David Nicoll is an extremely talented singer/actor who can do virtually anything! He can flip, dance you name it. David joined the cooly-clad Roundhouse cast for it's fourth season, in 1994. Also in 1994, he appeared with his singing/hip-hopping group, "What's Really Going On," on Star Search. David has made appearances on TV series': Out All Night, In Living Color, General Hospital, MTV's Lyricist Lounge, The Fifth Wheel, the webshow pilot Voyeur Challenge, and he has performed stunts for Power Rangers. He's done commercials for Sprite (with Kris Kross), Pepsi and has been in many music videos. Nicoll performed live at the Apollo Theater (where he was a national finalist) in New York City. He has performed with the "BeetleJuice" attraction at Universal Studios Florida. David has co-written many songs including: "Digital Getdown" and "You Don't Have To Be Alone" for 'N Sync, "Lies" and "You Knew" for Wild Orchid, "With Me" for Sygnature, and "Hypnotized" for C-Note. David and his buddy Keith Junior were kid-pop-star Aaron Carter's first choreographers and they put his European tours together. You can hear David singing back-up on Aaron's song, "Get Wild." David has also choreographed for and performed in videos for: 'N Sync, Blaque and 95 South. He also choreographed the "Go For It Roadshow" which is a school tour for kids. David's vocal group UNHURDUV recently disbanded and the group members are all pursuing solo careers. David, now on his own, finished a four city tour with the WNBA for which he performed his song, "Biggie Bounce." David plays and performs with the Hollywood Knights Celebrity Basketball Tournaments, for which he is point guard -- you can check out the all-star Hollywood Knights games at various High Schools around Southern California. Also, David provided the vocals for a song for the animated film, Scooby Doo and the Cyber Chase. The video is now available in stores and is often aired on the Cartoon Network. Presently, David is heavily pursuing his solo career. In July 2001, David performed at the 'N Sync Challenge for the Children function in Las Vegas. You can see a picture of David and the Challenge for the Children crew on page 98 of the October 2001 issue of the teen magazine, J-14. David's been performing with KIIS FM and at various other events around LA. He has been involved with a tribute project called "Unsigned Artists for Unsung Heroes." Over 50 unsigned singers got together and recorded the pop single, "Heroes Unsung" to pay tribute to the heroes of the September 11 tragedies. David has two solos in the song. Proceeds from sales of the single go to Clear Channel's Disaster Relief Fund and the Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghanistan (RAWA). In our most recent report from David, he stated that he has been on a European tour singing with the Chippendales show.

Birthday: March 6. Full name: David R. Nicoll, IV. David was born in Orlando, FL and grew up in Fayetteville, NC. Favorite color: blue. Favorite sports: football (Miami Dolphins) and basketball (Orlando Magic). David has wanted to be in show business since he was in kindergarten, and even used to lip sync to Shawn Cassidy. He listens to Michael Jackson and Brian McKnight. David has a tattoo on his shoulder of the Roman numeral IV and the Japanese sign for 'talent.'

Jobs that came with RH: hosted SNICK Live in 1994.