Niles Fitch | Srivideo
Biography | Posted: Wednesday, 11th November
Born/Date of Birth: July 12, 2001
Place of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Parents: Frederick Fitch
Niles Fitch (born July 12, 2001) is an American actor who began his career as a child actor. He gained prominence through his role in the NBC series This Is Us.
Fitch was born in Atlanta, Georgia to parents of African-American descent. His father (a financial advisor) and his mother (an attorney), encouraged his excitement of smiling for the camera by securing his first talent agent at 3 years old. His family moved to New York City so he could pursue acting and currently lives in Los Angeles, California. His father, Frederick, died from lupus when Niles was 10 years old.
Fitch started print modeling when he was four years old. His first job was in a back-to-school ad for Parisian. He then made his stage debut in the 2012 North American tour of The Lion King as Young Simba's replacement. He also played Emmanuel in the 2014 Off-Broadway show, Our Lady of Kibeho.
He made his television debut with a guest appearance in Tyler Perry's House of Payne, followed by a recurring role in Season 7 of Army Wives. His early film credits include St. Vincent and Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Fitch was cast to play a young version of Randall Pearson in the NBC series This Is Us, a role that has won him an ensemble Screen Actors Guild Award. He, along with the rest of the teenage cast, was promoted to series regular from Season 2 onwards.
Fitch had roles in 2019 films If Not Now, When? and Miss Virginia. In May 2019, it was announced that Fitch would star as Prince Tuma in the 2020 Disney+ film Secret Society of Second-Born Royals. In August 2020 it was announced that Fitch had begun filming The Fallout.