Nicki Aycox is an American actress. She is best known for her roles on such TV series as "Supernatural," "Cold Case," and "Dark Blue," as well as films like "Jeepers Creepers II," "Perfect Stranger," and "X-Files: I Want to Believe."
Nicki Lynn Aycox was born in Hennessey, Oklahoma on May 26, 1975. As a child, her interest in the performing arts was much different than what it would come to be, especially in terms of the means, but she was always a very natural talent in any case. Since the age of 9, Nicki was interested in music, particularly the piano. As the years went on, she began playing her families piano more and more, eventually even doing performances of Beethoven's works throughout Oklahoma. Sadly, her family would eventually have to sell the piano due to financial hardships, so Nicki decided to switch gears and focus her energy on the acting instead.
Throughout high school, Nicki performed in theater and drama competitions, and by the time she graduated, was ready to attend University of Oklahoma, but just to study the basic courses. However, before long, being away from acting set in, and she moved to California so she could enroll in the theater department at Long Beach State. By her second year there, she had signed with a small Hollywood agency who began booking her for auditions.
Like many actors, Nicki has yet to land that role that she will forever be known for, but that certainly is not for lack of trying. In fact, since 1996 when was cast in her very first credited TV role on "Weird Science," she has starred in over 50 TV series and films. Of the most notable are a recurring role as a demon by the name of Meg on The CW (WB at the time) series, 'Supernatural," Christina Rush on CBS' "Cold Case," and a psychic cheerleader named Minxie in the film, "Jeepers Creepers II."