As an actor, I am always that go-to friend that my colleagues rely on for read throughs, tapes, or (any type of help). I remember being 18, and helping some friends with their drama school audition monologues. They would come to my house, where I would re-direct them; and some of them even got into their schools of choice... following my re-directions. I love reading with my friends for fun, and my wide range of experience as not only an actor, but a director and writer as well; make me the ideal person to read with! I am a very sensitive and empathetic person, patient, and friendly. I want to make sure that whatever it is that we are working on, you feel comfortable and at ease. I will read in whatever way is most helpful to you and do whatever you may need in order to elevate your performance. Bonus/fun fact- I am currently training to be an accent coach, so I can help a little with certain accents/sounds too!
Nicole is an actor and writer. At 18, she moved to London to train at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, before obtaining her BA in Acting from East 15 Acting School. While in London, her debut play Bit of Sunshine, a one-woman show, was the winner of the Stockwell Playhouse One-Act Festival (2016) awarded by Paul Vale of The Stage, before it went on to do several critically acclaimed short runs across the UK. In 2019, she graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama with an MA in Writing for Stage and Broadcast media, before moving back to Los Angeles. She recently finished playing HANNAH in Roxanna Dunlop’s newest narrative piece, entitled QUEENBIRD.