Nelcie Souffrant is an American actress of Haitian decent, she speaks both English and Haitian Creole fluently. Nelcie started acting because of her fifth grade librarian who ecouraged her to compete in the district wide story telling competition. Nelcie came in Second place in the two consecutive years she competeted. Nelcie studied Meisner at Nassau Community College and also attended Broolyn College for Theatre.
Nelcie is known for her lead role in the short film "Young Stan" which she was nominated for the "Achievement in Acting" award at the SoCal Film Festival 2013. She also starred in the short film "Transporter" which went to the semifinals in the Ron Howard Project Imagination Contest 2013 which also starred Taimak from the "Last Dragon". Nelcie debuted on the Discovery ID channel for her lead role of Tiana on the episode "Killer Cousin". Nelcie is currently starring in and producing her first feature "Between
the Pacific & the Atlantic" which films in 2014.
Nelcie was accepted to Stellar Adler where she plans on taking classes in the near future. Nelcie is currently taking classes with Aleta Chappelle and Marc John Jeffries in New York where she continues to polish her acting. With her passion, tenacity, drive, work ethic, humility and talent, she will take Hollywood by storm.
Name: Nelcie Souffrant
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Actor and Producer
Unique traits: Dimples
Nominated "Achievement in Acting" Award SoCal Film Festival
CUNY Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY)