Nate Golon graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Speech Communications and was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Colorado State University. Nate moved to Los Angeles at the beginning of 2006, and studied at the Larry Moss Studio for several years with Michelle Danner, who he credits with making him the actor he is today. Nate led an ensemble cast in the 2007 industry showcase, Scene Bites, at the Larry Moss Studio, and co-starred in several independent feature films, national commercials and plays in 2008. In January and February 2009 he starred as the leading role in Harold Pinter's "A Night Out" at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, and then co-created and co-produced "WORKSHOP" with Kimberly Legg from March through July 2009. Nate is grateful for the struggles he had through the first three years in Los Angeles, where he felt like he should have been booking projects left and right, because those struggles led to the creative energy of creating "WORKSHOP". Nate's goals are to become a household name as a wildly successful actor, producer, and writer, and to later in life take his fortune and notoriety and become a Goodwill Ambassador to the United States. Nate would like to thank Mari and his family for being the greatest support system in the world!