• Danielle Patricia Nicolet is an American television and film actress
• Started her career in 1991 and is known as one of the most consistent performers in the movie industry
• Gained stardom with roles in “Loaded Weapon 1” and “3rd Rock from the Sun”
• Has also ventured into the world of voice acting for animations and video games
• Has a net worth of $500,000, as of August 2019
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$500 Thousand|
|Date Of Birth||November 24, 1973|
|Fact||Took up gymnastics in first grade.|
- 1 Who is Danielle Nicolet?
- 2 Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Ohio
- 3 Career Beginnings: Family, Matters, Loaded Weapon 1, Shadow of Doubt and More
- 4 Becoming a Star: 3rd Rock from the Sun, Dead Punkz, Race and More
- 5 More Recent Works: The Game, The Flash, Born Again Virgin and More
- 6 Voice Acting
- 7 Personal Life: Is Danielle Nicolet Married? Does She Have Any Children?
- 8 Body Measurements: How Tall is Danielle Nicolet?
- 9 Net Worth: How Rich is Danielle Nicolet?
- 10 Social Media Presence
- 11 General Info
- 12 Accomplishments
- 13 Social profile links
- 14 Facts
- 15 Pictures
- 16 Movies
- 17 Awards
Who is Danielle Nicolet?
Born under the fire sign of Sagittarius, on 23 November 1973, in Ashtabula, Ohio, USA, Danielle Patricia Nicolet is an American television and film actress, known for being one of the most versatile actresses in all of Hollywood. Many fans know her for playing the lead role in “Born Again Virgin”. In the show, she is a middle-aged woman who vows to stay away from men after suffering heartbreak too many times to count. Danielle is also praised for her roles as Caryn in “3rd Rock from the Sun” and Paula in “Second Time Around”. In addition to appearing in films such as “Loaded Weapon 1”, “Race” and “Rockers”, she has also ventured into the world of voice acting – many animations and video games have been boosted by her iconic voice. With her first acting credit being in 1991, Danielle is known as one of the most consistent performers in the movie industry, and hasn’t shown any signs of stopping even after 28 years.
Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Ohio
Born Danielle Particia Briggs, she was raised in rural Ohio with a younger brother named Rick, by their mother Patricia Rose, was an actress and casting director; nothing is known about their father. Young Danielle had the opportunity of seeing her mother rehearse lines and prepare scripts on an almost daily basis, and it was precisely this ritual that made this future actress start taking an interest in the inner workings of movies and TV shows. At one point she watched several films a day, just to practice and observe how professional actors handled the demands of each role.
However, when she was six years-old, Danielle developed a liking for gymnastics; she was really good and her coaches predicted a bright future ahead of her. There was just one problem – rural Ohio offered only limited opportunities, so Nicolet moved to Southern California to attend school, and work with the best gymnastics trainers.
However, serious injuries caused her to reconsider her sporting dreams, and after she matriculated from an unspecified high school in 1991, she quickly turned towards her first love – acting. This time, there would be no obstacles to prevent her from achieving stardom.
Career Beginnings: Family, Matters, Loaded Weapon 1, Shadow of Doubt and More
Danielle started her career straight from high school. She was already situated near Hollywood and had some connections, which lead to her first role in 1991, being cast as Vonda Mahoney in the legendary sitcom “Family Matters”. With a fairly important role in three episodes, she was quickly noticed – critics praised her chemistry with Jaleel White, who played the ever-lovable Steve Urkel. Afterwards, in 1992, she would go on to have a supporting role in “The Jacksons: An American Dream”, which is a mini-series about the formation of The Jackson Five.
However, her breakthrough came in 1993, when she played the crazy Debbie Luger in “Loaded Weapon 1”; such roles would eventually become her trademark. Not many actors at the time were specialized in taking on “unpredictable” characters, making Danielle a unique “phenomenon” in the world of acting. We could also see her in “Step By Step”, “Where Truth Lies”, “Diagnosis Murder” and “Fall Into Darkness”. In 1996’s “The Prince”, she even played a sophisticated prostitute, which is considered one of her best roles to date. “In the House” and “Shadow of Doubt” were also important for the development of her career.
Becoming a Star: 3rd Rock from the Sun, Dead Punkz, Race and More
If “Loaded Weapon 1” was her breakthrough role, then “3rd Rock from the Sun” was the show that propelled her to stardom.
She assumed the part of Caryn, a friend of the main characters, and even though she didn’t carry too many plotlines, fans loved her sense of humor and general weirdness in front of the camera. Around this time, she also appeared in “Dead Punkz” and “Race”, two classic but heavily criticized movies of the late 1990s.
The beginning of the new millennium was an eventful period for Danielle, as she took on roles in “Stargate SG-1”, “For the People”, “Half and Half” and more. While she wasn’t able to star in a Hollywood blockbuster, she became one of the best known supporting actresses, and a fan favorite. In 2004, she landed the part of Paula in “Second Time Around”. The show centered around an African-American couple remarrying, and featured Nicolet and her usual comedic genius. In a supporting role, she excelled and garnered rave reviews for her performance.
“Heartland”, “The Starter Wife” and “All of Us” are seen as her most important achievements of the late 2000s, as she had successful recurring roles in all three shows.
More Recent Works: The Game, The Flash, Born Again Virgin and More
After her 2009 appearance in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, Danielle toned it down a bit. However, she was still able to land some pretty significant roles, and give her fans a formidable display of talent. In the fairly popular comedy “Family Tools”, she plays the quirky and somewhat crazy Stitch Bitchette, appearing in all ten episodes of the show. We could also see her in “Kay and Peele”, as well as “Elementary” and “All Stars”. She particularly impressed upon landing the part of Yana in “The Game”, a comedy about a group of women who are dating or married to professional football players, and how can we forget “Born Again Virgin” and her impeccable performance as Jenna.
In addition to her usual character profiles, Danielle also managed to reinvent herself. By assuming the role of District Attorney Cecille Horton in “The Flash”, she endeared herself to younger fans, too. As is the case with all important DC Comics Universe characters, Nicolet was also featured in “Supergirl” and “Arrow” in the same role. Unlike most people in the industry, Danielle has managed to constantly evolve and remain relevant for almost thirty years.
One of the main reasons why Danielle wanted to tone it down with acting is that she developed an infatuation with voice acting. Today, she is one of the most versatile voice actresses in Hollywood, having the ability to seamlessly switch between roles in a matter of days. Her first experience with voice acting was in the hit video game “H.A.W.X.2”, and almost immediately afterwards, she would have the honor of voicing Storm in Marvel’s animated series “The X-Men”.
— Danielle Nicolet (@DaniNicolet) February 19, 2016
With “Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison “, she had her first taste of anime voice acting. In “NFL Rush Zone”, she voiced Sandra, then 2013 saw her involved in a number of video games, such as “Grand Theft Auto V”, “Saints Row IV” and “Lego Marvel Super Heroes”; basically, there isn’t a popular game with at least some traces of Danielle’s voice in it. With a new path in her career, she had reinvented herself again, and became an even more important figure in Hollywood. Not many people have the privilege of saying they’ve accomplished such a thing.
Personal Life: Is Danielle Nicolet Married? Does She Have Any Children?
Danielle Nicolet is married to Mike Kussman, a professional designer and builder. Not much is known about their marriage, as both he and Danielle are private people. On numerous occasions, fans and reporters alike wanted to know about how these two met, but Danielle wouldn’t share anything with them, including the date of their wedding, other than the fact that she and Mike had been dating for a very long time.
Currently, the two don’t have any children, nor have they expressed a desire to expand their family.
Body Measurements: How Tall is Danielle Nicolet?
Danielle Nicolet is 5ft (152cm) tall, weighs approximately 120lbs (54kgs), vital statistics of 35-24-35. Her small stature and muscular build are precisely what helped her become a prominent gymnast in her youth. She has dark brown eyes and black hair.
Net Worth: How Rich is Danielle Nicolet?
Danielle Nicolet has a net worth of $500,000, as of August 2019. She accumulated this wealth by working incessantly over the course of three decades.
With both guest appearances and recurring roles, Danielle has successfully diversified her portfolio and become one of the staples of Hollywood.
Social Media Presence
|Full Name||Danielle Nicolet|
|Net Worth||$500 Thousand|
|Date Of Birth||November 24, 1973|
|Movies||Central Intelligence, Red Faction: Origins, Ticking Clock, Knuckle Draggers, Shadow of Doubt, A Light in the Forest, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Rocker, Melting Pot, Believe, All-stars, The Weekend, Deidra & Laney Rob a Train|
|TV Shows||Family Tools, Marry Me, The Starter Wife, So Notorious, Second Time Around, Heartland, Da Jammies, X-Men, The Weekend|
|1||Raised in a working class Ohio town. She moved to southern California with her family to train in gymnastics.|
|2||Her favorite director is Billy Wilder.|
|3||She is a huge sports fan.|
|4||Took up gymnastics in first grade.|
|All Stars||2014||Kim Lockemer|
|Naruto: Shippûden||2010-2014||TV Series||Karui / Yûgao Uzuki|
|Wrestling with Parenthood||2013||Short||Regina Tybor|
|Elementary||2013||TV Series||Jennifer Sayles|
|Lego Marvel Super Heroes||2013||Video Game||Gamora Maria Hill Ms. Marvel ... (voice)|
|Grand Theft Auto V||2013||Video Game||The Local Population (voice)|
|Saints Row IV||2013||Video Game||Shaundi (voice)|
|NFL Rush Zone||2012-2013||TV Series||Shandra / Steeler Stella|
|Family Tools||2013||TV Series||Stitch / Lisa 'Stitch' Poynton|
|Marvel Heroes||2013||Video Game||Storm Ms. Marvel (voice)|
|Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth||2012||Video Game||Storm Black Widow (voice)|
|Warehouse 13||2012||TV Series||Deb Staley|
|Saints Row: The Third||2011||Video Game||Shaundi (voice)|
|The Protector||2011||TV Series||Adrian Marsh|
|Gekijouban Naruto: Buraddo purizun||2011||Karui (English version, voice)|
|X-Men||2011||TV Series||Storm Ororo Munroe Cerebra Voice|
|Red Faction: Origins||2011||TV Movie||Tess De La Vega|
|Ticking Clock||2011||Video||Gina Hicks|
|Marry Me||2010||TV Mini-Series||Candace|
|H.A.W.X.2||2010||Video Game||Sonnet / Additional Voices (voice)|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2001-2009||TV Series||Rhonda / Jennifer Riggs|
|The Starter Wife||2008||TV Series||Liz Marsh|
|The Weekend||2007||TV Movie||Debbie|
|Heartland||2007||TV Series||Nurse Mary Singletary|
|All of Us||2007||TV Series||Jill|
|The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||2006||Whitney|
|So Notorious||2006||TV Series||Janey|
|Da Jammies||2006||Video short||Lala (2008-2010)|
|The Bernie Mac Show||2004-2005||TV Series||Cheryl / Shirley|
|Second Time Around||2004-2005||TV Series||Paula|
|A Wonderful Night in Split||2004||Jeanie|
|A Light in the Forest||2003||Britta Rinegelt|
|Half & Half||2003||TV Series||Sammi|
|For the People||2002||TV Series||Lane Carhart|
|Stargate SG-1||2002||TV Series||Reese|
|3rd Rock from the Sun||1996-2001||TV Series||Caryn|
|Child 2 Man||2000||Freebe|
|Grown Ups||1999||TV Series||Veronica Richmond|
|Moesha||1999||TV Series||Melanie Trottman|
|Brimstone||1998||TV Series||Madeline Fuller|
|Shadow of Doubt||1998||Cheryl|
|In the House||1998||TV Series||Dianna|
|Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||1997||TV Series||Sharon's Friend (segment: Number One with a Bullet) / Sharon's Friend|
|The Prince||1996/I||High Class Hooker|
|Fall Into Darkness||1996||TV Movie||Tracey|
|Diagnosis Murder||1996||TV Series||Sara Gilbey|
|Where Truth Lies||1996||Lisa|
|Step by Step||1995||TV Series||Rita|
|Loaded Weapon 1||1993||Debbie Luger|
|Family Matters||1991-1992||TV Series||Vonda Mahoney|
|The Jacksons: An American Dream||1992||TV Series||Verla|
|Deidra & Laney Rob a Train||2017||post-production||Marigold|
|The Flash||2015-2016||TV Series||Cecile Horton|
|Da Jammies||2015-2016||TV Series||LaLa / Lala|
|Real Husbands of Hollywood||2016||TV Series||Ms, Turner|
|Born Again Virgin||2015-2016||TV Series||Jenna|
|Lego Marvel's Avengers||2016||Video Game||Captain Marvel (voice, uncredited)|
|Good Session||2015||TV Movie||Andrea|
|The Game||2014-2015||TV Series||Yana|
|Key and Peele||2012-2015||TV Series||Wife #2 Andrea Girlfriend|
|Mortal Kombat X||2015||Video Game||Jacqui Briggs Sareena (voice)|
|Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell||2015||Video Game||Shaundi (voice, as Dani Nicolet)|
|3rd Rock from the Sun||1998||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Red Riding Hood||2011||loop group|
|Home & Family||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Hollywood Today Live||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Noches con Platanito||2016||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Hollywood Health Report||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Steve Harvey||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|The 46th Annual NAACP Image Awards||2015||TV Special||Herself|
|17th Annual PRISM Showcase||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|TMI Hollywood||2013||TV Series||Herself - Special Guest|
|Hollywood 411||2008||TV Series||Herself|
|Good Day L.A.||2007||TV Series||Herself|
|100 Cheesetastic Video Tricks Exposed||2004||TV Movie||Herself|
|Good Day Live||2004||TV Series||Herself|
|The 100 Scariest Movie Moments||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|2014||BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award||Behind the Voice Actors Awards||Best Female Vocal Performance in a Video Game in a Supporting Role||Saints Row IV (2013)|
|2014||BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award||Behind the Voice Actors Awards||Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game||Saints Row IV (2013)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia