Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Nicolle Márquez is an actress with performance training achieved in the United States and Argentina. She began her career in Buenos Aires, as a physical theater actor exploring through biomechanics, acrobatics and modern dance.
Currently based in New York City, Nicolle recently graduated with a Master’s Degree in Theater from Hunter College where she focused on the history, theory and practice of theater and the Western avant-garde. Moreover, her curiosity for experimental ways of exploring storytelling and performance has led her to start a dialogue in the world of independent film, both as an actress and filmmaker.
Her most recent work include a lead role in Dawn, a short film by Katherine Castro, Nona Catusano and Liza Gipsova; a supporting role in the feature film Leda (2019) by Samuel Tressler; a lead role in the short film The Widow by Eva Depoorter (2019); directorial work in La Ciudad del Silencio (2019), a documentary short film that is currently in post-production; and a lead role in Secrets of the Old Bridge (2018), an immersive theater performance directed by Astrid Lark.