Meet Mx. Nicky E.
Mx. (“Mix”) Nicky Endres has long defied convention. A non-binary transfeminine, genderqueer martial artist and an adopted child, she* has always challenged cultural categories to forge her own way.
As evidenced by her German surname, Nicky is a convergence of contraries: East and West, masculine and feminine, laughter and lethality. With a specialty for gender transformation, she is cast as much for her androgynous look as for her versatility; she is adept in both comedy and drama as well as in characters across the Trans* and gender-fluid spectrum. She may even play masculine-identified characters — provided she doesn’t have to cut her hair.
Nicky has enjoyed a wide variety of roles in theatre, film, and television, including Pushing Daisies, Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23, Sullivan & Son; she is recurring in Netflix’s One Day at a Time.
Nicky grew up in a small town in Wisconsin and majored in English and Theatre at Lawrence University. She enjoys martial arts, stand-up, and graphic design. She is passionate about building bridges with LGBTQ Allies, advocating for sex-positivity & consent, and is deeply devoted to Xena: Warrior Princess.
Nicky is represented by Aperture Talent Agency and Pink Hammer Entertainment Talent Management.
* Nicky identifies as Trans, uses both them/them & she/her pronouns, and uses the gender-inclusive honorific: Mx.
Transfeminine: Often someone assigned-male-at-birth (AMAB) whose gender identity is feminine but who may not identify as unequivocally female (as most binary-identified transwomen do).
Genderqueer: A gender-expansive and inclusive term that describes the breadth of non-binary and non-cisnormative gender identities, including Transgender and Gender-Non-Conforming (GNC) identities.