Nicole da Silva Poster


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Overview (1)

Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Mini Bio (1)

Nicole da Silva is an Australian actress. She is known for her roles in Wentworth as Franky Doyle and in Southern Star's AFI award-winning drama Rush as Senior Constable Stella Dagostino, for which she received critical acclaim over the show's four-season run. Nicole also gained a Best Actress nomination at the Monte Carlo Television Awards for her role in Carla Cametti PD, as well as a Graham Kennedy Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding New Talent for her role as E.C in Dangerous. Other television roles include East West 101 , All Saints and Doctor Doctor. Da Silva was born and raised in Sydney, Australia on 18 September 1981, and has Portuguese ancestry.

Da Silva is perhaps best known for her role in the SoHo television drama series Wentworth, a reimagining of the classic Network Ten series Prisoner (Prisoner: Cell Block H), which ran from 1979 to 1986. Da Silva portrays Franky Doyle (initially played by Carol Burns in Prisoner), a tough lesbian inmate of Wentworth Correctional Facility fighting for the position of top dog against fellow inmate Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack).

In February 2014, she was announced as the first National Champion of UN Women Australia, for which she supported women's empowerment and gender equality at events around the country. In April 2018, da Silva announced that she is pregnant with her first child and will be due in July 2018.

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Trivia (8)

Began a B. Arts (Communication) at The University of NSW before dropping out to study dramatic arts at the University of Western Sydney (fellow graduates include Ned Kelly's Joel Edgerton).
Speaks some Portuguese, and still has family in Portugal and Brazil.
Family is originally from Portugal.
She has formed a production company, "4 One One", with Wentworth (2013) star Danielle Cormack.
A stage performer as well as a television actress, she appeared in Australian theatrical productions of Kenneth Lonergan's This is Our Youth and Federico Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding.
She co-stars on Wentworth with Danielle Cormack.
Early in her career, she played the recurring role of Sasha Fernandez in the popular Australian drama series All Saints.
She is a native of Sydney, Australia.

Personal Quotes (3)

I'm a big nature geek. I like being out in nature.
I'm constantly in transit for work, and I feel like sometimes my suitcase is the closest thing I have to home. I've become good at living sparsely, and making a hotel room feel like home - putting family photos up on the wall, and a candle can make all the difference.
Wentworth (2013): I had an immediate connection to Franky. I was attracted to the fact that she was so powerful and willing to use that power, even sexual power. She is someone who is so dynamic, but she comes from a really messed-up childhood and that has impacted the way she operates

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