Born and raised in Southern California, Nicholas Crovetti began his acting career at 7 years-old appearing as 'Max Wright' in HBO's Emmy Award-winning drama series Big Little Lies, playing one of the twin sons (alongside his real-life twin brother Cameron) of Nicole Kidman and Alexander Skarsgård. Nominated for a Screen Actor's Guild Award for Best Ensemble Drama, Nicholas went on to appear in the show's critically-acclaimed 2nd season with the opportunity to act alongside multiple Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep. Nicholas can next be seen as 'Danny Glick' in the New Line/Warner Bros' adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel Salem's Lot directed by Gary Dauberman. Produced by horror maestro James Wan, the film features an ensemble cast which includes Lewis Pullman, Pilou Asbaek, Makenzie Leigh, Bill Camp and Alfre Woodard. Nicholas can also soon be seen starring opposite Academy Award-nominated actress Naomi Watts and his twin brother Cameron in Prime Video's English-language adaptation of the cult horror film Goodnight Mommy directed by Matt Sobel. Nicholas recently completed filming the highly-anticipated action-thriller Boy Kills World in South Africa, in which he and his brother Cameron portray a young version of Bill Skarsgård's 'Boy' character (in yet another acting turn with the Skarsgård family). Directed by Moritz Mohr and produced by Sam Raimi and Roy Lee, the film also stars Jessica Rothe, Michelle Dockery, Sharlto Copley, Andrew Koji, Famke Janssen and legendary martial arts master Yayan Ruhian. Nicholas' previous credits include co-starring in the dramatic crime thriller Brothers By Blood with Maika Monroe, Joel Kinnaman and Ryan Philippe, Universal's horror-thriller Oracle with Heather Graham, the horror-fantasy Witch Hunt with Elizabeth Mitchell, indie French drama Anywhere With You with Betsy Brandt and Lorelei Linklater, as well as appearing in a guest starring role on the hit ABC comedy Black-ish. Nicholas also lends his voice and singing talents to the character of 'Iggy Peck' in Netflix's animated series Ada Twist, Scientist which was recently nominated for a 38th annual Television Critics Association Award.