About Nicole Elizabeth Berger
Nicole Elizabeth Berger is a multi-talented actress, model, singer and pianist. She is most known for her roles in the films All At Once (2016), Prescient (2015), The Longest Week (2014) and Goldberg, P.I. (2011). Nicole has nine movie credits, including six major roles.
Nicole Berger was born on November 27, 2003 in New York City. Her musical and acting career began at the age of five, when she began studying piano and violin and soon realized her love of acting and singing. Nicole also began a career in modeling and print advertising when she was young and worked for Toys “R” Us and Saks Fifth Avenue.
She has studied musical theatre at StarStruck Academy in Florida with Jennifer and Peter Jones, acting with Susan Batson in New York, and vocal training with Badiene Magaziner and Trapper Felides in New York. Nicole also studied piano for many years with Bow-Dien Pow of Mannes College in New York. While living in Palm Beach, Florida, Nicole performed in productions of The Nutcracker and played the lead roles Miss Honey in Matilda and Maria in West Side Story in community theater productions. Nicole is studying at the Drama Studio at Fiorello H. LaGuardia HIgh School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City.
In 2016, Nicole was cast as the lead in All At Once, which tells the story of a young artist who becomes the guardian of his friend’s daughters after they lost their parents in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, playing the youngest daughter, Grace. In 2017, Nicole starred in Clover, a comedic crime drama about two brothers on the run from a mob boss with a teenage girl named Clover, played by Nicole.
In 2018, Nicole was cast as the fairy Esmeralda, a lead role in the fantasy-reality film, The Place of No Words, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2019. Also in 2018, Nicole filmed the indie thriller, Runt, where she played a high school loner, Cecily, in this coming-of-age thriller that tackles many of the challenging issues that teenagers face while dealing with the lack of proper adult supervision. Nicole stars opposite the late Cameron Boyce in the much-anticipated film.
Nicole recently starred in the short-film, Ali’s Realm, where she played the title character, Ali, a teenager who stands up to bullying and deals with the death of her closest friend. The film also stars a 7′ tall alien, Charlie, who explores New York City with his friend, Ali.
In early 2020, Nicole wrapped principal photography on the short film Five Teenagers Walk into a Bar. The project traces the unexpected journey of a group of diverse teens who really dislike each other but must figure out how to work together to get out of the wilderness and find their way back to civilization.
Nicole Berger resides with her parents Dr. Harvey J. Berger and Chrysanthi C. Berger. Harvey Berger is an entrepreneur, physician-scientist and philanthropist. Chrysanthi Berger is a philanthropist and violinist with advanced degrees from the Manhattan School of Music. Nicole also has a sister, Isabella Grace Berger, with whom she shares a love of animals and animal rights.
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