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Daily Inspiration: Meet Nicole Lovince

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nicole Lovince. She and her team share their story with us below:

Nicole “Free The Unicorn” Lovince is a multi-hyphenate talent known for her scene-stealing roles and powerful vocal range. 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. Later on, she attended and graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) summer program in London, UK with a concentration in Shakespeare. Since she has been actively working in the entertainment industry as an actress, vocalist, casting director, producer, writer, and content creator. She song writes, produces, and performs original music under the name “Free The Unicorn” in the alternative metal pop r&b genre. Nicole has been featured in such film and tv projects as Pitch Perfect, Netflix’s Dear White People, and NCIS New Orleans. Sharing the big screen with stars such as Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Monique, and Brendan Fraser. She has performed live in front of a collective audience of upwards of 30,000 people. What makes Nicole special is that she has an extensive background in on camera acting and hosting, live stage performance and speaking and content creation. She has worked with acclaimed film and television directors as Jason Moore, Patrick Ian Polk, and James Whitmore Jr. Nicole is a two time acceptee into the prestigious Harvardwood Writing Modules with two original tv pilots. Her most recent venture has been the launch of her company “The Goddess Bath Experience”. The upheaval of Covid 19 allowed her to step fully into her spiritual gifts. A side of herself that has own been known by her closet relationships. In addition to her full-time professional performance career she now helps women from diverse backgrounds create and learn to sustain a ritual self-care practice called “The Goddess Bath”. By curating goddess bath subscription boxes and digital/live ceremonies that include the products and a ritual that leads women to experience inner transformation.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
The biggest struggle has been getting out of my own way. This feels really edgy to share publicly but I have struggled with confidence issues pretty much my entire life. Overcoming self-sabotaging behaviors and doing the work to heal my childhood trauma has not been an easy road. I used to think that if I booked a certain type of role or if I had a certain amount in the bank then all would be right in the world. I started to realize that no matter how much I was accomplishing there was still this void I could not seem to fill. I still could not see myself the way I desired to see myself. Sometimes it can be so easy to blame the outside world and the people in our lives for our current circumstances. To go deep inside and realize that your world is a direct reflection of how you feel about yourself can truly be a hard pill to swallow if you are not prepared for the answer. To date, I have done so much inner work to heal so that I can feel complete and whole in my life no matter what the circumstance. We are truly the masters of our universe fully capable of co-creating the life we desire to live every single day. I have reached a point in my life where I can allow my faith to be bigger than my fear. Trusting that every challenge or lesson is only a setup for my blessing.

Appreciate you sharing that. What else should we know about what you do?
I am a full-time artist entrepreneur and I consider myself a multi-hyphenate talent. I can be found as an actress in film, tv, theatre, and commercial projects. I am most notably known for my role as Kori in Pitch Perfect. Currently, I am in the new and final season of Netflix’s “Dear White People” as Addy in episode 7. I am acting and singing in this role which brings so much joy to my heart when I am able to use more than one of my talents in one project. I am also in 3 features that are currently on Amazon Prime; Five Women In The End (lead actress role of Stacy Beals, producer), Skin In The Game (role of Rachel), 9th Ward Justice (supporting role of Shameka). As a singer-songwriter, I produce and perform under the name “Free The Unicorn”. My music can be found on all major music platforms including all major social media platforms. I am also a featured singer on a collaboration album called Fire and Water produced by Jeff Gold Music and written by Shanna Forrestall! Recently I have been hosting FREE monthly digital full moon manifestation circles for women. This is what I almost proud of at the moment. In these circles, I am teaching women to use a self-care practice to manifest the life they desire all while healing from past trauma. During the full moon circles, we meditate, journal, and share. I curate a goddess bath recipe for each circle so each participant can have guide to starting this ritual in their lives.

How can people work with you, collaborate with you or support you?
Please subscribe to my email list to work with me, collaborate with me, or support me! I am easier to find on Instagram! Let’s connect and go from there! For acting, I will refer you to my management team.

For The Goddess Bath Experience inquiries reached via email or the company IG page! I am available for community, corporate, and university events.

For all music inquiries please connect with me via email or my personal IG page.


  • The Goddess Bath Healing Bundle is $197

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Sara Lee Saleh Michael Whitehurst Michael Round

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