Devin Nikki Thomas
Washington DC Native Devin Nikki Thomas is a versatile Actress, Writer and Producer
who has portrayed a wide range of characters. From ditzy Hippie, to psychotic psychiatrist, to novice
detective, Devin enjoys the challenge of developing complex characters for film and television.
Her recent credits include “Dr. Anne Rice” in Unitivity Productions, LLC’s short film Dark Therapy and “Tamela Dennis” in Issa Rae’s Color Creative Black Actress the Web-series. She also recently portrayed “Laureen” in the play “Poof” at Catholic University.
Devin has trained at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory, The Catholic University Theatre Education Program and at the Theatre Lab School for Dramatic Arts and looks forward to studying Improvisational Techniques at the Washington Improv Theatre and at the Upright Citizens Brigade (spring and summer 2015, respectively). She has worked on independent film projects such as “Under the Bourbon Moon”, a short drama for which she was awarded “Best Supporting Actress” for her role as “Jen”, the Sketch Comedy movie “The Aftermath”, as various characters, and as the titular characters “Carom” and “Lily Wilt” in the films “Carom Billiard” and “Wilt”, respectively.
Devin is also combines her training in Public Health with her passion for Theatre as a certified Life Stories Instructor, which helps her create socially conscious content for Unitivity Productions, LLC. She enjoys karaoke, dancing, making people laugh, and practicing conversational Spanish.
Devin looks forward to earning a recurring role on a television series and in feature films opposite industry veterans.