Nico from New York is moving to Hollywood.
Nicolas Heller, who scours the five boroughs in search of talented NYC characters, has been signed by the United Talent Agency for the first time.
The Hellers account has 895,000 followers and recently featured a guest appearance by Post Malone.
Next month, a new short film by Heller, Out of Order, will make its world premiere at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival.
The fest in New York describes the film plot as: On his way to a big date, an affable30-year-old man''s digestive system turns on him as he quests to find an ever-elusive bathroom on the streets of New York City.
Before the screening, there will be a talent show featuring New York Nico regulars.
In the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, Heller previously worked with the MTA to entice celebrities such as Jerry Seinfeld, Whoopi Goldberg, and Ilana Glazer to make subway announcements.
We hear that UTA is now planning to increase Hellers'' work on television, film, and digital platforms.
Heller has already directed a range of shorts and documentaries, as well as spots for celebrities including Google, Nike, Mastercard, and Jagermeister.
Heller organized a competition to determine the city''s finest New York accent during the epidemic.
At the time, he told The Post that it would help lift spirits and keep that New York pride alive.
The search for Alec Baldwin went viral, with more celebrities including Drea de Matteo,Debi Mazar,Chazz Palminteri, The Kid Mero, and Nick Turturro.
According to followers, an average joe named Charlie da Wolf clinches the top spot.