Nate Torrence is an American actor best known for his television roles as Dylan Killington on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006-2007) and as Roman Cohen on Mr. Sunshine, in 2011.
After his freshman year at Kent State University, Torrence moved to Chicago and began studying at Second City. He started performing with an improv/sketch troupe, only to find that he was too young to legally enter the majority of improv clubs in the city.
He moved back to Ohio and founded his own theatre troupe, which toured local coffee houses and theatres. When a Second City Theater opened in Cleveland, Torrence continued to train. A few years later, he made the big move to Los Angeles.
As soon as he arrived in Los Angeles, Torrence started auditioning for commercials, which is where he got his first big break. He appeared in over 40 national and regional spots, most notably as David Spade's sidekick in the Capital One What's in Your Wallet campaign.
Soon after, Torrence began breaking into television with guest star appearances on several shows, including Malcolm in the Middle, How I Met Your Mother, House and many more.
In 2006 he landed the recurring role of Dylan Killington on NBC's critically acclaimed Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip.
Film appearances include Get Smart, Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control, My Best Friend's Girl and a major role in the Dreamworks comedy She's Out of My League.
Torrence still finds time to perform sketch/improv shows in area theatres, including at The Second City Theater in Los Angeles.