We want to let everyone know that Comic Con Radio remains committed through this unprecedented situation. We will keep on entertaining you, our beloved listeners around the globe. No matter what! Galaxy recently had the pleasure of chatting with Nico Tortorella and they had a blast. Nico stars in the ‘World Beyond’ set to premiere on AMC on April 12, 2020. It is the third series within The Walking Dead franchise. Tortorella will play Felix, an honorable man of his word who isn’t afraid to fight for others’ safety and acceptance. The new series will focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse as we know it. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever, grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad. Tortorella is a native of Wilmette, Illinois, and a graduate of New Trier High School. Tortorella is of Italian descent. In May 2009, The CW ordered a 13-episode first season of the drama series The Beautiful Life: TBL. The series centered on a group of models sharing a residence in New York City and Tortorella portrayed the role of an upcoming underwear model Cole Shepard. In June 2009, Tortorella was announced to star in the ABC Family teen drama television series Make It or Break It. Where they took the role of Razor, an aspiring singer. Tortorella temporarily left the series to pursue work on The Beautiful Life and after the series’ cancellation returned in a recurring role. In August 2010, Tortorella made a special guest appearance in the episode “If Only…” which was marked as their final appearance on the series. That year, Tortorella also had a small role in the Joel Schumacher film Twelve. In June 2010, Tortorella was announced to star in the horror film Scream 4 the fourth installment of the Scream film series. Tortorella portrayed Trevor Sheldon, a Woodsboro teenager whose life is in danger when peers from their school begin to be killed off one by one. Tortorella next appeared on the Fox serial killer drama The Following. The show was created by Kevin Williamson, who also wrote Scream 4. In 2014, Tortorella was cast as Josh, Sutton Foster’s character Liza’s younger lover in the TV Land comedy-drama Younger created by Darren Star. Their first leading film role was in the 2015 independent film Hunter&Game in which they played hard-partying electronic musician Carson Lowe, which they described as a “role I was meant to play”. The film premiered at the LA Indie Film Fest in October 2014, where it won Best Feature and Best Director of a Feature Awards. The film had its East Coast premiere at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival in May 2015, where it won the Best Feature award.