Nicole "Niqui Love" Lovince is an American actress known for her scene stealing roles and powerful vocal range. Born and raised in New Orleans, LA to Thomas Lovince, DCC executive dean, and Brucetta (McClue), author and educator. She inherited her performance spirit from her father who was the lead singer and keyboardist of the band (The Creators). At an early age she performed on major and minor stages via stage plays, festivals, and events in and around Louisiana. With the assistance of a full academic scholarship Lovince attended Bowling Green State University. She graduated Cum Laude with a BA in film production and a minor in broadcasting. Since graduating, she has been actively working in the entertainment industry as an actress, vocalist, casting director and assistant director.
Lovince first appeared in roles on MTV's Worst Prom Ever (2011) and Pitch Perfect (2012). More recently, Nicole appeared in NCIS: New Orleans, and several films, including: Breathe (2017), Skin In The Game (2018), Guilty (2018), A Quiet Storm (2018), and the TV series: Mrs. Fitzgerald Is Missing (2018). Nicole would love you to stop by her IMDB page and check out her entire filmography and information.