Nevin Bolla is an American actor working mainly in theater and in short films. He has stared in theater performances of "Lone Star" and in the script adaptation from the film"Shame."
Nevin grew up in Los Angeles with his mother, father, older brother, and younger sister. It was in the third-grade that Nevin's third-grade teacher, Miss. Woodley, presented Nevin with a small certificate for being the best performing actor in a play that the whole third-grade class, of Round Meadow Elementary, performed. At the time this was
insignificant to Nevin, but it was the first time someone recognized not only the talent but what his future was going to be before even he knew.
It took Nevin a couple of years after third-grade to realize that Miss. Woodley showed him what his talent was all along. Receiving that tiny certificate was the hidden revelation that Nevin understood what he needed to do.
Unfortunately Nevin's family had no relations in any form within the entertainment industry. At the time his father was working at AT&T and his mother was being a mom. Both his older brother and younger sister had no interest in the entertainment industry as well. With his father seeing acting as a hobby rather than a career, Nevin had no choice but to follow his path alone, physically and financially.
While his father and mother put Nevin in the field of business, Nevin secretly took acting training on the side in order to cultivate his craft. This resulted in Nevin being able to have an understanding of both sides within the entertainment industry rather than solemnly focused only on one.
Nevin has said that there are two rules that everyone should follow if they're starting into this industry with no friends or allies. "Rule 1: Don't trust anyone. If you want to get it done right, you can only trust yourself because only you know what you want. And Rule 2: If you want to be in the entertainment industry, if you can, get a degree in marketing. In a room full of screaming people how can you be heard? For an actor or an actress, becoming a master in marketing will make you see what the industry is selling and make you the one that is able to stand on your desk and say o captain, my captain."
Wing Girlz Co-Star Dir. Walker Hayhes
Restoration Supporting Dir. Zack Ward
Not Your Average Joe Supporting Dir. Dennis Larkin
Still Supporting Dir. Channing Nichols
Ebru Supporting Dir. Jennifer Merchant
I Told You So Supporting Dir. Adrian Driscol
T’s Not Who Lived Here Lead Dir. Patrick Satterfield
Working Lead Dir. Eric Chrisfe
Of The Fields, Lately Lead Dir. Wilfred Hall
Primal Fear Lead I.E Productions
Very Trolly Christmas Supporting Dir. Kurt Schmidt
The Origin of Silent Letters Supporting Dir. John Hall, Jay Nelson
Short Lesson: Remote Customer Service Lead Dir. Self-Made
Boyfriend Challenge #44 Lead Dir. Self-Made
Anxiety Lead Dir. Self-Made
The Thief Lead Dir. Self-Made
Mechanical Coding Lead Dir. Self-Made
9 to 5 Lead Dir. Self-Made
Outsourcing Lead Dir. Self-Made
PVT Wars Silvoi Dir. Ricky Argomaniz
Brighton Beach Memoirs Neil Simon Dir. Eric Chrisfer
Lone Star Ray Dir. Richard Griffin
Shame David Dir. Rebecca Black
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The Actors Training Ground Otis Bell
The Immersion Experience Otis Bell
CSUN Actors and Acting Douglas Kaback
Zydeco, on Camera Acting (18+) June Chandler
Zydeco, on Camera Acting June Chandler
Once close friends, but now face each other over what they need to achieve in the life that they were put into. Both must decide if their goals in life are worth ending the life of the other.
A short film, written and directed by Nevin Bolla
A programmer and an Artificial Intelligence computer server are locked together in a testing room in which one desperately tries to escape. Having a strong connection for one another, both try to reach a piece of serenity in their own lives without destroying each other in the process.
This is Nevin Bolla's first award-winning short screenplay. Storyboard for Disconnect is underway. Stay tuned as more to follow.