Nick Holly

Biography: Nick Holly began his career working in physical production. He later trained at CAA, and then became a literary agent at Don Buchwald & Associates, where he eventually ran the literary department.

In 2004 Holly formed his management company, EPIPHANY Alliance, Inc., which represents literary and acting talent. Shortly thereafter, he formed a production partnership with Fred Goss. In the team's first year together, the two co-created, wrote and executive-produced a pilot presentation entitled "Endless Summer" for Fox TV Studios, a pilot for NBC entitled "The Weekend," and a pilot for ABC entitled "Sons & Daughters." The latter two projects were done in association with Broadway Video Television, Lorne Michaels' television production company. ABC ordered "Sons & Daughters" for the 2005-06 primetime schedule. Holly graduated from Rutgers University with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy; he also played varsity lacrosse. He grew up in the Finger Lakes region of
Nick Holly began his career working in physical production. He later trained at CAA, and then became a literary agent at Don Buchwald & Associates, where he eventually ran the literary department.

In 2004 Holly formed his management company, EPIPHANY Alliance, Inc., which represents literary and acting talent. Shortly thereafter, he formed a production partnership with Fred Goss. In the team's first year together, the two co-created, wrote and executive-produced a pilot presentation entitled "Endless Summer" for Fox TV Studios, a pilot for NBC entitled "The Weekend," and a pilot for ABC entitled "Sons & Daughters." The latter two projects were done in association with Broadway Video Television, Lorne Michaels' television production company. ABC ordered "Sons & Daughters" for the 2005-06 primetime schedule.
Holly graduated from Rutgers University with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy; he also played varsity lacrosse. He grew up in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York.
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Nick Holly's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 68
Highest Metascore: 68 Sons & Daughters: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 68 Sons & Daughters: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd What About Brian: Season 2 Oct 9, 2006 Creator tbd
68 Sons & Daughters: Season 1 Mar 7, 2006 Writer / Director 8.0