Nick's introduction into the entertainment industry was providing celebrity and character voices for numerous radio stations in the San Francico Bay Area. Where he worked with Shock Jock Perry Stone and sidekick, Trish Bell at KSJO, where he showcased his talents performing such "celebrity interviews" as Mike Tyson, Pee Wee Herman and Jack Nicholson to name just a few. Nick has also worked with numerous morning shows across the United States, providing celebrity interviews and voices for such air-talents such as "Mancow" Muller at KSOL,as well as Mark S. Allen(Mark at the Movies on Reelz)and his partner Ebro Dunbar(VP Emmis Communications) at KSFM.
Nick's acting debut was as a Bellboy in Malpaso Productions, "The Rookie", which starred, and was directed by Oscar Award Winning Director Clint Eastwood and Co-Starred former 2 and Half Men star, Charlie Sheen.
Nick moved to the Sacramento area in 1991, where he met writer/director Joe Carnahan while auditioning for Carnahan's movie "Split". Fenske went on to work with Joe on countless other projects including "Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane", "Smokin Aces" and had been cast in "White Jazz", prior to George Clooney pulling out of the project.
In 2000 Nick provided the voice of Sammy Sosa for MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch in "Deathbowl 2000", which pitted MLB Sluggers Sammy Sosa vs. Mark McGwire.
Nick gave his most chilling performance to date as Mass Murder Terrence Lee Horton in "In the Eyes of a Killer" which starred both Costas and Louis Mandylor and which was directed by Louis and produced by Ambra Productions and Krakatau Films.
I have been in the industry since 1990.