Devyn Nekoda
Actor, Dancer
“I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint – and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others.”
– Oprah Winfrey

Devyn Nekoda is a Canadian actress and the newest star of the globally successful SCREAM franchise, playing Anika in the upcoming horror film, SCREAM VI (Paramount). She is one of the core cast members, facing off against one of the most iconic villains of all time, Ghostface. She stars alongside Courtney Cox, Hayden Panettiere, Jenna Ortega, Samara Weaving, and more.

Devyn has also starred in other hit films and TV series. She can be seen in a recurring role on the Netflix hit series Ginny & Georgia as well as in the leading role of Sage on the revolutionary sci-fi hip hop series Utopia Falls (Hulu). She also had a guest role in the Netflix series Grand Army. Recently, she starred as the supporting lead in the film Sneakerella for Disney+. No stranger to leading roles, Devyn joined the “promising young cast” (Hollywood Reporter) of Utopia Falls after two seasons as Vanessa on Backstage (Family Channel/Disney/Netflix). Prior to that, she amassed co-starring appearances on Ghostwriter and Northern Rescue along with recurring roles on Degrassi, The Next Step, and Annedroids, as well as Raising Expectations with Jason Priestley and Molly Ringwald.

Prior to shifting her talents on camera, Nekoda had a formidable dance career at a young age, winning titles at events across North America, touring with Splash’N Boots, and performing with Edyta Sliwinska (Dancing with the Stars). Driven by the determination and discipline of an accomplished dancer, she clinched her first-ever on-camera audition, landing a leading role in American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight, then made her feature film debut in Disney’s The Swap.

Devyn also lent her talents to Mishka, a short film project that has benefited charitable organizations such as Little Warriors, An Ark of Hope for Children, The Unchained Project and Kids Help Phone.