The lack of television programs featuring intelligent kids of color like 11 year old Nicholas Buamah, inspired him to make one. Nicholas started writing his family-friendly sitcom, Nick’s House, with the aid of his mother Danielle. He then hired a team of professional script writers, producers, and a director.
In Nick’s House, a 10-year-old boy with a keen sense of business operates a prosperous enterprise with the help of his friends out of his parents’ house. When his immature uncle, played by comedian Boogie B. Montrell, arrives in to be his nanny, all hell is let loose.
Nicholas Buamah has taken on the role of creator, executive producer, and the star of the show. He says he’s very proud of how the overall production turned out, but he must give the credit to the team of professionals who helped him create such an iconic show.
Hollywood producer LaMont Ferrell directed the pilot of Nick’s House. Ferrell is known for producing memorable shows such as Girlfriends, Moesha, The Office, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, and more. “To have someone with LaMont’s credentials believe in the project and offer to direct our pilot episode was truly amazing,” says Nicholas’ mother Danielle.
Not only is Nicholas Buamah a show creator but he’s also an author of 3 published books and runs his own nonprofit, Books Without Borders, Inc. With 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, Nicholas will travel to New York to accept the Nina Simone Artistic Excellence Award in Writing, Production and Philanthropy at the Young, Gifted, & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards.
Nickelodeon, Disney, Netflix, Hulu, and BET are just a few of the networks that Nicholas would love for his show to be a part of. With pilot season officially upon us, Nicholas says he’s very optimistic about the future of Nick’s House.