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8: A Conversation With – J Nycole Ralph (Actress)

In this episode of "A Conversation With" my guest is J Nycole Ralph, an actress best known for her work on Broadway (The Book of Mormon (written by Matt Stone & Trey Parker, writers of South Park)) and award-winning films alongside Adam Sandler, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Seinfeld and more.

She's not only a sought-after actress but is also an artist-entrepreneurial coach. She has been able to thrive in her career, despite not having a background in business. We discussed how she got started in the industry and much more.

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As one of the top 2% of actors in the industry, J Nycole Ralph loves helping other artists and entrepreneurs make an impact in the world and get paid well to do it! She was making $80K in her 9-5 job but got burnt out and started resenting going to work because it was not her actual dream. She decided to change that, and she proudly boasts that she now makes six figs doing what she absolutely LOVES to do: she’s a Broadway/TV/Film actor and a bad bitch artist-entrepreneurial coach. She loves to help boss divas do what she did and transition from their office job to being a professional BOOKING actress within 12 months, in an eye-opening way without having to put in tons of hours of work.

J Nycole has been living her dream of performing on Broadway and touring around the world for the past several years, telling the heartwarmingly impactful yet hilarious story, The Book of Mormon (written by Matt Stone & Trey Parker, writers of South Park), while also working on several star-studded, award-winning films alongside Adam Sandler, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Seinfeld, Rosario Dawson, and Yara Shahidi, just to name a few. She has also created her own comedic series called Working Out the Kinks, streaming on Black Oak TV, that not only makes you laugh but also uses hair as a vehicle to explore and educate on the differences between black and white culture. Additionally, J Nycole is an executive producer on the American Black Film Festival feature film selection, Lola, the first African-American female boxing movie, starring Taja V. Simpson of The Bold and the Beautiful and Tyler Perry’s Boo 2.

J Nycole is also a certified life coach and theta healer, and her mission is to carry out the legacy of entertaining while empowering and educating- a legacy left to her by her mother and grandparents to whom she gives thanks and honor, for without them, she would not be the woman she is today.

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