ACTOR, MODEL, PRODUCER, ACTIVIST.
New York Times bestselling author, Nyle DiMarco, has broken down barriers and won over audiences since he burst onto the scene in 2014. Alongside successful television credits, DiMarco is currently producing and developing scripted and non-scripted programming, as well as consulting on disability inclusion and authentic representation.
Behind the scenes, DiMarco executive produced the 2022 Academy Award nominated Netflix short film "Audible" and the 2020 award-winning Netflix docu-series "Deaf U." DiMarco, who is a fourth-generation Deaf person, returned to his alma mater to Executive Produce the Netflix series “Deaf U.” The coming-of-age docu-series follows a tight-knit group of deaf students at Gallaudet University, a renowned private college for the deaf and hard of hearing, giving an unfiltered and unexpected look inside the Deaf community. He is currently in development on several television projects and is producing a feature film about the 1988 Deaf President Now movement.
DiMarco first book "DEAF UTOPIA: A Memoir—And a Love Letter to a Way of Life,” instantly recognized as a New York Times bestseller. The memoir is an inspiring celebration of Deaf culture and an intimate look into the life journey of the global figure we know today.
Activism and philanthropy also play massive roles in DiMarco’s On the acting side, Nyle can be seen on Peacocks Queer As Folk , he has been on Station 19 for ABC, This Close for Sundance Channel, Difficult People for Hulu and Switched At Birth for Freeform.
Activism and philanthropy also play massive roles in DiMarco's life. He has quickly become a well-recognized champion of not only the Deaf community but for disabled people worldwide and is a strong advocate for LGBTQ+ rights. As the founder of The Nyle DiMarco Foundation, he works tirelessly on bilingual education initiatives and aims to improve access to accurate information about early language acquisition. He is also an ally and influencer with the United Nations, further propelling his advocacy and tackling education and accessibility under their 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.