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John-Paul Nickel is a TV writer, off-Broadway playwright, and actor. For television, JP wrote for the final three seasons of Syfy’s hour-long Warehouse 13, the entire run of Amazon Prime’s half-hour Just Add Magic, and JAM’s currently untitled spin-off. JP had the honor of writing all three shows’ series finales. As a playwright, JP’s plays have had fully mounted productions and readings at theaters across the country. He has won a writing fellowship at the Eugene O’Neill Playwright’s Conference and won the Kennedy Center’s Jean Kennedy-Smith Playwriting Award. JP wrote, directed and performed in the film Grim, which has won over 25 awards including best film, best screenplay, and best comedic actor. As an actor, JP appeared in 66 episodes of SMBC Theater and starred in Starpocalypse. JP holds an MFA in playwriting from Carnegie Mellon University, has developed with NBC, and is a 2017 Writers Guild Award Nominee.

Metro
What if you got a do-over on the last year of your life? This is the question the passengers of the Metro L Line face when they find themselves thrown a year into the past. For Tess Danvers, the answer is simple—she’s going to prevent a horrific terrorist attack that is destined to strike San Francisco.

CONTACT: John-Paul Nickel; Steven Selikoff, The Shuman Company, (310) 841-4344