Marisol Nichols

Marisol Nichols

From her breakout role as “Audrey Griswold” in Vegas Vacation (1997), to her powerful performance in the prison drama Felon (2008), to commanding the Counter Terrorist Unit in 24 (2001), Nichols has consistently garnered award recognition and critical acclaim. Her evocative performances have accumulated three ALMA Award nominations and won the distinguished Golden Eagle Award for Most Promising Actress.

Nichols is currently recurring on the CBS series, NCIS (2003), as Special Agent Zoe Keates. Nichols previously starred in the Darren Star / ABC series, GCB (2012), opposite Kristin Chenoweth; Steven Bochco’s drama Blind Justice (2005); ABC series The Gates (2010); ABC series In Justice (2006); Fox’s 24 (2001); Showtime’s groundbreaking Resurrection Blvd. (2000) and an Emmy-nominated episode of ER (1994), alongside Ewan McGregor. On the film side, in addition to Vegas Vacation (1997) and Felon (2008), Nichols has also starred in Delta Farce (2007), Big Momma’s House 2 (2006), Mafia! (1998), with special appearances in Scream 2 (1997), Can’t Hardly Wait (1998) and Bowfinger (1999).

In addition to her work on screen, Nichols has been fighting for human rights abuses for over a decade. Her most recent passion has been putting an end to the most egregious human rights violation, human trafficking. In the last two years, Nichols has made over eight trips to DC, meeting with members of Congress and other organizations and has supported imperative trafficking legislation. Nichols has produced two celebrity human trafficking events to raise awareness for this cause and is hard at work producing the third this September. Nichols is currently forming her own non-profit, 501(c)(3) to lend an even bigger voice for this issue.
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Biography Facebook Currently, my personal interests include anything with my new daughter, Rain. I’m a new mom and it’s definitely the most amazing thing I’ve ever done! I never knew how much love you could have for another person until I met her. She is my joy and my life!

In addition to being on cloud nine, I dedicate my time to my philanthropic activities.

I work closely with an organization called CCHR, (Citizens Commission on Human Rights). I work particularly on their Fight For Kids campaign. This campaign deals directly with the issue of over drugging/medicating our nations children. I believe that normal childhood behavior is being labeled as a disorder of some kind or another and children are then being given extremely powerful mind altering drugs. Drugs with some serious side effects. Please take the time to check out this website and avail yourself of this pertinent information. I am extremely passionate about this issue and have worked with CCHR for over eleven years.

www.fightforkids.org
www.cchr.org

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