Tony Danza's younger self in an episode of the 1980s sitcom Who's the Boss?. Nicholas moved to films in 1992, in the fantasy-drama Radio Flyer. Nicholas earned his first feature starring role as the miraculously endowed young pitcher in the lighthearted, child-oriented crowd-pleaser Rookie of the Year (1993). Continuing his de facto magical mystery tour, Nicholas starred as a contemporary teen transported to mythic Camelot in A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995) and its sequel A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997). Shedding his kid persona, Nicholas formed his own rock band T.I.N. Men, releasing its first album in 1997. By 1999, Nicholas revealed that he was definitively over the age of consent (if not out of teen films) in American Pie. As a high-school senior aiming to lose his virginity with girlfriend Tara Reid, Nicholas' Kevin may have been in a better position to do the deed by graduation than buddy Jason Biggs, but his performance anxiety became another source of ribald humor. Nicholas followed his American Pie success with a guest-starring stint on TV drama Party of Five's final season and the inevitable American Pie sequel. Continuing the trend of appearing in teen pics, Nicholas would next turn up in such films as Halloween: Resurrection and The Rules of Attraction (both 2002) before appearing as a young incarnation of Old Blue Eyes in Stealing Sinatra (also 2002). Nicholas kept a lower-profile in the next decade, appearing in films like The Chicago 8 (playing Abbie Hoffman) and Walt Before Mickey (playing Disney himself). He also had a recurring role on the short-lived series Red Band Society.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Sheep & Wolves (Volki I Ovtsy: Be-ye-ye-zumnoye Prevrashcheniye) Toshchiy 2018
14% Living Among Us Noah Producer 2018
No Score Yet Nightmare Shark Actor 2018
No Score Yet The Lost Tree Noah Producer 2017
No Score Yet Trailer Park Shark Rob 2017
17% Walt Before Mickey Actor 2015
43% 10 Cent Pistol H-Wood 2015
No Score Yet The Chicago 8 Actor 2012
No Score Yet Delivering The Goods Steve 2012
45% American Reunion Kevin $55.4M 2012
0% InSight Stephen Geiger $17.5K 2011
0% Fading Of The Cries Michael Producer 2011
No Score Yet Let the Game Begin Actor 2010
No Score Yet The Bridge to Nowhere Eddie Stanton 2009
50% Life Is Hot in Cracktown Chad Wesley 2009
33% Sherman's Way Tom the Intern 2009
No Score Yet Cattle Call (National Lampoon's Cattle Call) Richie Rey 2006
No Score Yet Cut Off Pauly 2006
No Score Yet Guy in Row Five Actor 2005
No Score Yet L.A. D.J. Director Screenwriter Thombo 2004
54% American Wedding Kevin Myers $104.4M 2003
No Score Yet Stealing Sinatra Frank Sinatra Jr. 2003
43% The Rules of Attraction Mitchell Allen $6.5M 2002
52% American Pie 2 Kevin $144.1M 2001
No Score Yet Cutaway Rip 2000
No Score Yet Judge & Jury Alex Silvano 1999
61% American Pie Kevin 1999
No Score Yet A Kid in Aladdin's Palace Actor 1998
5% A Kid in King Arthur's Court Calvin 1995
35% Rookie of the Year Henry Rowengartner 1993
No Score Yet When No One Would Listen Boy #1 1992
No Score Yet The Fear Inside Sean 1992


No Score Yet Hell's Kitchen
  • 2016
59% Red Band Society
Nick Nick Hutchison
  • 2015
  • 2014
80% Grey's Anatomy
Jeremiah Tate
  • 2005
No Score Yet Medium
Greg Watt
  • 2005
No Score Yet Party of Five
  • 2000
No Score Yet Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
  • 1993
No Score Yet Married...With Children
  • 1989