Nina Bergman Information

Nina Bergman

Los Angeles, CA

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Nina Bergman is an actress, singer, songwriter and model. She was born in Denmark and is the granddaughter of Russian actor Pavel Kadochnikov (Ivan The Terrible) Nina spent her early childhood traveling around Europe with her Russian Gypsy grandparents. After her parents divorced she lived with various family members. At 14 she received a scholarship to the musical theatre school Urdang Academy in London. A year later she found herself in Moscow attending the Bolshoi Theatre. From there she went to NYC and got accepted to NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She got her first agent and began booking various jobs in plays, movies, commercials, modeling and also started singing in underground bands.

Being an adrenaline junkie, she found herself making extra money as an amateur boxer which later on helped her book movies like "The Car", a remake by Universal Pictures and the long time awaited "DOOM" movie also with Universal Pictures. Her performance in "Assassin X" earned her the honorable mention award for Best Actress from the AOF International Film Festival for her role as the notorious Trinidad. She starred as "Wonder Woman" directed by Jesse V Johnson starring Timothy V Murphy and Marina Sirtis and also played a cold hearted killer in "The Wayshower" starring Peter Stormare and Eric Roberts. Plus, starring in "Know New Art"; a Newport Beach Film Festival project by the Freise Brothers and Biscuit Filmworks.

Her other work in LA includes starring opposite actors like John Malkovich, David Arquette, Vivica Fox, Ron Perlman. She has done numerous skits on The Late Late show with James Corden and Craig Ferguson, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and hosting various shows like E! Entertainment, Fuse, and The Grammys as a Trophy Girl. Her reality show credits include: Battleground Earth with Tommy Lee and Ludacris. Plus, Hollywoodfruer the Danish acclaimed TV show. A passion for the stage drew her back to her roots as she performed in various plays such as The Cherry Orchard with A Noise Within and her favorite, the portrayal of Marlene Dietrich in Garbo's Cuban Lover with the Macha Theatre. Her theatrical agent introduced her to Paul Anka who shortly after began managing her music career and helped her sign a 6 album contract to Warner Bros. Record with Rob Cavallo. They called her new solo project N.I.N.A. which led to her current band "Letters From The Fire". They released a full length self titled album available everywhere and has been touring promoting the album.

Nina worked on soundtracks for Lions Gates Movies singing the theme song for Catacombs and Repo the Genetic Opera and Sharknado. She sang the end title song in Black Limousine and was the voice on the soundtrack for All about Her. Additionally, she performed live for the World Series and the NCAA College Football Season. Music Videos: She starred in Gnarls Barkley's video Gone Daddy Gone, Sick Puppies video All the Same and Trey Songz Foreigner. She has been seen in over 40 commercials and hundreds of print campaigns. Ranging from La Perla to Apple Computer, Sprite, Nike and her well known Nature Valley and Dos Equis with the Most Interesting Man in the World. Her most recent commercial campaign is the Carl's Jr. Beyond Meat.

Outside of her career, Nina is an avid animal rights activist with an active voice for the ethical treatment of our companions. The lifelong vegan champion for animals, continues to participate in numerous charities.

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