For over a decade, Nicole Cinaglia has made a name for herself in the independent film community, often playing edgy and challenging characters with depth and charisma. Most recently, Nicole Cinaglia penned, directed, and starred in the feature film "Porcelain," which is set to be released in 2023. Born Nicole Elise Cinaglia in Philadelphia, PA, she discovered her love for musical theater and acting at a very young age. After a severe knee injury while playing soccer required her to undergo surgery, Nicole realized she must pursue her love for acting with unrelenting dedication and passion. During her time at Temple University, Nicole discovered her love for film when she was cast in the thesis project "Wake Up." From there, she never looked back, going on to star in several independent feature films including "6 Degrees of Hell" and "Camp Dread." After finding quick success in Philadelphia's niche market, Nicole made the trek to Los Angeles where she set her sights on being the best in the business. Since relocating, Cinaglia's star has continued to rise as she appeared in features, shorts, commercials, and digital series. She was a co-star on Lifetime's "Framed By My Fiancé" and has starred in "Cold Blooded Killers," "Paranormal Attraction," and "Ravening Woods." You can also find her in "How to Kill Your Roommates and Get Away With It," and "Blood Before Bitcoin" to name a few. As an artist, Nicole continues to evolve. She wrote, directed, and starred in her own short, "Drift" which will premiere on the film festival circuit later this year. And her after mentioned feature, "Procelain," will further cement her as a triple threat worth paying attention to.
- Evelyn Bennett
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