12-year-old Nicholas Buamah went viral at the tender age of 8 when he appeared on the Steve Harvey Show and showcased his bestselling book. Since then, Nicholas has taken his love for writing books and channeled it into writing tv scripts. When the young author noticed that there weren’t any shows on television showcasing intellectual black children like himself, he created one. With the help of his mother Danielle, Nicholas hired a team of professional scriptwriters, producers, and a director, and began creating his family-friendly sitcom, Nick’s House. Nick’s House is about a 10-year-old business-savvy kid who runs a successful business with his friends out of his parents’ home. Chaos ensues when his immature uncle, played by comedian Boogie B. Montrell, moves in to be his nanny. The show is not only funny, but it also alludes Black Excellence throughout.
Nicholas has taken on the roles of creator, executive producer, and star of the show. He says he’s very proud of how the overall production turned out, but he has to give credit to the team of professionals who helped him create such an iconic show.
Not only is Nicholas a show creator and producer, but he’s also a published author of three books and runs his own nonprofit, Books Without Borders, Inc. He recently donated to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in Ghana and helped more than 2,000 children receive health insurance through his charitable organization. Despite his already busy schedule, he still finds time to receive accolades. Last year, Mayor Jazzmin Cobble presented the young mogul with a proclamation and officially declared July 21, 2022, Nicholas Buamah Day in the city of Stonecrest, Georgia. In February 2023, Nicholas traveled to New York to accept the Nina Simone Artistic Excellence Award in Writing, Production, and Philanthropy at the Young, Gifted, & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards.
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Nicholas says he’s very optimistic about the future of Nick’s House, and he wants everyone to “Join The Movement” The movement is to help bring back family-friendly TV. He recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to produce an entire series of Nick’s House. The campaign is filled with lots of amazing perks. One perk allows you to email in your actor’s reel to possibly appear on future episodes of the tv show. The show is still casting actors for the Main Character (Male), Guest Stars and Co-Stars.
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