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SOAP STAR STATS
Arianne Zucker (Nicole, DAYS)
- June 3
- Northridge, California
- Star Sign:
- Years on Show:
- 1998-2006, and 2008-present
- Marital Status:
- Married to Kyle Lowder (Rick, B&B; ex-Brady, DAYS) since 2002.
Arianne Zucker was born Arianne Bethene Zuckerman in Northridge, California. She was raised in Chatsworth, California. Her mother, Barbara, is a lab technologist and her father, Barry, is a plumber. She has an older brother, Todd, whom she described as "the best brother a girl could have."
Zucker was discovered by a scout from It Models and began her career as a model at age sixteen. She has modeled in Japan, Australia, France and New York. She has also appeared in several TV commercials, including several national spots for Mazda and McDonald's.
Zucker discovered her love for acting while attending Pierce College. She has appeared in theatrical performances, including Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart, A Coupla White Chicks, and Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers.
Zucker enjoys horseback riding, spending time with her husband and dog, and writing to her fans.
Six Random Facts
— Has a green belt in tae kwon do.
— Loves animals; before becoming an actress she was on her way to becoming a veterinarian.
— Arianne's first celebrity encounter was with Jean Claude Van-Damme when she was twelve.
— She opened an online jewelry store called LowdSuga.
— Arianne joined the USO Tour, traveling to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 2004 in order to support the troops during the war effort.
— Appears as soap headwriter Winifred Marshal in the websoap Life in General on www.strike.tv.
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Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villainess (for DAYS OF OUR LIVES), 2001