Kiara Nickson is a well-rounded performer who has grown up in the performing arts world. As soon as she could walk, she has nurtured a strong love and passion for both acting and dance. Her pure dedication and determination as well as a bright personality are what make her stand out from the crowd.
Kiara is formally trained in both stage and screen performing, and skilled in a vast number of dance styles in addition to acrobatics, and choreography. She has completed the foundation course at The Howard Fine Acting Studio and has trained in the Suzuki method. Her dance study includes both Cechetti and Vaganova Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Modern, Broadway, Tap and Musical Theatre. She has performed with the Victorian State Ballet in 2017, as well as at the Rod Laver Arena for the AFL players revue musical special in 2018 and at the MCG supporting the Alannah & Madeline foundation.
Kiara will stop at nothing to achieve her dreams and is always passionate and fully dedicated to anything that she puts her mind to. As someone who is always willing to learn new things and further herself in every way she can, she is a very quick learner and happy to take on any challenge.