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Nic Carter is thrilled to be working with Jobsite once again. He was last seen as the half-naked zombie in a diaper from Night of the Living Dead. He received his BA in Theatre Performance from the University of South Florida in Spring of ’09. Some of his acting credits include USF’s Metamorphosis (Vertumnus and others), Spring Awakening (Melchior), Bobby and the Chimps (Jude), and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Satan/Jesus), as well as Stageworks’ Brighton Beach Memoirs (Stanley), Gorilla Theatre’s first Christmas Gremlins (Henry), and All Out Rep’s Bottom of the Glass (Sloth), where he collaboratively wrote, set, and performed with several other very talented artists that he holds dear to his heart. Carter’s honored to be working collaboratively once again on exciting, new art forms with some fresh and some familiar artists.