• Nichole Bloom is an American model and actress with a net worth of $500,000.
• She is of Irish and Japanese descent and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area.
• She began her acting career at 14 and has since appeared in several films, television projects, and video games.
• Her most notable role is Cheyenne Thompson in the series "Superstore" and she has also voiced and provided motion capture for the video game "Until Dawn".
• She is active on social media and is an avid fan of dogs.
Known for movies
Who is Nichole Bloom?
Nichole Sakura O’Connor was born on 15 December 1989, in Santa Clara County, California, USA, and is a model as well as an actress, probably best known for her portrayal of the sales associate Cheyenne Thompson in the television series entitled “Superstore”. She’s been active in the industry since 2010, and has appeared in several television projects.
The Riches of Nichole Bloom
How rich is Nichole Bloom? As of early-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $500,000, earned through a successful career as an actress. She’s also worked on several films and video game projects. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Nichole is of Irish and Japanese descent, with her mother hailing from Japan. While she was born in Santa Clara, she grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a child, she enjoyed recreating characters she saw on television and film, and doing funny voices, and decided at the age of 14 that she wanted to pursue a career as an actress. She begged her parents to help her get an agent, and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.
She attended Santa Susana High School located in Simi Valley, and after matriculating enrolled at the University of Southern California, where she studied theater, and managed to complete her degree in just three years. According to her, it was difficult to gain entry into university plays, so she focused most of her time trying auditions outside of school. Eventually, she managed to gain a few projects, starting with several independent short films.
She began her career in 2010 with the short film “Everyday”, and then starred in another independent project entitled “Carpool” in which she worked with Andy Dulman. In 2012, her fame increased significantly when she was cast in the film “Project X”, which follows three friends who try to earn popularity by throwing a party which eventually escalates beyond their control – numerous cast members were taken from an open casting call to introduce fresh faces with few acting credits. Filming took place in Los Angeles and was presented in a found footage home video style. The film was commercially successful, gaining over $100 million on a $12 million budget, but critical reception of the film was mixed, with some stating that the film promoted bad behavior, while others called it thrilling. A string of large scale parties which ended up in the hands of police followed, many blaming these on the film’s success.
More opportunities opened up for her, and she stared in the independent film “Model Minority” which won awards at several film festivals, including the London Independent Film Festival, Sacramento Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. After several more independent projects, she began gaining guest roles in television shows such as “Teen Wolf” and “Grey’s Anatomy”.
We got chemistry. #americanapparel pic.twitter.com/TrxOLJ6I
— Nichole Bloom (@nichole_bloom) September 12, 2012
In 2014, Nichole was cast in a recurring role in the television series “Shameless”, which is based on the British series of the same name, but set on the South Side of Chicago and is filmed throughout the city as well as in Los Angeles. She appeared in the show for 17 episodes spanning two years, meantime being involved in other projects, including the video game “Until Dawn” in which she provided the voice as well as the motion capture.
The video game follows a group of teenagers who decide to have a weekend holiday in a cabin on a mountain, exactly a year after two of their group disappeared from the mountain; the video game received a lot of praise for its design, visuals, music, story, voice acting and gameplay. In 2015, she gained one of her most notable roles, in the television series entitled “Superstore” which is about a group of employees working at a fictional big box store. A few of her latest projects include the film “Teenage Cocktail” in which she had the lead role of Annie Fenton. She also worked on the film “Lazer Team 2” and the series “OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes”.
For her personal life, not much is known in terms of any of Bloom’s romantic relationships. Sources state that she is single, and there have been no details regarding any past relationships, as it seems that she is keeping that aspect of her life away from the public.
Similar to numerous actresses, she is highly active online, having accounts on several social media websites including Instagram and Twitter. She posts a lot of photos on Instagram, including on the set of “Superstore”. She also does a lot of promotion through her accounts, and posts comedic content, plus she is an avid fan of dogs as evident from some of her posts. Her Twitter account functions in the same manner, as it promotes a lot on her work of “Superstore”, and other promotional videos and photos. She also posts some of her daily thoughts, though there are times when she takes a break from posting due to her work commitments. There are numerous videos of her available through the website YouTube.
|Full Name||Nichole Bloom|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Movies||Teenage Cocktail, Model Minority, Project X, Guest Appearances|
Social profile links
|Lazer Team 2||2018||post-production||Maggie|
|Teenage Cocktail||2016||Annie Fenton|
|Guest Appearances||2016||TV Mini-Series||Riley|
|Self Promotion||2015||TV Movie||Winter|
|Until Dawn||2015||Video Game||Emily (voice)|
|Grey's Anatomy||2014||TV Series||Leanne|
|Teen Wolf||2014||TV Series||Rinko|
|Kiko in America||2013||Short|
|Lazy Me||2012||TV Series short||Lucy|
|Model Minority||2012||Kayla Tanaka|
|Project X||2012||JB's Girl|
|Carpool||2011/I||Short||Rachel (as Nichole O'Connor)|
|Everyday.||2010||Short as Nichole O'Connor|
|Special Delivery II||2010||Short||Nicole|
|Kiko in America||2013||Short co-director|
|Kiko in America||2013||Short writer|
|Kiko in America||2013||Short producer|
|2013||Festival Prize||London Independent Film Festival||Best Micro-Budget Feature||Model Minority (2012)|
|2012||Special Jury Prize||VC FilmFest - Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival||Best Newcomer||Model Minority (2012)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia