Nick Zano is an American actor best known for his role as Vince in the television sitcom What I Like About You, from 2003-2006.
Born in Nutley, New Jersey, Zano's passion for the movies began when he first watched Goodfellas at the age of 12. He had long dreamed of becoming a Navy Seal, but all that changed in one afternoon at the cinema.
Shortly after that, Zano and his family moved south to West Palm Beach, Florida, where he finished his high school education.
Throughout his high school years he was active in both the drama and TV production departments. In his junior year, Zano and his closest friends produced a weekly television program at Wellington High School.
Shortly after high school, he was offered a position with Prelude Pictures in Television and Feature Film Development. During that time he also acted as Associate Producer on the World AIDS Day TV special, Living Positive, hosted by Lou Diamond Phillips.
In June 2001, Zano made the move to LA where he began the daily grind of auditioning. While he was selling shoes in a trendy Los Angeles boutique a customer, unbeknownst to Zano, went back to her office and told her supervisors she'd just met a man who would be a wonderful on-air personality.
The mystery woman was an employee at MTV, which led to Zano landed as hosting job of MTV's Movie House.
In 2003, Zano landed the role of Vince on the WB Network sitcom What I Like About You. After the series ended in 2006, he went on hosted and executive produced his MTV reality show Why Can't I Be You?.
In addition to his work on television, Zano has also appeared in the films Fat Albert, College, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead, and The Final Destination.