Nicole Sollazzo was born and raised in Rome, Italy until the age of 6 when she and her parents moved to New Jersey and then later San Diego, California, where she spent her high school years at the Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA). When Nicole was 16 and in her Junior year of high school she starred as Rosy Perch in the regional
premiere of The Jacksonian by Beth Henley at Ion Theatre Company in San Diego. Nicole co-starred on Season 4 of the Amazon Prime series "Transparent." A week prior to filming Nicole was accepted into the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) School of Drama where she went on to study for four years and in May of 2021 will graduate with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting. While at UNCSA, Nicole played Karlie Quinn, a 19 year old meth addict accused of child neglect of her daughter Luna in "Luna Gale" by Rebecca Gilman, directed by the Dean of the School of Drama Scott Zigler during UNCSA School of Drama’s Main Stage 2019-20 Season. In addition, Nicole played May in "Down in the Face of God" and worked with the playwright Tim J. Lord on the UNCSA main stage, directed by UNCSA Associate Professor Cameron Knight. While at school Nicole was lucky enough to work on many projects lead by students that she was passionate about including a piece about the immigrant experience in the United States during her third year of school with a few of her classmates. To learn more about her other credits please visit her resume on the next page. When not acting Nicole is spending time with her dog named Chicken.
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