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Nikki Cox Biography
- Born in Los Angeles on June 2, 1978, Cox expressed an interest in show business at age four. She was discovered by a prominent dance agent while taking dance classes, which led to her professional debut in the comedy film Mac and Me (1988). Dancing temporarily held center stage with appearances in Michael Jackson s Moonwalker (1988) ; a Los Angeles Music Center Ballet Tour; The Joffrey Ballet; Paula Abdul s video "Forever Your Girl"; "The MTV Awards" and "The Arsenio Hall Show" (1989). At age 10, Cox won her first speaking part in a guest-starring role in "Mamas Family" (1983). Her other television credits included "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987), "Night Court" (1984), "Murphy Brown" (1988), "Baywatch" (1989) and "Boy Meets World" (1993). Cox also had starring roles in The Ryan White Story (1989) and the sci-fi thriller Danger Island (1992) - both television movies. She was also a series regular on NBCs "Someone Like Me" (1994). On the big screen, Cox was featured in the box-office hit Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) and played Gina Cates, Jagger Cates long-lost sister on ABCs "General Hospital" (1963).
Nikki Cox Filmography
- (2011) A Christmas Wedding Tail as Cheri
- (2011) On Set: The Making of 'A Christmas Wedding Tail' as Herself
- (2009) Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust as Jenna (VG) (voice)
- (2009) Lonely Street as Bambi Gamble
- (2008) The Spectacular Spider-Man as Sable Manfredi (voice)
- (2008) The Spectacular Spider-Man as Sable Manfredi/Silver Sable (voice)
- (2007) Fugly as Crystal Stump
- (2006) 1 vs. 100 as Herself - Mob Member
- (2006) Rachael Ray as Herself
- (2005) 50 Hottest Vegas Moments as Herself - Host
- (2005) Ghost Whisperer as Nina Haley
- (2005) Martha as Herself (as Audience Member)
- (2005) NBC Premiere Week Preview as Herself - Hostess
- (2005) TV Land Confidential as Herself - Interviewee
- (2005) Video on Trial as Dancer (archive footage) (uncredited)
- (2004) Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as Herself - Interviewee
- (2003) Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show as Herself
- (2003) Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Herself
- (2003) Las Vegas as Mary Connell
- (2003) Las Vegas as Mary Connell (uncredited)
- (2003) The Jake Effect as Liza
- (2003) The Jake Effect as Liza Wheeler
- (2002) Run Ronnie Run as Kayla
- (2001) Don's Plum as Karen
- (2000) Buzz Lightyear of Star Command as Petra (voice)
- (2000) Nikki as Nikki White
- (2000) Nutty Professor II: The Klumps as Bright Student
- (1999) Passions as Mary Connell
- (1999) The Norm Show as Taylor
- (1999) The Norm Show as Taylor Clayton
- (1998) Sin City Spectacular as Herself
- (1997) Sub Down as Holliday's Girlfriend
- (1996) Pearl as Margaret Woodrow
- (1996) She Cried No as Kellie Salter
- (1996) The Glimmer Man as Millie
- (1996) The O'Reilly Factor as Herself (archive footage)
- (1996) The Steve Harvey Show as Herself
- (1995) The Drew Carey Show as Kristen Carey
- (1995) Unhappily Ever After as Tiffany
- (1995) Unhappily Ever After as Tiffany Malloy
- (1994) Sister, Sister as Herself
- (1994) Someone Like Me as Samantha Stepjak
- (1993) Bloodlines: Murder in the Family as Student #2
- (1993) Boy Meets World as Heather
- (1993) Intimate Portrait as Herself
- (1993) Late Night with Conan O'Brien as Herself
- (1993) The Nanny as Cindy Wentworth
- (1993) The Second Half as Miranda
- (1992) California Dreams as Allison
- (1992) Danger Island as Ariel
- (1991) Davis Rules as Janine
- (1991) Eerie, Indiana as Janet
- (1991) Terminator 2: Judgment Day as Girl
- (1990) A Family for Joe as Carrie Lewis
- (1990) Blossom as Cynthia
- (1989) Baywatch as Charlene 'Charlie' Dupree
- (1989) Baywatch as Charlene 'Charlie' Reed
- (1989) Paula Abdul: Straight Up as Dancer
- (1989) The Ryan White Story as Andrea White
- (1988) Live with Regis and Kathie Lee as Herself
- (1988) Mac and Me as Dancer (uncredited)
- (1988) Moonwalker as Dancer (segment 'Badder')
- (1988) Murphy Brown as Pretty Girl
- (1988) Purple People Eater as Purplette Dancer
- (1987) Star Trek: The Next Generation as Sarjenka
- (1984) Night Court as Toni
- (1983) Mama's Family as Little Iola Boyland
- (1963) General Hospital as Gina Williams #1
Nikki Cox Trivia and Facts
- Was in a long term relationship with comic Bobcat Goldthwait. Some sources claim they were engaged. They met while filming the TV show, "Unhappily Ever After" (1995).
- Elder sister of Matthew Cox , who guest-starred on two episodes of her show "Unhappily Ever After" (1995). He credits her with making him the most popular student at his school.
- Ranked #89 in Stuff magazines "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002)
- Born the same day as Justin Long .
- Named #51 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.
- Engaged to Jay Mohr [February 3, 2006].
- She is the Step-mom of Jays son Jackson.
- Was in a relationship with Kevin Connolly from 1995 until 1998. They met on the set of "Unhappily Ever After" (1995) where they play brother and sister.
- Nikki and Jay Mohr became the parents of a son, Meredith Daniel Mohr, on May 5, 2011, weighing in at 6 lbs. 7 oz. [May 6, 2011].
Nikki Cox Quotes
- "All that some actresses want is for people to take them seriously instead of caring about how they look. For me, Ive worked hard for people to think Im funny." quoted in Playboy (April 2002)
Nikki Cox Photoshoots
- "Playboy" (USA), April 2009, Vol. 56, Iss. 4, pg. 120, by: Michael Germana, "Grapevine: It Just Sounds Sexy"
- "Stuff" (USA), December 2004, Vol. 7, Iss. 12, pg. 106-114, by: G Man, "Fear of Clothing in Las Vegas"
- "Celebrity Skin" (USA), October 2004, Vol. 28, Iss. 133, pg. 30-31, by: staff, "Young, Hot & Nude: Nikki Cox"
- "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2002, Vol. 14, Iss. 9, pg. 78-79, by: staff, "Titters: Nikki Cox"
- "FHM" (USA), October 2001, Iss. 141, pg. 150-157, by: Tony Romando, "Nikki Cox"
Nikki Cox Other Works
- Appears in the music video for 'Shifty' 's song, "Slide Along Side".
- Commercial break teaser for Kids' WB (with 'Kevin Connolly (I)' ; late
- Commercial break teaser for Anamainiacs on Kids' WB (Late 90s)
- Commercial break teasers for Kids' WB (Late 90s)