N'yomi Stewart


Greenville, S.C.

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Jessica Morgulis



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Chris Stego, Bill Veloric, & Benjamin Carnegie





Stewart Talent, Commercial Representation

Alison Quartin & Phil Cassese



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N’yomi is a native of Greenville, South Carolina but is happy to have called UNCSA and Winston-Salem her home for the past four years. A graduate of the SC Governor’s School of the Arts and Humanities, where alumni include Teyonah Parris, Danielle Brooks and Nicole Beharie, N’yomi is lucky to have found inspiration at a young age in such influential black women in the industry. Her UNCSA theatrical credits include the leading role of D in “Down in the Face of God” directed by Cameron Knight, and currently Diane in “Neaptide” directed by Ticket Knowlton. N’yomi is also no stranger to the camera; her short film debut, “Stallion” earned her the “Best Actor” award at the Castel Volturno Movie Festival in Castel Volturno, Italy, while earning itself an official Selection at the Brighton & Hove Pride LGBTQ+ Festival and a nomination at the IndieX Film Festival in Los Angeles. 

Outside of acting, N’yomi is interested in creating her own work. She is a creator who believes what she does makes the world a better place, a listener who’s learning to be better every day, and a collaborator who wants to explore the depths of humanity forever.

Check out her website for more! 

Current/upcoming projects:

  • Co-creator, writer, and leading role in independent film “The Place of All Places” directed by Zachary Smith
  • Supporting role of “Diane” in UNCSA Drama’s production of “Neaptide” directed by Ticket Knowlton

Additional Work

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