Fast rising tween, Niles Fitch, is a 12 year old Atlanta native who is following his passion for connecting with others through stage, print, commercials, television, film, and voiceover. He loves to model, sing, dance, act, and make you laugh!
At three years old, he signed with his first agency and began modeling. Since then, Niles has continuously booked print advertisements for Parisian, Macy's, The Children's Place, Nike and commercial advertisements for the Georgia Lottery, Macy's, Rooms to Go Kids, and others.
Niles relocated with his family to New York City in August, 2010. After beginning a series of auditions in November, 2010, the next stage was ready for Niles when he was cast as “Young Simba”. For 16 months, Niles performed the role of Young Simba in Disney’s The Lion King musical North American Tour and on Broadway. While on tour, he made his television debut in an episode of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne and won the Denver Post Ovation Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Touring Show. He currently portrays the role of Deuce, Ashanti's (Latasha Montclair) son, in the Lifetime TV drama Army Wives.
Niles wants to ultimately star in his own television show and he works diligently to make this dream a reality. Despite his rigorous schedule of piano, dance, acting, and vocal instruction, he maintains his gifted and talented academic ranking and is excited to be in 6th grade. In his spare time, he loves playing video games and basketball, drawing and sketching, visiting amusement parks, and enjoying his iPAD.
He represented by Innovative Artists and Ford Models.
Unique traits: Mustache shadow