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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 10 June 1975Seoul, South Korea
Nicknames Nikki
Nic
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Nicole "Nikki" Bilderback hails from Dallas, Tx and got her start as a dancer at the young age of 3 years old. She is proficient in contemporary, modern, lyrical, ballet, jazz and hip/hop. She is an avid kickboxer and well experienced in mixed martial arts. When Nikki was barely 18 years old, she moved to Los Angeles to begin her professional acting career. Throughout the years, she has been in numerous national commercials and has guest starred and recurring roles on hit television shows such as Perception, The Mentalist, Human Target, Castle, Heroes, Numb3rs, House, Boston Legal, Without a Trace, Cold Case, Dawson's Creek, Dark Angel and many more! Her film credits include Clueless, Can't Hardly Wait, Legally Blonde 2, Cruel World, Bad Girls From Valley High, Along for the Ride, The Box, and Sex and Death 101, just to name a few. Nicole is probably most recognized as the snotty cheerleader "Whitney" in the blockbuster mega-hit Bring It On, starring Kirsten Dunst.

In 2008, she won Best Lead Actress at the Los Angeles Out Fest Film Festival for her female lead role in the feature film The New Twenty, receiving high acclaim at all the film festivals worldwide.

Philanthropy and charity work is close to Nikki's heart. For the last 7 years, she's been a member of an all women's goal and philanthropic group- The New Hollywood- women supporting women and making a difference.

Ms. Bilderback guest starred on the TNT hit drama series "Perception" on Feb. 25, 2014. The show stars Eric McCormack and Rachel Leigh Cook.

Next up: Nikki is shooting (March 2014) a lead role in the action feature titled "Prison Raid." She is starring alongside Kristanna Loken, Vivica A. Fox, Zoe Bell, Rebecca De Mornay, and that's just to name a few of the star studded names.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (10)

Is multi-mixed Asian ethnicities. Which explains her versatile Asian look. She was born in Korea, but her biological parents were of different Asian backgrounds, not just Korean. She was adopted as a baby by her Mom and Dad, Americans Jim and Lois Bilderback.
Hometown: Dallas, Tx. Was raised and grew up in the heart of North Dallas along with her two older brothers. Family now resides in the suburbs of Dallas.
Graduated from Lake Highlands High School in 1993.
Studied acting at The Dallas Young Actors Studio and Performance Center- fka The Dallas TV and Film Workshop. Spent her summers in LA while still in highschool.
Started dancing at age 3. Is an accomplished dancer in all areas. She is an avid kickboxer and takes a kickboxing/cardio class 3-5 days a week. Is experienced in various forms of martial arts.
Has performed all of her own stunts in every film and tv job she has done.
Just offered a supporting lead role in the feature film Mate. to be directed by AJ "Joe" Kparr. The production starts shooting in mid October. This is her second collaboration with the director. [October 2007]
Was awarded the Grand Jury Award for Best Actress in a feature film, for The New Twenty, at LA OutFest 2008. [March 2009]
Attended End Of Days, a convention in Blackpool, UK, dedicated to TV's Angel. [May 2003]
Wrote and completed a half hour/single camera, comedy pilot. In the beginning phases of writing a one hour drama pilot with her writing partner. [April 2010]

Personal Quotes (2)

It's been a amazing spiritual journey of self discovery. Extremely difficult, but eye opening. It's profound how much my life has changed over the last few years. I have finally awaken and realized how the Universe really works. I consistently and consciously work on myself every moment of everyday.
There are unlimited possibilities. We create everything in our lives, the good and the bad. There is never anyone to blame or point fingers. Only we are responsible for our actions and feelings.There is no such thing as bad occurrences...they just are. It's merely a result of a choice you have made. How you choose to handle it, is the result of the outcome. It's about going inward and discovering your truth of who you really are. Whatever you project outward is what you bring in for yourself.

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