In August of that year, Nichols was cast as the lead in a new series, John From Cincinnati, a surfing drama created by David Milch, who also produced Deadwood.

The series began airing in June 2007, but was cancelled after one season due to poor ratings and mixed critical reviews.

In 2007, Nichols appeared in a few episodes of the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights, before being cast as Julian Baker in The CW's teen drama One Tree Hill.

In his first critically successful film role, Nichols starred as a stereotypical "frat boy" in The Utopian Society, a 2003 independent film directed by John P.

Aguirre, which won several awards and some critical acclaim. D., an intelligent rich kid and romantic rival to Jake Gyllenhaal's main character in the environmental blockbuster, The Day After Tomorrow.

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" are gossiping about me are saying that I still like him, and my friend told me that him and his friends were making fun of me because she was listening to the conversation but wasn't really talking in it.

Alongside his acting career, Nichols maintains a strong interest in cinema.

He keeps a log of every film he sees, "I take it to the movies and write down who does the music, edits, directs, and how long the film is." He was previously in a relationship with One Tree Hill co-star Sophia Bush, and took the role of Julian Baker in the series to be closer to her.

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Austin Nichols (born April 24, 1980) is an American actor and director, known for his role as Julian Baker in The CW drama series One Tree Hill.

He is also known for his roles in the films The Day After Tomorrow and Wimbledon.

In 2013, Austin landed the role of Tommy Wheeler in the Showtime series Ray Donovan.