NICOLE AIKEN is a professional actor based in New York City. She has an M.F.A. in Theatre from Sarah Lawrence College and is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.
Nicole was recently seen in the reading of "the broken'hearts of a corrupted white house" by Matthew Paul Olmos at New Dramatists. She played the role of historical figure Michele Clark, a CBS correspondent who put her life at risk to investigate the Watergate scandal.
Other credits include the productions "Alondra Was Here" by Chisa Hutchinson (Dir. Jade King Carroll), "She She She" by Virginia Grise (Dir. Elena Araoz) and "The Champion" by Amy Evans (Dir. Reg Douglas). Nicole has also been cast in several staged readings at the Lark, Labyrinth Theater Company and The Actors Studio.
When Nicole isn't acting, she can be found traveling to concerts with her sister and reminiscing over the mojito cheesecake she had in Aruba.