At three years old, he signed with his first agency and began modeling. Since then, Niles has continuously booked print advertisements for Parisian, Macy’s, The Children’s Place, Nike and commercial advertisements for the Georgia Lottery, Rooms to Go Kids, and many others.
In late 2008, he signed with Wilhelmina Models (an international top five agency) and began regular travel to New York City.
In 2010, Niles signed with J. Pervis Talent in Atlanta which includes Joy Pervis, who is known for discovering Dakota Fanning and others. Additionally, Niles made his theatrical debut as “Young Martin Luther King, Jr.” in the musical “I Dream” in Atlanta. The musical ran in the summer of 2010 and was directed by the renowned Jasmine Guy.
Ready to take his career to the next stage, Niles relocated with his family to New York City in August, 2010. After beginning a series of auditions in November, 2010, the next stage was ready for Niles when he was cast as “Young Simba”. Currently, Niles is performing as Young Simba in Disney’s The Lion King musical North American Tour. So far he has performed in Ottawa, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec and is looking forward to Syracuse, Buffalo, and Denver, Baltimore and other cities and stages. While on tour, he will also make his television debut in an episode of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.