Nikita T. Hamilton is a writer of ABC's A Million Little Things.


Early LifeEdit

Not much is known about Hamilton's early life. From 2005 to 2009, she studied at the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 2008, she studied abroad at Goldsmiths, University of London. From 2011 to 2017, she attended the University of Southern California, and got a Master's Degree in Arts and a Ph.D. in Communication.[1]


During her studies, Hamilton appeared in some students' short films, including PBPN and Carpe Librum.[2] In 2018, she wrote the short film Call Out Black in which she played the role of Aiden. In 2020, she wrote and appeared in the TV series (Best) Friends. Her character was named Nikita.

In 2019, Hamilton co-wrote an episode of the third season of Freeform's The Bold Type. The next year, she joined the writers room for the fourth season of the series. She acted as a staff writer, and co-wrote the fourth episode of the season.

In 2020, Hamilton wrote an episode of ABC's A Million Little Things.[3]



External linksEdit


  1. Nikita T. Hamilton - LinkedIn Profile, by Nikita T. Hamilton, LinkedIn (June 16, 2020 (retrieved))
  2. Nikita T. Hamilton - Resume, by Nikita T. Hamilton, (June 16, 2020 (retrieved))
  3. The writers room for @AMillionABC has started! Thank you to all the Millionaires for supporting us! #AMillionLittleThings, by DJ Nash, Twitter (May 23, 2020)

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