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Nicky Hawthorne


Nicky Hawthorne is known for her work on The Tank (2017), Ice (2016) and The Portal (2017). See full bio »
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Known For

The Tank
The Tank Monitor
(2017)
Ice
Ice Writer
(2017-2018)
The Portal
The Portal Writer
(2017)
Diced
Diced Writer
(2016)

Filmography

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 2013/II The System (completed)
Receptionist
 2017 The Tank
Monitor
 2014 Reach Me
Girl with Mace
 2014 Playing It Cool
Cocktail Waitress (uncredited)
 2014 Moms' Night Out
Desk Nurse
 2014 Day Job Support Group (TV Series)
Nikki
 2013 The Caul (Short)
Monitor
 2013 Mistresses (TV Series)
Restaurant Girl
- Pilot (2013) ... Restaurant Girl (uncredited)
 2013 Wrong Cops
Julia's friend
 2012 Candybar (Short)
Lauren
 2012 Wholly Guacamole (Short)
Additional Vocals
 2012 Hollywood Heights (TV Series)
Cafe Patron
- The Incriminating Photo (2012) ... Cafe Patron
 2012 Jane by Design (TV Series)
British Girl
- The Surprise (2012) ... British Girl
 2012 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV Series)
Hospital Visitor #2
- To Begin with ... (2012) ... Hospital Visitor #2
 2012 Not Exclusive (Short)
Steph
 2012 The Voices from Beyond
News reporter
 2011 Los Angeles 10101 (TV Series)
Melissa
- 11am (2011) ... Melissa
 2010 Ms. Taken (Short)
Angela Sykes
 2009 Into Temptation
Club dancer (uncredited)
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