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NINA

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Nina trained at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama and is based between Vienna and London. She speaks English, German and Japanese fluently, and also conversational French and Danish.

 

Following her debut as Wole opposite Academy Award Winner Tim Robbins in Michael Winterbottom’s ‘Code 46’ (BBC/Revolution Films), Nina’s Feature Film credits include Nina in ‘The 11th Hour’ opposite Kim Basinger and Peter Stormare, ‘Ghosthunters’ (Warner Bros.), ‘Hey Bunny’, ‘Superegos’ (Radio Télévision Suisse), Yoon in ‘Silent Resident’, lead role Asami in British Feature Film ‘Shell Shock’, and further lead roles in ‘Fallen Blossoms’, ‘A Low Life Mythology’ and ‘Polder’.

 

Nina made her Television debut as Series Regular Connie in Season 2 of ‘Blue Murder’ (ITV) alongside Caroline Quentin and Jim Carter. Her extensive Television credits have since included Guest Leads in ‘Fast Forward’ (ORF - Austria), ‘Hubert ohne Staller’ (ARD - Germany), ‘Der Kriminalist’ (ZDF - Germany), ‘Cop Stories’ (ORF - Austria), ‘Pastewka’ (Amazon Prime), ‘Kommissar Stolberg’ (ZDF - Germany) and also as Sharon in Television Movie ‘Weichnachtsengel Küsst Man Nicht’ (ZDF/ORF -Germany/Austria).

 

Shortly after graduating, Nina made her London stage debut as Sandra in ‘The Bethlehem Diaries’ at The Royal Court Theatre. Her other Theatre credits include ‘The Chair Women’ for Scarlet Theatre and Domino in ‘Dream Story’ at Josefstadt Theatre, Vienna.

 

She also played Sayoko in BBC Radio Drama ‘After The Quake’.