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Also Known As: Rachel Emily Nichols Died:
Born: January 8, 1980 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Augusta, Maine, USA Profession:

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While growing up in a small town in Maine, Rachel Nichols had zero ambition of becoming a professional actor. A chance occurrence with a modeling scout on the streets of New York City, however, would soon have her starring in advertising campaigns for Abercrombie and Fitch and Guess Jeans. These ad campaigns drew the attention of a New York casting agent, who asked Nichols to read for a small part in the romantic drama "Autumn in New York" (2000), which she ultimately landed. Other roles soon followed, including recurring parts on the television shows "Alias" (ABC, 2001-2006) and "Criminal Minds" (CBS, 2005-), as well as supporting roles in blockbuster movies such as "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009), "Star Trek" (2009) and "Alex Cross" (2012). Thus, in a little over a decade, Nichols' acting career that seemingly began on a whim blossomed into numerous career-defining performances across a broad spectrum of television shows and movies.

While growing up in a small town in Maine, Rachel Nichols had zero ambition of becoming a professional actor. A chance occurrence with a modeling scout on the streets of New York City, however, would soon have her starring in advertising campaigns for Abercrombie and Fitch and Guess Jeans. These ad campaigns drew the attention of a New York casting agent, who asked Nichols to read for a small part in the romantic drama "Autumn in New York" (2000), which she ultimately landed. Other roles soon followed, including recurring parts on the television shows "Alias" (ABC, 2001-2006) and "Criminal Minds" (CBS, 2005-), as well as supporting roles in blockbuster movies such as "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009), "Star Trek" (2009) and "Alex Cross" (2012). Thus, in a little over a decade, Nichols' acting career that seemingly began on a whim blossomed into numerous career-defining performances across a broad spectrum of television shows and movies.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 McCanick (2014)
3.
 Raze (2013)
4.
 Alex Cross (2012)
5.
 Meskada (2010)
6.
 Star Trek (2009)
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10.
 P2 (2007)
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Milestones close milestones

2000:
First film role, a bit part in "Autumn in New York"
2002:
Made TV debut on episode of the HBO show "Sex and the City"
2005:
Had a supporting role in the remake of "The Amityville Horror"
2005:
Joined fifth season of ABC's "Alias" as computer expert Rachel Gibson
2007:
First starring role, the horror film "P2"
2009:
Portrayed Gaila, an Orion Starfleet cadet in J. J. Abrams' "Star Trek"
2009:
Cast as Shana 'Scarlett' O'Hara in the live-action film adaptation of "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra"
2010:
Landed recurring role on CBS' "Criminal Minds" as Ashley Seaver
2012:
First starring role on a television series on SyFy's "Continuum"
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Education

Cony High School: Augusta , Maine -
Columbia University: New York , New York - 2003

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