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St. Martin, Nicole


Nicole was born in Montreal, Canada and attended FACE School for the Arts. She was also a member of Montreal Children's Theatre where she was scouted to be on Sesame Street when she was six years old. Since then she has continued to work and train professionally as an actor appearing on stages in Toronto and London England, where she graduated with Distinction from Drama Centre London's MA in European Classical Acting, a program which included training at Shakespeare's The Globe and Moscow's Vakhtangov Institute. Her appearances on stage include Anne Desbaresdes in the 2015 World premiere of Marguerite Duras' "Moderato Cantabile", the 2014 World Premiere production of Anne Carson's "Antigonick", and the 2012 Dora nominated production of "The Brothers Karamazov". She has also appeared on TV in the made for tv movie "Mommy's Little Girl", the series "The Murdoch Mysteries" and "Played" as well as several short films including the award winning "Sunday Punch" which was the runner up for the CBC short Film Face Off. As an active leader in ACTRA, Nicole has helped several initiatives get off the ground including the "Get Women Working" campaign and the TAWC TOOLKIT initiative which then inspired her to produce three short films and a PSA of which she directed two. All have gone on to be official film festival selections and some have received awards, including the 2013 Min Sook Lee Award.

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