She put on her own one-woman show, "Reflections", in which she played 12 famous female singers of the past, sang, danced and did dramatic and comedic readings.
1 Print Biography |
12 Interviews |
7 Articles |
6 Pictorials |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
Duke & Nichelle
5' 3½" (1.61 m)
Nichols, Samuel Earl
| Nichols, Lishia Parks
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(1966) represented, and still does represent, the future we can have, a future that is beyond the petty squabbles we are dealing with here on Earth, now as much as ever, and we are able to devote ourselves to the betterment of all human kind by doing what we do so well: explore. This kind of a future isn't impossible - and we need to all rethink our priorities to really bring that ...
A picture of her as Uhura, as part of the Star Trek
(1966) ensemble, appears in a majority of shots during sequences of Elvis
(2022) that recreate the making of Elvis: The Comeback Special
(1968). Nichelle Nichols passed away when the biopic was still in theaters.
Seductive deep voice