Check out the Nickelodeon movie, Spectacular, and other great information about Nikko, his band Alloy, Courtney, and their rival choir, Ta-Da. Spectacular stars Victoria Justice, Tammin Sursok, Nolan Funk, Simon Curtis, and Greg Germann.
Hailing from Vancouver, Nolan Gerard Funk first flexed his acting muscles in Steven Spielberg's mini-series "Taken." In May 2003, he made his first big screen appearance co-starring in "X-Men 2" and parlayed his superhero success into television with roles on the CW's "Smallville," "Supernatural" and "Aliens in America." A man of many talents, Nolan has competed nationally in both gymnastics and diving. He can next be seen on the big screen of an upcoming independent horror film.
Raised in Sydney, Australia, Tammin Sursok was a member of the Sydney Youth Musical Theatre and participated in all of her school's stage productions, so playing a show choir star was a perfect fit. While in high school, Tammin landed her first TV role in the Australian television production "Home and Away," which earned her an Australian Logie Award and an "Australian of the Year" nomination. Growing up with a classically trained pianist and guitarist mother, Sursok focused on music and released the album, "Whatever Will Be," which went platinum in Australia. Tammin was soon cast in the film "Aquamarine," and made the move to Los Angeles to further her acting career. Her next role, as Colleen Carlton in the soap opera "The Young and The Restless," led to a Daytime Emmy nomination. Sursok recently wrapped filming "Albino Farm," in which she co-stars alongside wrestler Chris Jericho. When she's not busy filming or recording, Tammin enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs, Sydney and Tiger Bradley.
Victoria Justice joined the Nickelodeon family in 2005 when she was cast as Lola Martinez in the network's TEENick hit "Zoey 101." A native of Hollywood, Florida, Victoria began her professional acting career at age eight when she appeared in an Ovaltine commercial and has since appeared in numerous TV commercials and fashion campaigns. She has guest-starred on TV shows including the popular series "Gilmore Girls" and "Everwood," and was cast the Hallmark Hall of Fame Christmas special, "Silver Bells," opposite Anne Heche and Tate Donovan. Justice's feature film credits include a supporting role in "Unknown" (playing Jim Caviezel's daughter), as well as a leading role in the 2005 Sundance Film Festival hit, "Mary." Next up for Victoria on Nick is an upcoming series created by Dan Schneider, the hitmaker behind a long list of teen and tween favorites, including "Zoey 101," "iCarly" and "Drake & Josh." She can also be seen in a starring role opposite Dylan and Cole Sprouse in "The Kings of Appletown," a modern adaptation of the Mark Twain classic, "Tom Sawyer," directed by Academy Award winner, Bobby Moresco.
A native Oklahoman, Curtis caught the acting bug at an early age and booked his first role at 10, in the national touring company of the musical "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." The onetime member of his Tulsa high school's show choir knew then that he had discovered his calling and later aimed to kick-start his career by heading for Los Angeles at 18 to realize his dream. As the host of "Gotcha Covered," Curtis appeared on the Disney Channel, ABC Family and Toon Disney. He has also completed an independent film, "The Intervention." When he's not performing or filming, Simon enjoys cross-country running, reading and playing X-Box.