Nico Tortorella

Nico Tortorella

BornJuly 30, 1988
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Nico Tortorella is an American actor who was born on July 30, 1988. Nico Tortorella's recent filmography includes the movies Menendez: Blood Brothers (2017) and Odd Thomas (2014). The Talk and Younger account for some of Nico Tortorella's recent TV credits. Nico Tortorella's Instagram account (@nicotortorella) has a significant following with about 490,000 followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 20,000 likes each.

Nico Tortorella Movies

TitleCreditYear
Menendez: Blood Brothers
Menendez: Blood Brothers
  • Actor
2017
Odd Thomas
Odd Thomas
  • Officer Simon Varner
2014
Scream 4
Scream 4
  • Trevor Sheldon
2011
Trespass
Trespass
  • Jake
2011
Twelve
Twelve
  • Tobias
2010
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As of 2018, Nico Tortorella has appeared in about 5 movies. Some of the most recent Nico Tortorella movies include Menendez: Blood Brothers, Odd Thomas, and Scream 4. Menendez: Blood Brothers was released in 2017. Odd Thomas, released in 2014, featured Nico Tortorella as Officer Simon Varner. Scream 4, released in 2011, featured Nico Tortorella as Trevor Sheldon.

Nico Tortorella TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
The Talk
The Talk
  • Guest
  • 2016
Younger
Younger
  • Josh
  • 2016
  • 2015
The Following
The Following
  • Will Wilson Jacob
  • 2014
  • 2013
Make It or Break It
Make It or Break It
  • Razor
  • 2010
  • 2009
The Beautiful Life
The Beautiful Life
  • Kai Cole Shepherd
  • 2009
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As of 2018, Nico Tortorella has appeared on about 4 TV shows. Some of the most recent Nico Tortorella TV appearances include The Talk, Younger, and The Following. In 2016, Nico Tortorella was a guest on The Talk. Younger featured him as Josh also in 2016 and The Following featured him as Will Wilson Jacob in 2014.

Nico Tortorella Instagram

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▲ll of it is you. niconiconico. not this. not that. beyond definition. the love bomb. ♂♀⚦ ⚧ ⚥ ⚲ ⚤ ⚣ ⚢ ⚥⚥ ☿ ⚨⚩ ▼
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okayyyyyyyyyyyyy people let’s talk about last night. first of all - @glamourmag and @sammybarrynews what you did last night for the women of the year awards was unprecedented. it was truly an incredible intersectional celebration of the rise of feminine spirit. from politicians, to survivors, to celebrities, to activists, to the real people. from every generation. we showed up. women of all identities and expressions. age, size, race, religion, nationality. cis, trans, and even this non binary artist felt included, represented. from the bottom of my heart, thank you. for myself. and for demanding gratitude for all the amazing people in my own life. 
i want to mention something pretty specific that i witnessed last night and it has to do with tears. crying. it was an emotional night to say the least and i left somewhat challenged and in question of the ways we collectively handle our vulnerability. the majority of people that started to lament in one way or another on stage attempted to hold back. “pretend i’m not crying” “don’t post this” “i promised myself i wouldn’t do this” 
as i wept 15 rows back, empathically i couldn’t help but absorb and release even more. why is it that we feel so strongly about not showing our sorrow? our grief? especially in times of celebration? tears are the bodies medicine. an experience and memory driven elixir concocted always at the most necessary time. to heal. to cleanse. to baptize. WE SHOULD ALL BE CRYING TORRENTIALLY RIGHT NOW. women, men, and everyone in between. if you are not, unpack. what parts of ourselves do we really think we’re protecting? and for whom? 
vulnerability is power in this political and social climate. truth is glamour. demanded.

this look would not have been possible without the incomparable @hiyanii on makeup and @sho_konishi on garb. i did my hair my self and this is itttttt.

i love you all. #glamourwoty #allofitisyouNico Tortorella Instagram: okayyyyyyyyyyyyy people let’s talk about last night. first of all - @glamourmag and @sammybarrynews what you did last night for the women of the year awards was unprecedented. it was truly an incredible intersectional celebration of the rise of feminine spirit. from politicians, to survivors, to celebrities, to activists, to the real people. from every generation. we showed up. women of all identities and expressions. age, size, race, religion, nationality. cis, trans, and even this non binary artist felt included, represented. from the bottom of my heart, thank you. for myself. and for demanding gratitude for all the amazing people in my own life. i want to mention something pretty specific that i witnessed last night and it has to do with tears. crying. it was an emotional night to say the least and i left somewhat challenged and in question of the ways we collectively handle our vulnerability. the majority of people that started to lament in one way or another on stage attempted to hold back. “pretend i’m not crying” “don’t post this” “i promised myself i wouldn’t do this” as i wept 15 rows back, empathically i couldn’t help but absorb and release even more. why is it that we feel so strongly about not showing our sorrow? our grief? especially in times of celebration? tears are the bodies medicine. an experience and memory driven elixir concocted always at the most necessary time. to heal. to cleanse. to baptize. WE SHOULD ALL BE CRYING TORRENTIALLY RIGHT NOW. women, men, and everyone in between. if you are not, unpack. what parts of ourselves do we really think we’re protecting? and for whom? vulnerability is power in this political and social climate. truth is glamour. demanded. this look would not have been possible without the incomparable @hiyanii on makeup and @sho_konishi on garb. i did my hair my self and this is itttttt. i love you all. #glamourwoty #allofitisyou
My first thought when asked to participate in any public female driven event is always this. Why me? I am not a traditional “woman.” I mean my queer friends and I use she/her pronouns as terms of endearment, but I don’t think that’s the same. I find myself spiraling – thinking and feeling the depths of my own gender and queer identity – thinking about what it would feel like to be someone who looks like me up there talking to someone who looks like them. 
To be surrounded by these graceful powerhouse women from all walks of life at this years @glamourmag women of the year summit, I am reminded that I too am welcome. I realize pretty quickly how important it is for someone who looks like me, with my non-binary identity, to occupy and leverage predominantly cis female bodied spaces. 
We need to find a way of addressing the discrimination faced by women without upholding the gender binary and all of its schemes like dividing the world into only ever two, and making us feel as if femininity and masculinity have to be distinct and opposing. 
I am feminine. I am masculine. You are feminine. You are masculine. All to varying degrees. The critical balance of the two has been philosophized since the beginning of time. 
Queer rights, and trans rights, are inherently women’s rights. MASCULINE AND FEMININE RIGHTS. 
The more we feed into the binary the more divided we become. The sooner we all band together. Women, men, and everyone in between to not fight this issue but correct the imbalance, the sooner we will have some love based social order in this world. 
@indyamoore what you have done for humanity in such a short amount of time is nothing short of extraordinary. Your voice and spirit are changing lives and I look up to you in more ways than you will ever know.  @ashleygraham @__mutantalia__ @dopequeenpheebs thank you all for the work that you do for yourselves first, creativity, empowerment, and for the people who witness. It is working. Thank you for having me @glamourmag, love y’all. #glamourwoty @astridpixels @sho_konishi looks #allofitisyouNico Tortorella Instagram: My first thought when asked to participate in any public female driven event is always this. Why me? I am not a traditional “woman.” I mean my queer friends and I use she/her pronouns as terms of endearment, but I don’t think that’s the same. I find myself spiraling – thinking and feeling the depths of my own gender and queer identity – thinking about what it would feel like to be someone who looks like me up there talking to someone who looks like them. To be surrounded by these graceful powerhouse women from all walks of life at this years @glamourmag women of the year summit, I am reminded that I too am welcome. I realize pretty quickly how important it is for someone who looks like me, with my non-binary identity, to occupy and leverage predominantly cis female bodied spaces. We need to find a way of addressing the discrimination faced by women without upholding the gender binary and all of its schemes like dividing the world into only ever two, and making us feel as if femininity and masculinity have to be distinct and opposing. I am feminine. I am masculine. You are feminine. You are masculine. All to varying degrees. The critical balance of the two has been philosophized since the beginning of time. Queer rights, and trans rights, are inherently women’s rights. MASCULINE AND FEMININE RIGHTS. The more we feed into the binary the more divided we become. The sooner we all band together. Women, men, and everyone in between to not fight this issue but correct the imbalance, the sooner we will have some love based social order in this world. @indyamoore what you have done for humanity in such a short amount of time is nothing short of extraordinary. Your voice and spirit are changing lives and I look up to you in more ways than you will ever know. @ashleygraham @__mutantalia__ @dopequeenpheebs thank you all for the work that you do for yourselves first, creativity, empowerment, and for the people who witness. It is working. Thank you for having me @glamourmag, love y’all. #glamourwoty @astridpixels @sho_konishi looks #allofitisyou
sound check before the @glamourmag women of the year panel with @__mutantalia__Nico Tortorella Instagram: sound check before the @glamourmag women of the year panel with @__mutantalia__
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