Nik Daum has appeared on over four hundred magazine covers across the globe, making him one of the most recognizable faces in the world.
As the author of Look What I Fucked Up
and What's That Smell? The Nik Daum Story
, Nik has been invited to speak at luncheons and the prestigious TED conference. His sharp and biting criticism of the "new class" on Saved By The Bell was met with a standing ovation from the audience, millions of views online, and a personal apology from series creator Peter Engel.
This handsome fellow has numerous film and television credits. In the 80s, he made a smooth transition from the world of fashion into the arena of broadcast journalism with CBS's acclaimed Nightly Situation Examination
which he hosted for six years. In 1987, he hosted his first special for the network, The Magical World of Geoducks!
, which won neither Caldecott nor Emmy. Many geoducks were harmed/killed during the filming process.
Nik Daum is also a highly acclaimed producer, having been the driving force behind Poop From the Elephants
, which he co-developed with J.J. Abrams. The movie has sold over 2 billion copies in the U.S. alone. Its popularity led to a follow-up, Poop From the Elephants Number Two: 2 Poops 2 Furious
. His partnership with Abrams ended abruptly over creative differences and money. But that didn't stop him from producing the hit television show From the Mouth of Angels
and the short-lived but critically acclaimed cop drama From the Skillet to the Fire
Among Nik Daum's many other credits are The Liberator
, a feature film in which he starred opposite William Baldwin as the liberator of the oppressed Hittites; Rampaging Bloodscourge
, in which he played the lovable "rat-catcher", and numerous after school specials for TV. Despite being both friends and former sex partners with Walters and Hasselbeck, he has yet to be a guest on The View
In the past fifteen years, he has also become one of the most successful philanthropists of all time. He donates a great deal of time and energy to the Leukemia Society of America, in memory of his younger brother who not only has no connection to leukemia but isn't even real. As part of his other charitable pursuits, he is also is a supporter of breasts, cancer, and research.
Nik Daum currently lives with a wife and no dogs in a dark cloud of uncertainty.