The Nightlife Cast
Known around here as Chairman Nick, Nick got his start at the age of 15 when he moved to Hollywood and started doing stand-up comedy. Things moved fast from there, and by the age of 17 he was the youngest staff writer in the history of television, working behind the scenes and in front of the camera on Nickelodeon's All That. Since then he has: created The Nick Cannon Show and Wild N Out; appeared in several blockbuster films including Men In Black II, Drumline, Shall We Dance and Roll Bounce; released an album; been nominated for a SAG Award; become the first African American actor to receive the "Breakthrough Actor of the Year" award at Cannes; launched his own multi-media company; hosted a morning radio show in NY; and become the Chairman of TeenNick. Now he brings you The Nightlife.
After a childhood spent all over the U.S., Aaron went to live with his grandmother in Trinidad when he was eight. That's where he got seriously into reggae, dub, and calypso. (It's also where he honed his talent for practical jokes.) When he came back to the U.S., he caught the ear of producer Reo Mitchell while rehearing for a high school talent show; Reo introduced him to Nick Cannon, and the rest is about to be history. Right now, Aaron splits his time between school, recording his album (which includes the hit "Spending All My Time"), and the Nightlife. He's 17.
Chloe grew up in Chicago (Southside! Michelle Obama's stomping grounds). She has three biological and three adopted siblings, and her parents often host foster and foreign exchange students. Chloe developed her love of singing and performing early, joining the Second City Youth Ensemble when she was 12. At 15 she was discovered, and soon after she moved to China to live with her grandmother (her dad is Chinese-American and her mom is Caucasian). There she began a successful pop career -- her first single, "Uh Oh" was recorded in both English and Mandarin and was huge in China. She's 18.