Nic Robuck

Nic Robuck

Nic Robuck is an American actor born on August 1, 1985 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is well-known for playing Shane in the 2012 movie Dark Desires.He started the journey in the entertainment industry since 2008, contributing to his acting accolades for over a decade.

Nic began taping episodes for 4 year contract on “One Life to Live” playing the role of James Ford in April 2010. Robuck starred in many movies and tv shows including iCarly (2008), My Date (2009), The Young and the Restless (2008-10), Ringer (2012), Megachurch Murder (2015), Youthful Daze (2015), Norm of the North (2016), and many others.

He is married to Tyler Robuck and they celebrate their anniversary on June 23. They are currently based in LA.

Name Nic Robuck
Birthday August 1, 1985
Age 35
Gender Male
Height 1.85 m
Nationality American
Profession Actor
Net Worth $13 Million
Husband Tyler Robuck
Education University of Southern California School of Theatre
Twitter Nic Robuck

10 Fun Facts About Nic Robuck

1. Robuck was the TV Guide Canada’s pick for the “Best Male Newcomer” of daytime 2010.

2. Nic stands 1.85 m or 6 feet 1 inches tall.

3. He is a graduate Cum Laude from the University of Southern California School of Theatre and garnered a degree in Acting in 2009.

4. His net worth is estimated to be around  $13 Million.

5. He is cousin of actor Robert Rusler who appeared in movies such as Vamp, Thrashin’, Murder in the First and Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

6. Robuck is family friends with Thad Luckinbill an American actor and producer who is known for Just Married, The Young and the Restless

and his wife Amelia Heinle,an American actress who is best known for her roles in American soap operas.

7. He was 8,820 followers on Twitter and his bio is Business Owner/ Sometimes Actor / Student of Life & Spirituality.

8. Nic sadly does not have an Instagram account.

9. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Robuck is an American by nationality and is of mixed ethnicity.

10. Nic Robuck is mostly known for One Life to Live (1968), Major Crimes (2012), CSI: Miami (2010) and Dark Desire (2012).

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