Lydia Nicole is a seasoned actress, comedienne, and producer who has been working in the industry since she was a teenager. At 13 years old she walked into WBLS radio in New York, got her first job in records, and has been growing her skills and picking up more hats all over Hollywood ever since. She has studied with some of the finest acting teachers including Stella Adler, Jose Quintero, and Roy London, whom she studied with for over 9 years.
Lydia’s acting credits include the critically acclaimed film Stand and Delivered and the beloved tv series The Jeffersons, and her producing credits comprise of the first Latina stand up comedy group The Hot and Spicy Mamitas, the documentary Why We Laugh, and the award nominated documentary Making the Five Heartbeats.
Today, Lydia Nicole uses all of her experience and training from the business to help artists navigate the choppy waters of Hollywood with her vlog series Common Sense Mamita. She truly is a multi-talented Hollywood artist that has mastered many areas of the industry, including acting, stand up comedy, coaching, motivating, and producing.
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