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Melanie Nicholls-King

Melanie Nicholls-King is a Canadian actress, perhaps best known for playing Cheryl in the drama series The Wire, and for her portrayal of Officer Noelle Williams in the drama series Rookie Blue.

Melanie Nicholls-King
Years active1992-present


Personal lifeEdit

Nicholls-King is from Toronto. She is married and has a son.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
1993 Guilty as Sin Rosalie
1995 Rude Jessica
Skin Deep Montana Simpson
1998 A Cool, Dry Place Dallas Desk Clerk
2000 Mercy Jane
2001 Maple Maple Short film
2007 How She Move Faye Green
2009 Chains Munk Short film
2011 In Between Life Mona Short film
2012 Elijah the Prophet Officer Walker Short film
2014 St. Vincent Hospital Supervisor Movie
2017 Mary Goes Round
2018 The Week Of Katrina Netflix Original Movie


Year Title Role Notes
1992 Street Justice Adrienne Howell Episode: "Catcher"
1993 Street Justice Episode: "Hello... Again"
1994 The Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story Court Clerk TV film
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Nurse Episode: "Kundela"
1995 A Vow to Kill Car Rental Agent TV film
Forever Knight Dr. Turner Episode: "Night in Question"
1996 Closer and Closer Det. Brand TV film
1998 The Defenders: Choice of Evils Sarah Casey TV film
Goosebumps Teresa Erickson Episodes: "Chillogy: Parts 1, 2 & 3"
Animorphs Aisha Episode: "My Name Is Jake: Part 2"
Highlander: The Raven Officer Robbins Episodes: "The Unknown Soldier", "Passion Play"
The Famous Jett Jackson Jules Jackson Episode: "Going Up"
Traders Justine Recurring role (18 episodes)
1999 Deep in the City Lori Episodes: "Haunted", "Confessions"
Summer's End Mrs. Blakely TV film
Coming Unglued Stewardess TV film
2000 The Color of Friendship Flora TV film
Catch a Falling Star Ginger TV film
Dear America: When Will This Cruel War Be Over? Iris TV film
One Kill Angie Carson TV film
2001 What Makes a Family Nora TV film
The Famous Jett Jackson Jules Jackson Episode: "Holly"
Jett Jackson: The Movie Jules Jackson TV film
Little Bill Miss Murray TV series
Doc Episode: "Blind Alley"
2002 Society's Child Monique TV film
Law & Order Trina Felton Episode: "Girl Most Likely"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Chesley Barnes Episode: "Seizure"
The Wire Cheryl Recurring role (15 episodes)
2003 Deacons for Defense Rose Clay TV film
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Woman #3 Episode: "Desperate"
2004 Doc Rochelle Episode: "Wake Up Call"
False Pretenses Cerise TV film
Third Watch Roberta Muskos Episode: "Leap of Faith"
2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jill Botas Episode: "Undercover"
2009 Fear Itself Anita Episode: "The Circle"
Cupid Celia Episode: "Live and Let Spy"
One Life to Live Judge Avery Hansen Recurring role (7 episodes)
2010 Rookie Blue Noelle Williams Main role (39 episodes)
2011 The Being Frank Show Episode: "1.12"
2013 Orphan Black Amelia Episodes: "Unconscious Selection", "Endless Forms Most Beautiful"
2015 Eye Candy Sgt. Catherine Shaw Recurring role
2016 Falling Water Ann Marie Bowen Recurring role
2017 Channel Zero: No-End House Brenna Koja Main role; 3 episodes

External linksEdit


  1. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Melanie Nicholls-King Speaks on Success, Future of Rookie Blue". Retrieved 13 August 2012.