Nicole Beharie is an acclaimed actress, singer, and graduate of Julliard Drama School. She is known for an esteemed body of work in television and film, including The Express, American Violet, Shame, 42, Monsters And Men, Black Mirror: Striking Vipers, and Miss Juneteenth.
While at Juilliard, Beharie landed the female lead in Universal’s American sports film, The Express. In the same year, Beharie had her debut performance in the independent film, American Violet, playing the lead and starring opposite Alfre Woodard. Shortly afterward, Beharie continued her trajectory in the industry by working with heavy hitters such as director Steve McQueen, on Shame, opposite Michael Fassbender. Next, she played the iconic Rachel Robinson in the Jackie Robinson biopic, 42, opposite Chadwick Boseman and Harrison Ford. In the Sundance award-winning film, Monsters And Men, Beharie was opposite John Davis Washington and Anthony Ramos. In television, Beharie has taken her craft to new heights in Netflix’s psychological cult hit, Black Mirror, opposite Anthony Mackie and Hulu’s new anthology series Monsterland. Most recently, Beharie can be seen in her critically acclaimed performance in Miss Juneteenth.