|Full Name||Nicola Correia-Damude|
|Birth City||Toronto, Canada|
|Filmography||Memory, Haven, Havana 57, The Passionate Eye, The Fifth Estate|
|Education||Etobicoke School of the Arts, Studio 58|
|Date of Birth||June 21,1981|
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Nicola Correia-Damude is an award-winning actress who is popular for her movie Margarita, Havana 57, and Memory. She is also famous for giving her voice-overs for The Passionate Eyes, Afghanada, and The Fifth Estate.
Nicola Correia-Damude was born in 1981, June 21 under the constellation sign, Cancer. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnicity.
Damude was born from a Canadian father and mother from Guyana. She went to the Etobicoke School of the Arts. Then, she enrolled in Studio 58 and later, joined the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre.
Nicola Correia is happily married to her husband, Carlos Gonzalez-Vio. Her spouse is a popular actor who is famous for The Expanse and Designated Survivor.
The couple seems to live their wedding life happily. The duo is so mysterious about their personal life that she even does not release minor information about their private life.
The adorable pair are successful in maintaining the details of their dating, engagement, and marriage in a low profile. They do not share any children but they might have planned about it in the future.
Nicola Correia-Damude owns impressive dollars from her career. Through her earnings, she definitely lives a lavish lifestyle. She has sealed the lips regarding her salary and net worth, but she might earn around $50,313 per year.
Damude’s major sources of earnings are her TV shows and films. Besides that, she also collects more sum of money through different endorsement deals, advertisements and commercials as well.
Nicola entered the glamour world in 2005 appearing in Young Blades. Later, she gradually started to get offers for more works and featured in Memory, Air Emergency, Haven, Remedy, The Strain, Private Eyes, and many more.
Correia rose to fame after her brilliant performances in Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, Annedroids, and The Strain. Furthermore, some of her theatre credits include Coriolanus, Much Ado About Nothing, Serious Money, Stratford Festival, and The Women and Albertine in Five Times.