About Nicole

Raised in a world filled with dreamers and doers, thespians and performers, Nicole has been working on the craft of “acting” since she could first talk.

She began her collegiate studies at Chapman University in California while working professionally in musical theatre at Curtain Call in Tustin, CA. After transferring academically to Austin, TX, she pursued acting opportunities in the region while studying at Oklahoma City University and UT-Arlington. Nicole completed her undergraduate degree in 2012, receiving a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance from UTA. She entered the Actors’ Equity Membership Candidacy program while working at Oklahoma CityRep Theatre in Oklahoma City. Her recent includes two productions at Theatre Three in Dallas, Texas, where she appeared in Enron and SO Help Me God! She joined The Mess in Berkeley, California in Fall of 2014, a sketch comedy troup. She has also appeared in several films; you can learn more about her film work at IMDB.

Nicole was accepted into the Academy for the Performing Arts High School in Huntington Beach, California at the age of 14. She also received training at Comedy Sportz LA in Los Angeles and at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, CA. At APA, a public performing arts high school with an emphasis on professional preparation in theatre, musical theatre, technical theatre, dance, commercial recording and orchestra, Nicole had the opportunity to work daily with working professionals while also experiencing a high-level of practical opportunity. This included a lead role in the school’s entry into the Fringe Festival in Scotland in 2004.

She also has devoted many years to working and supporting the efforts of Camp Summit in north Texas, a non-profit overnight camp devoted to special needs individuals, known as “a remarkable place for remarkable people”. For more information on Camp Summit, you can visit campsummittx.org.

Nicole appeared as a print model as a child (“Ruby Falls” et al) and on television in “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman” (background), as well as various commercials during her school years (“OCN Sports Talk” et al). She cites among her artistic inspirations her father, Brent Weber, a successful news and sports television personality, writer and part-time actor.

Nicole is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

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