Linda Nile - Bio
Linda is originally from New York City. From the early age of 10, she was heading into Manhattan in search of her dream. She studied voice with Maestro Carlo Menotti for 10 years and performed her one person show from the Lower West Side to the Upper East Side, including Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. She has studied acting with Shirley Stoler and currently for the past 10 years with Salome Jens of the Actor's Studio. Linda is a current member of the Whitefire Theatre Company, under the direction of Bryan Rasmussen and Jake O'Flaherty. Linda's original short, "Needless Markup" premiered at the Whitefire March 2014. Linda will be performing in her 8th round of comedy shorts opening Sept 26, 2017... Linda is also a member of Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills. She starred as the lead in "Meshugeneh", the Musical at the Whitefire Theatre to a SOLD OUT audience .Linda also performed in "Married to the Mob" at the Three of Clubs Nightclub in Hollywood as part of the 2016 Fringe Festival...and has also written her first full length comedy feature, "Needless Markup" with Laura Rosas, a spoof on the retail industry. She just finished wrapping the movie Black Tulip where she plays an evil Madam in a brothel in Amsterdam..Linda also wrapped The Charmed Life of John Weld, playing the infamous Louella Parsons, and the indie Vampire Dad where she plays a nosy neighbor..Stay tuned!