Niko Koshet is an actress who works in film, television and theatre.

Niko was born in Israel and relocated with her family to the United States as a child due to her fathers career as a pilot and commander in the Israeli Air Force.

Niko debuted as a performer with the Montgomery school of ballet (USA). She appeared in plays and shows throughout her childhood in Israel and The United States.

At eighteen Koshet enrolled in the Israeli Defense Force, as part of her birth country’s mandatory military requirement.

Niko chose to serve in the Israeli Air Force as a personal tribute to her father.

Following her honorable discharge, Niko relocated to the United States where she took advantage of an exciting opportunity to join the acclaimed Circle In The Square two-year program for actors in New York City. While studying, Niko worked and performed with some of New York’s most respected acting coaches, directors and actors (Among the program’s alumni list: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Justin Kirk, Felicity Huffman and Kevin Bacon).

After graduation, Niko began working on the New York stage, in productions as varied as Arthur Miller's After The Fall (read review), The Vagina Monologues, and The Seagull.

Returning to Los Angeles to pursue film and television work, Niko has been showing incredible diversity as an actress in projects such as Showtime’s DEXTER, The Arsenio Hall Show (opening skit/ improv) and Amazon’s Bosch.

Most recently, Niko was cast in the highly anticipated HBO dark comedy, The Brink (starring Jack Black and Tim Robbins) in which she plays a young, spirited girl working for the Israeli government.

The director Keith Gordon, who worked with Koshet on DEXTER, described the experience: “Niko was so gracious and did such a great job in such difficult circumstances (playing an all-American girl who falls victim to horrific sexual abuse). What she did was spectacular.”

Koshet is based in Los Angeles and represented by Bohemia Talent locally and ADD talent Internationally.