Nikki DeLoach

Ashlee Nicole DeLoach[citation needed] (born September 9, 1979[citation needed]) is an American actress.

Nikki DeLoach
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DeLoach at the Media Access Awards in October 2012
Born
Ashlee Nicole DeLoach

(1979-09-09) September 9, 1979 (age 41)
OccupationActress
Years active1986–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 2009)
Children2

Early lifeEdit

DeLoach was born in Waycross, Georgia. She is the eldest of three children of Terri, Pierce County School superintendent and David DeLoach, an owner of a wood products company. Her sister LeAnne is a Valdosta State University graduate in education and her brother Brett is a baseball player for the University of Georgia.[1][2] They grew up on a farm.[3] As a child, she was heavily involved in the pageant world, winning numerous state and national titles. DeLoach secured an agent for modeling at a young age and landed several jobs for print ad modeling. She and her mother spent one summer in New York City to pursue modeling jobs. DeLoach was a member of the Georgia 4-H Performing Arts group Clovers & Company from 1991 to 1994.

CareerEdit

Deloach joined the All-New Mickey Mouse Club in 1993. Fellow cast members included future actors Keri Russell and Ryan Gosling and future pop stars Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and JC Chasez.[4] For several years she dated Chasez who became a member of boy band *NSYNC with Timberlake.[5] She was mentioned by her nickname Peaches in the liner notes of the group's first American album. When The Mickey Mouse Club was cancelled in 1994, DeLoach returned to her local high school for a short time before moving with her grandmother to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Her work included television appearances in Misery Loves Company and movie roles in Gunfighter's Moon and The Traveller.

In 1998, she became a member of the girl group Innosense.[6] The group was managed by Justin Timberlake's mother, Lynn Harless. Innosense was an opening act for both *NSYNC and Britney Spears, and it had lukewarm success in Europe but minimal impact in the US. The group had a cameo in the film Longshot before calling it quits in 2003.

After Innosense's breakup, DeLoach focused on acting. Her film work includes the sequel of the Sandra Bullock thriller The Net, called The Net 2.0, and a role in the series Emerald Cove, alongside some of her fellow Mouseketeers. On television, she starred in the series North Shore.[1] on Fox and Windfall.[7] She also has made guest appearances in Grounded for Life, Walker: Texas Ranger, Cold Case, and CSI: NY. DeLoach played Lacey Hamilton, the mother of the main character Jenna Hamilton, on MTV's Awkward.

She played in the French comedy film Hollywoo with Florence Foresti. She occasionally co-hosts on The Young Turks livestream.

She has starred in several films on the Hallmark Channel.

Personal lifeEdit

DeLoach married Ryan Goodell, who was a member of the boy band Take 5, in September 2009.[8] In April 2013, DeLoach announced that she was pregnant.[3][9] Their son William Hudson Goodell was born on October 22, 2013.[10] Their second son, Bennett Christopher Goodell, was born on September 20, 2017.[11]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Traveller Kate
1997 Gunfighter's Moon Kristen Yarnell
2001 Longshot Innosense
2006 The Net 2.0 Hope Cassidy Direct-to-video film
2008 The House Bunny Tall blonde girl
An American Carol Lily
2010 Mask Maker Jennifer
Flying Lessons Mila
The River Why Young Ma
The Trial Mindy
Love & Other Drugs Christy
2011 Answers to Nothing Georgia
Hollywoo Jennifer Marshall
2013 The Devil's in the Details Claire
The Hunted Ashlee

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1993–1996 The All-New Mickey Mouse Club Various roles Main role (seasons 5–6)
1995 Misery Loves Company Tracy Main role
1996 Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story N/A Television film (CBS)
1997 Walker, Texas Ranger Jessica Curtis Episode: "Mayday"
2004–2005 North Shore Mary Jeanne "MJ" Bevans Main role
2005 Grounded for Life Chrissy Episode: "Oh, What a Knight"
2006 Windfall Sunny van Hattem Main role
CSI: NY Lorelie Dennis Episode: "Murder Sings the Blues"
2007 Law Dogs Officer Beth Giles Unsold television pilot (CBS)
Cold Case Tessie Bartram in 1982 Episode: "Justice"
2007, 2009 Days of Our Lives Brenda 12 episodes
2008 Without a Trace Lacey Moran Episode: "A Dollar and a Dream"
2011 The Defenders Amanda Episode: "Morelli v. Kaczmarek"
Traffic Light Alisha Episode: "Help Wanted"
2011–2016 Awkward. Lacey Hamilton Main role
2012 Ringer Shaylene Briggs 3 episodes
A Golden Christmas 3 Julia Television film (ION)
2013 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Heather Conner Episode: "Fearless"
2014 NCIS Colonel Leland Episode: "The Searchers"
Criminal Minds Audrey Hansen Episode: "Amelia Porter"
The Exes Katie Drake Episode: "An Officer and a Dental Man"
Major Crimes Corporal Laura Day Episode: "Letting It Go"
Sirens Sheila Episode: "All the Single Ladies"
2015 Castle Annie Klein Episode: "Habeas Corpse"
Mad Men Cheryl Episode: "Time & Life"
The Player Monica Episode: "The Big Blind"
Grey's Anatomy Charlotte Episode: "Things We Lost in the Fire"
A Kind of Magic Sara Kane Television film
Christmas Land Julie Cooper Television film (Hallmark Channel)
2016 A Dream of Christmas Penny Television film (Hallmark Channel)
2017 The Perfect Catch Jessica Television film (Hallmark Channel)
2018 Truly, Madly, Sweetly Natalie Morgan Television film (Hallmark Channel)
Reunited at Christmas Samantha Murphy Television film (Hallmark Channel)
2019 Love to the Rescue Kate Healy Television film (Hallmark Channel)
Love Takes Flight Dr Lizzie Beauman Television film (Hallmark Channel)
Two Turtle Doves Sharon Harper Television film (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries)
2020 Sweet Autumn Maggie Murphy Television film (Hallmark Channel)
Cranberry Christmas Dawn Television film (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries)
2021 9-1-1 (TV series) Janell Episode: "The New Abnormal"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Dickson, Terry (August 22, 2004). "Blackshear woman on Fox TV show seen as 'just one of the kids'". The Florida Times-Union. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
  2. ^ Goulet, Matt (April 17, 2013). "Q&A: The Beautiful Nikki DeLoach of "Awkward"". Esquire. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
  3. ^ a b McKenzie, Caroline (May 31, 2013). "Meet Nikki DeLoach, the Charming Southern Star of MTV's "Awkward"". Southern Living. Archived from the original on December 31, 2013. Retrieved July 30, 2013.
  4. ^ "Disney Stars Through the Years - Mickey Mouse Club". UsMagazine.com. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
  5. ^ "This is from an interview with Nikki DeLoach of the girl group "Innosense"". Angelfire. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
  6. ^ Six, Matt. "Area girl's future looking bright with pop music group Innosense". Northwest Columbus News, December 29, 1999, p. 19. Retrieved on May 30, 2013.
  7. ^ Gainesville Sun. "Prime Viewing". July 27, 2006, p. TV-23. Retrieved on May 30, 2013.
  8. ^ Hancock, Karah-Leigh (September 13, 2012). "MTV star has ties to Athens". Athens Banner-Herald. Retrieved July 30, 2013.
  9. ^ Donnelly, Matthew Scott (July 30, 2013). "Congrats Are In Order! 'Awkward.' Actress Nikki Deloach Has Her First Bun In The Oven [Photo]". MTV. Retrieved July 30, 2013.
  10. ^ Eggenberger, Nicole (October 22, 2013). "Awkward's Nikki DeLoach Gives Birth to Baby Boy Hudson - Us Weekly". Usmagazine.com. Retrieved March 21, 2014.
  11. ^ Gomez, Patrick (November 6, 2017). "'I Didn't Know If My Son Would Live': Nikki DeLoach on Her Newborn's Risky Open-Heart Surgery - People". people.com. Retrieved November 15, 2019.

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