I'm Nicole Daniels. I am an actress and educator based in Brooklyn, NY.
I was a child historical interpreter, which means I would dress in costume and play children from long ago at Mount Vernon, Fort McHenry and the Star Spangled Banner Flag House. I managed to do some other things in between, like study theatre with youth in non-traditional settings at Hampshire College and write a one-woman play about racism and neighborhood surveillance and graduate from the Acting Program at the William Esper Studio. Now you can find me creating and being part of others films and plays and playing a Sephardic Jewish 14-year-old girl in 1916 and 22-year-old Irish mother in 1869 at the Tenement Museum. You can watch me do the latter work here.