Additionally, Nicole co-starred on the short-lived UPN romantic comedy Second Time Around that lasted for one season and appeared in the 2008 film, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins.
At the age of 17, she won Best Actress in the state of Maryland's high school competition and then moved to The Washington Ballet Company before applying to the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Early in her career she appeared in several critically acclaimed independent films including The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love, Boogie Nights, 200 Cigarettes, and the 1999 Sundance Film Festival winner The Adventures of Sebastian Cole.
She is also famous for portraying the role of Teri Joseph on the Showtime series Soul Food. Though she was happy to have him as her loving spouse, this married life ended in a divorce at the end of 2001.
In 1999, she got her first nomination in Urbanworld Film Festival and she was also honored with this award that year. Though she was happy to have him as her loving spouse, this married life ended in a divorce at the end of 2001.
Edit In March 2001, Nicole got married to Joseph Falasca. Edit Later on Nicole was found having romantic love affairs with Boris Kodjoe. She dated her as her boyfriend for several months and they got married on 21st of May 2005. Edit She became mother for the first time in her life two months before she got married to love of her life Boris Kodjoe.
Two years later she appeared in the movies like Stonewall and The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love. Before she formally began her acting career she also won several awards in her life.
She got her rise in fame after she portrayed the role of Becky Barnett in the movie Boogie Nights. When she was 17, she also took part in the state of Maryland's high school competition and she also won the Best Actress award in this competition.
She played the role of Stephanie in the movie Divas alongside Khalil Kain.
She also had a lead role in the 1998 film Exiled: A Law & Order Movie.
Later on she got enrolled at Roland Park Country School.
When she was 17, she also took part in the state of Maryland's high school competition and she also won the Best Actress award in this competition. She also attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and she graduated from there in 1993. That year she played the role of Marcelle in the movie Other Women's Children.
She and her loving husband Boris Kodjoe welcomed their second child together on 31st of October and that time it was a son and they named him Nicolas Neruda Kodjoe.
A cannabinoid is one of a class of diverse chemical compounds that acts on cannabinoid receptors in cells that alter neurotransmitter release in the brain.
Sophie has spina bifida, which was diagnosed at birth.