Nina Nightingale is a Japanese-Polish actress born and raised in Sydney Australia.
Best known for her flirtatious yet innocent role in the multi-award-winning feature film Innocent Killer. Nina’s first break was her supporting role as Carmen Tim in Australian feature film Irreversible Choices, which led to red carpet premieres in various Australian states.
Nina began acting classes at the age of 8 years old, and eventually undertook training at schools including NIDA, Actors College of Theatre and Television, and Theatre Sports Blue Mountains.
From there, Nina has appeared on ABC Television’s Four Corners, and as a series regular on Australian comedy web-series Posterity as Julia.
Nina’s commercial work include TVCs for KFC, Coca Cola, Foxtel, Qantas, Lipton Ice Tea, Kellogg’s, ClassPass, Metlife Insurance, HLB Mann Judd, and Football Federation Australia.
As of 2019, she has been the presenter and chief brand ambassador at M5859 Apps, Australia’s most established app development studio.
Unique traits: Half Japanese and half Polish.
Hello Au Revoir
Film by Jason Croot Actress
Film by Great Life Studios Dir: John K'ay Carmen Tim Irreversible Choices is a harrowing film that deals with a number of existential themes, including notions of home, family upheaval and personal destruction.
The Net Sum of Life
Film (short) by MzMuffin Niyaki
Film by JCL Productions Dir: Jon-Claire Lee The Book Shop Assistant
Bourne Communication Stills
Print by Greg Bourne Modelling Stills
Film (short) by KB Productions (Action and Adventure) Angela Sparks (lead)
The Tail Job
Film by Turnip Boy Productions Dir: Daniel James Millar and Bryan Moses The Fight Witness Nicholas Moore hires taxi driver Trevor to help catch his fiancé cheating.
Film (short) by KB Productions Alice (lead)
Kellogg's Nutri Grain Commercial
Commercial by FOXTEL Dir: Ken Karpel Dancer
Football Federation Australia Commercial
Commercial A-League Supporter
Lipton Ice Tea Sparkling Commercial
Commercial by Pedestrian.TV Interviewee
theatre sports blue mountains
Actor's College of Theatre and Television
National Institute of Dramatic Art
University of Technology Sydney