Nick Tweed-Simmons is known to be the son of Gene Simmons
and Shannon Tweed
. He was born on January 22, 1989 and has attended Pitzer College in Claremont, California. Furthermore, he is a Screen Actors Guild member and had done voiceover work on Cartoon Network's Robot Chicken.
Nick has always had a passion for creative writing and illustration, which led him to create his own comic book entitled "Incarnate,” released in 2009. Production was later halted due to accusations of plagiarism, but he responded saying it was merely homage. Ultimately, he became part of the reality television show Gene Simmons Family Jewels. In the show, he gave the viewers a chance to see his artistic side especially when it came to literature, humanities and sciences, and music.