Niles Fitch was an American actor who was best known for his recurring roles on the popular TV shows "Army Wives" (Lifetime, 2007-2013) and "This Is Us" (NBC, 2016- ). Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Fitch was a natural performer. As a young toddler, he had a natural knack for entertaining his family - so much so that, through the help of his parents, he was able to land a talent agent at the age of three. A natural in front of the camera, Fitch spent the next four years working primarily as a model for print ads and TV commercials. At the age of 7 he caught the attention of a New York-based modeling agent, who quickly signed Fitch to his agency. Together with his parents, Fitch spent the next few years commuting from Atlanta to New York City, where he would go on auditions, while simultaneously appearing in TV commercials and print ads. His first big acting break came when he landed the role of Young Martin Luther King Jr. in the Atlanta production of the play "I Have a Dream." His role in the play eventually got the attention of TV casting agents, who subsequently cast Fitch in his first on-screen role on "House of Payne" (TBS, 2006-2012) in 2011. Two years later Fitch landed his first recurring role on the Lifetime drama "Army Wives." He played Deuce on the series for 9 episodes in 2013. In 2014 Fitch nabbed his first film role in the Bill Murray comedy "St. Vincent" (2014), and followed that up with guest spots on the popular TV shows "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999- ) and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (Netflix, 2015- ). Then in 2016 Fitch nabbed his breakout TV role as 15 Year Old Randall on the NBC dramedy "This Is Us." He followed that up with a supporting role in the Denzel Washington film "Roman Israel, Esq." That film, which was written and directed by the Oscar nominee Dan Gilroy, was released in late 2017.