Nick Zano is well-known for his roles in the television series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. He has been playing the character of Nate Haywood/Steel in the series since 2016.
Aside from his involvement on the DC TV shows, he has also appeared in films such as Minority Report in 2015, One Big Happy in 2015, 7th Heaven in 2007, and What I Like About You from 2003 to 2006.
In total, Nick has 32 credits in the acting category.
Is Nick Zano married?
Nick is married to TV actress Leah Renee Cudmore. They’ve been dating since July of 2014. On July 29, 2016, the couple welcomed their first child, son Wyatt Lee, after two years of marriage.
Wyatt’s sister, Lennon Rose, arrived in the world two years later. She was born on August 9th, 2018.
Lennon’s life began significantly differently than her brother’s. Leah’s pregnancy with Lennon was hard and stressful.
Lennon had to have a major surgery that lasted 9 hours, followed by a two-hour emergency treatment, within 24 hours of his birth. She spent a little more than a month at the BC Children’s Hospital’s NICU and three months recovering from her health difficulties.
Nick Zano Past Relationships
Nick had a public relationship with Amanda Bynes, his What I Like About You co-star. They began dating in April of 2003 and publicly dated for just over a year before splitting up in August of 2004.
Nick then began a connection with Rachel Perry. From May 2005 to August 2006, they were together. Nick began seeing Kristin Cavallari about a month after his breakup with Rachel. They began dating in September of 2006 and broke up in December of 2007.
Nick began 2008 with his new girlfriend, Haylie Duff. They were together for over four years, from January 2008 to November 2011.
Nick began seeing Kat Dennings in December of 2011, just a month after his breakup with Haylie. In June of this year, the former couple divorced.
According to CelebrityNetWorth, Nick Zano has a net worth of $3 million.
Nick and Leah are the owners of a home in Calabasas, California. In January of 2019, they paid $1.568 million for the property.
However, the family did not dwell in the property; Nick was looking for a tenant in May 2019. According to Variety, he had set the rent at $12K per month.