NICOLE A. DAVIS - SAG-AFTRA

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SHORT FILM

Plus 1s

Co-Lead

David J. Curtis

Gloss

Supporting

Incline Productions

The Pledge

Co-Lead

Solar Productions

FEATURE

Hit To Right

Co-Lead

Alicat Productions

TELEVISION

Orange is the New Black

Party Goer

Adam Bernstein

The Breaks

Passerby

Sieth Mann

Girls

Bar Patron

Jesse Peretz

WEBSERIES

G-Spotters (Ghostspotters)

Featured

Rob Alieca

The Trio

Lead

Tajh Lewis

THEATRE

12 Angry Women

Supporting

AlphaNYC Theatre

At Squat

Lead

Lovecreek Productions

TRAINING

Intensive Scene Study, On Camera Technique, Shakespeare,

Improv, Character Analysis

Anthony Abeson

Anthony Abeson Studios

On Camera Class

Marci Phillips

One on One

TV/Film Auditions

Ted Sluberski

One on One

On Camera Technique

Jon Goracy

One on One

On Camera Audition Technique

Clint Alexander

One on One

Ex-er Actor

Fiona Graham

Susan Batson Studio

At the talented age of 6, native New Yorker Nicole A. Davis began her career showcasing in numerous commercials and modeling campaigns. Since then, Nicole has changed her focus to TV and film, and can be seen in the award nominated web-series G-spotters which was officially selected in the Big Apple Film Fest., Austin Comedy Short Film Fest. and Portland Comedy Film Fest. Nicole recently wrapped the short film Gloss which was accepted into several film festivals. Short Film Plus 1s is in post production

Physical Characteristics / Measurements

Height: 5'1"

Weight: 115 lbs

Eyes: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Hair Length: Shoulder Length

 

Baseball, Bowling, Cycling, Football, Frisbee, Hula Hoop, Ice Skating, Jump Rope, Lifeguard, Ping Pong, Pogo Stick, Rappelling, Roller Skating, Rollerblading, Running - General, Skateboard - street, Softball, Swimming - ability - general, Swimming - backstroke, Swimming - breast stroke, Swimming - butterfly, Swimming - freestyle, Trampoline, Yoga, Dance Ballet, Dance Hip Hop, Dance Tap, Dancer, Host, Modeling, Voiceover, American - Boston Accent, American - New York Accent