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about me

     Nicole DeLuca is a New York City-based actor, singer, writer and musician. Originally from a small town in New Jersey, she has explored a wide number of styles and repertoire, ranging from classical, pop, folk and musical theatre. 

     Nicole is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music Conservatory program, where she received a BM in Vocal Performance. At Manhattan School of Music, Nicole realized her love for storytelling through various mediums. A love of hers is to collaborate on new works, especially on musicals with gritty storylines and intricate music. She loves to break down difficult works of art, most likely a product of her operatic background. 

  Nicole's performance history includes many venues, such as the NJPAC & Mayo PAC with Ronan Tynan, Jazz at Lincoln Center with Jon Bon Jovi, Theater for the New City, Lincoln Center with the NY Philharmonic under Alan Gilbert, and throughout Italy with the Centro Studi Italiani Opera Festival. 

     She can also be found on television in ABC's Quantico and throughout the internet in the Kublet Commercial.

     When Nicole is not performing or spending time with her family, you can find her in a book store devouring from horror novels to William Shakespeare, or flipping upside down on aerial silks! Growing up in a large Italian family, Nicole thrives in a loud environment. Some of her additional hobbies include painting, rollerskating, travel and guitar. She loves to let her curiosity run wild and thoroughly enjoys experiencing new things. 

     Currently, Nicole is co-writing and directing a web series based on the struggles of failure in late adult life. Nicole is immensely passionate about expanding her creative boundaries and collaborating in new theatrical and film developments. She wholeheartedly believes it is vital to give a voice to those who've experienced trauma and bias. This is something she's incredibly interested in speaking up about and expressing within her art. 

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