Nicole Elizabeth Berger was born on November 27, 2003, in New York City and is a multi-talented actress, model, singer and pianist.
Nicole is known for her roles in the films All At Once (2016), Prescient (2015), The Longest Week (2014) and Goldberg, P.I. (2011). Nicole filmed The Place of No Words, Runt, Clover and Ali’s Realm, the majority of which are set to be released in 2019. She has nine movie credits, including six with major roles.
Nicole’s parents are Dr. Harvey J. Berger and Chrysanthi C. Berger. Harvey Berger is an entrepreneur, physician-scientist and philanthropist. He currently serves as the Governing Trustee at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Chrysanthi Berger is a philanthropist and violinist with advanced degrees from the Manhattan School of Music. Chrysanthi has also served as concertmaster at LaGuardia High School of Music and Art.
Nicole began a career in modeling and print advertising when she was young, and worked for Toys “R” Us and Saks Fifth Avenue. At 5 years old, Nicole began studying piano and violin, and soon realized her love of acting and singing.
In 2016, Nicole was cast as the lead in All At Once, which tells the story of a young artist who takes in his best friend’s daughters after their parents died in the 9/11 attacks. Nicole plays the younger of the two daughters, Grace. The film premiered at the Napa Valley Film Festival in 2016 and was released in March 2018.
In 2017, Nicole filmed Clover, a comedic crime drama and played the movie namesake, a young girl named Clover.The film also featured Jon Abrahams, Jessica Szhor, and Tichina Arnold.
In 2018, Nicole was cast as the fairy Esmeralda, a lead role in the fantasy-reality film, The Place of No Words. This film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2019 and debuted internationally at the Munich Film Festival.