Nicole Day is an actress and filmmaker living in LA. Her TV credits include Black-ish on ABC, The Mentalist on CBS, and a pilot for Adult Swim, where she played an under-enthused morgue worker named Hope. Her UCB credits include What's Going On? with Mike Mitchell, Bing Crosby's Christ-mas Spectacular, Psycho Billy Gore Circus, Late Night With Frankenstein, Teddy Roosevelt's Presidential Funk Pad, The UCB Variety Hour, Manson Family Singers: Summer of Love, Celebrity Barf Machine, Sketch Showdown, Sketch Cram, Cagematch, Let's Do This, Sketch Showdown, Not Too Shabby, Spank Shows and has improvised in the '11, '12, '13 Del Close Marathon. Nicole also performed at the '13 Chicago Improv Festival. She was on the IO West Harold team Sherman and a member of the IO West house sketch team Time Capsule. She's trained through UCB, IO West, The Groundlings, The Improv Space and The Miles Stroth Workshop. Nicole directed and executive produced the feature documentary Underground Comedy, which will be finished in 2017. Her other feature documentary, The Architects of our Future Culture, wrapped production in 2015. She has several other projects currently in production. Represented by Aur-Aelion Israel with Almond Talent (Theatrical) and Laura Soo-Hoo with Reign Talent (Commercial).