Meet Mx. Nicky E.
Mx. Nicky Endres has long defied convention. An adopted Asian-American Non-Binary Transfeminine Queer actor, comic, and voice artist with keen comedic timing and a love for auditorily-naturalistic (but visually-nightmarish) compound sentences, they* have long challenged cultural categories to forge their own way. An English/Theatre double-major, Nicky spent most of their liberal arts university education reading, writing, and performing – and after toiling over which of the three was the sexiest way to be a starving artist, went all-in on Hollywood because it snows in New York.
Nicky is a convergence of contraries: East and West, masculine and feminine, pathos and levity. With a specialty for gender transformation, they are cast as much for their androgynous look as for their versatility across the gender spectrum, providing authenticity to multidimensional Queer identities. Although the pitch and texture of Nicky’s signature sultry sonacy can range from baritone to alto, lending itself to characters of all genders, their natural Non-Binary Trans voice isn’t so much a Sound as it is a Perspective.
Nicky has enjoyed a wide variety of roles in TV, film, and theatre — recurring on One Day at a Time (Netflix; PopTV) and with notable guest stars in The Dropout (Hulu) and NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS). Other recent credits include Lucifer (Netflix) and On the Verge (Netflix). Nicky also provides the English-language voice for the starring role of Spanish Trans icon Christina Ortiz Rodriguez in Veneno, the limited series about her life (HBO Max).
Hailing from a small town in Wisconsin, Nicky discovered a passion for dialects — a passion rooted in overcoming their own wholesome Midwestern brogue. Also a DIY maven, graphic designer, and SharePoint architect, Nicky most appreciates the design elements of storytelling, and brings a winsome combination of heart and smart to every project. Nicky’s modern, unpretentious, naturally didactic way of speaking has earned them a reputation as an Edutainer; even their bluest stand-up sets have the unwitting effect of a sex-positive TED talk.
Nicky enjoys martial arts, dark existentialist themes, victories in representation and inclusion, and unicorns. They are passionate about building bridges with LGBTQIA+ Allies, advocating for sex-positivity & consent, and — most of all, and with deep sincerity — Nicky is devoted to Xena: Warrior Princess.
Nicky is represented by Aperture Talent Agency and Pink Hammer Entertainment Talent Management, and by Coast to Coast Talent Group for VO. Direct contact: MxNickyEndres@gmail.com
* Nicky identifies as Trans, uses both them/them & she/her pronouns, and uses the gender-inclusive honorific: Mx. (“Mix”)