Born Nikola Roumeliotis under the sign of Taurus on 8 May 2000, in Toronto, Canada, Nikki Roumel is a 22-year-old Caucasian actress of Greek origins. She’s best recognized around the planet thanks to playing the roles of Young Georgia Miller and Teenage Georgia Miller in Sarah Lampert’s popular comedy-drama TV series entitled “Ginny & Georgia.” She’s enjoyed moderate success in front of the camera lens since starting her career in the entertainment industry in 2013.

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Early life & education: An aspiring child

Nikki was raised alongside her older sister Talia, by an entrepreneur father named Dino Roumel, and Greek housewife mother Tamara Smit Roumeliotis, who appear to have been rather supportive of her creative endeavours, considering the early age she was at upon entering the limelight. More specifically, the young actress seemed to be really interested in screenwriting, and tried her best to become self-taught in the craft by eight years of age. Over the years it seems she stopped working on that dream in particular, and became dedicated to a much broader and easily accessible sense of being part of the creative crowd.

The actress attended John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute in Guelph, in her birth city, where the additional drama classes and other creative workshops served to boost her already developed freedom of expression, allowing for an easier breakthrough among the would-be screen stars. She matriculated in 2018, and enrolled in Wildfrid Laurier University so as to attend a film program and expand her area of expertise for the industry she wanted to thrive in. It’s unclear whether she’s still in pursuit of a degree there in late 2023, as the actress hasn’t updated the audiences regarding her academic pursuits.

Career: Stardom from a young age

Roumeliotis was only 13 upon her inaugural appearance in front of the audience, having secured and realized the role of Kendra in 2013’s short film entitled “Anaphylaction.” The reason for her following two-year hiatus is yet to be determined, as some believe she had to dedicate more time to school, while others are of the opinion that she simply couldn’t get any other roles. Nikki’s next part was Amber, in an episode of a horror-documentary series based on stories actually told by those who supposedly saw the impossible, entitled “Paranormal Witness.” In spite of the show’s high IMDB rating, it doesn’t look to have received that much praise, since only has it listed for watching.

Nikki took her customary two-year break after that role as well, then showing up as Sibyl Sadik in an episode of David Guggenheim’s significantly popular and well-praised action drama entitled “Designated Survivor,” made on the very interesting topic of a low-level member of cabinet becoming US President after everyone who outranks him ends up dead. She was seen again in 2018, this time portraying the Cheer Captain in an episode of the family musical TV series entitled “Holly Hobbie.” Finally, her most significant realized project to date is the aforementioned comedy-drama “Ginny & Georgia.”, in which she’s played two characters since its inception in 2021, appearing in 19 out of its 22 total episodes, the latest on 5 January 2023.

The success of this show is more than instrumental to Nikki’s attempt at becoming recognized throughout the world, as it’s by far the most significant project she’s been involved with since her career started. It won three out of its six nominations, among which is also a Primetime Emmy award. However, Roumel herself wasn’t set to be part of the crew receiving either of those, though she does have her own prize sitting at home regardless. She won the Joey Award in Vancouver in 2018 for her contribution to that one episode of “Designated Survivor,” in the Best Actress in a Principal Role in a Television Series – 13-17 Years category.

With all that being said, she hasn’t thus far been seen in even one long-metre movie, but that’s about to change, as she’s set to appear in another three titles, all of which are such. There’s no accurate release date for any of them, as all three are in post-production. Nikki will be playing Sarah in a horror film entitled “The Cousin,” another character in “This Too Shall Pass,” and most importantly Maven, the lead female role in “You Don’t Belong Here”; the film revolves around amateur crime scene explorers encountering the actual events of the murder they were researching, at which point things become very complicated.

Love life: Does she have a boyfriend?

In spite of having regular interactions with her fans, and exhibiting a very down-to-earth disposition, Roumel hasn’t been keen on divulging much about herself, even leaving her education out of the information she’s chosen to share with the public.

There are no social media posts that would indicate anything about her relationship status either, as something of sorts would surely have popped-up when The Tab analysed her Instagram profile, but all they could conclude was that she loves traveling. The actress is apparently single, and hasn’t even been in a relationship as far as anyone is aware.

Working her magic

In spite of it being a fact that Nikki is yet to have her true breakthrough, as only one of her roles has proven significant so far, her colleagues enjoy working with her and appreciate the adolescent’s contribution to the filming and storyline. This was confirmed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, whereby Brianne Howey, who plays the adult Georgia Miller, was asked her opinion on a number of topics related to the show’s production.

The question about how the scenes with her character’s younger version aid the series’ creation process received a very positive answer, with Brianne asserting that she loves what Roumel does on the set, praising her work in building the character’s backstory. She added that Nikki’s performance helps a lot with bringing the personality they portray much closer to the audience, both through the way she speaks and the actual words she says.

What is Nikki Roumel’s net worth?

Some of the most credible sources estimate the young actress’ total accumulated wealth at close to $1 million, made through impersistent but continuous contributions to TV and film productions since starting her career in 2013, and the most significant increase on that front was undoubtedly achieved through the two roles of Georgia Miller from “Ginny & Georgia.” Her earnings are expected to dramatically increase if one of her future projects explodes with popularity, but at this rate it doesn’t appear that she’ll be extremely wealthy in the near future, at least by colleague comparison.

Body measurements: What is Nikki’s height?

Roumel has what most would describe as a petite figure, standing at 5ft 5ins (165cms) tall and weighing a negligible 116lbs (53kgs), with vital statistics of 32-24-35, adorned with dyed blond hair (her natural is dark brown, like her eyes) and a somewhat pale complexion, though she loves to put on a tan.

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