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She married her Soul Food co-star Boris Kodjoe on May 21, 2005, in Gundelfingen, Germany.
She gave birth to their first child, a girl, Sophie Tei-Naaki Lee Kodjoe, on March 5, 2005.
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.
In 1993 she started her career with a role of Marcelle in the movie Other Women’s Children.
She has acted in several movies including Remember the Titans, Boogie Nights and Blue Streak. #Marriedto Spartacus #Monday Motivation #thestruggleisveryreal #lunchwiththe Hubs @boriskodjoe @thegymwrap A post shared by nicoleariparker (@nicoleariparker) on Nicole Ari Parker was born on February 21, 1978, in California, U. Parker holds the American nationality and belongs to White American ethical background. Her mother works as a health care professional and her father was a dentist.
When you said you were gonna "start on Monday" but you're starving and actually need the whole pizza….? The talented actress was raised in Baltimore along with her all the family members and she was one and only child of her parents.
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.