Nicole Gale Anderson (was born on August 29, 1990) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Macy Misa in the Disney Channel Original Series JONAS L.A., and also known for the role of Kelly Parker on the ABC Family series Make It or Break It. She is also an international spokesperson for Underwriters Laboratories.


[hide]*1 Early life

[edit] Early lifeEdit

Nicole Anderson was born in Rochester, Indiana. Her mother was born in the Philippines and moved to the United States with her father, a Commander in the United States Navy.[1] In her younger years, she won national gymnastics competitions, but retired due to injuries.[2] Anderson was awarded a scholarship to Georgia's Barbizon modeling school at the age of 15. She then began to study acting and attending auditions.[1] She landed several print ads and television commercials, including Mary Kate & Ashley Online Clothing, Every Girl, Stand Up, and Bratz Pretty 'n' Punk & Treasures.

[edit] FilmographyEdit

Year[1] Film[2] Role[3] Notes[4]
2008 Princess Jitter Bug Main role
2010 Accused at 17 Bianca Main role - as Nicole Gale Anderson
2011 Mean Girls 2 Hope Plotkins Sequel to Mean Girls
2011 Red Line Tori Simpson Main Role
Year[5] Title[6] Role[7] Notes[8]
2005 Unfabulous Cheerleader #3 1 episode: "The Grey Area"
2007 Zoey 101 Maria 2 episodes: "Quarantine" and "PCA Confidential"
2007 Hannah Montana Marissa Hughes 1 episode: "Achy Jakey Heart", Part 1
2007 iCarly Tasha 1 episode: "iNevel"
2008 Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! Dana Main role
2009 Imagination Movers Cinderella 1 episode "A Fairy Tale Ending"
2009 to 2010 JONAS and JONAS L.A. Macy Misa Main role, 29 episodes
2009 to 2012 Make It or Break It Kelly Parker Recurring role
2011 Happy Endings Madison 1 episode: "Baby Steps"
2011 Ringer Monica Reynolds 1 episode: "Oh Gawd, There's Two of Them"
2012 to 2013 Beauty & the Beast Heather Chandler Recurring role
2013 Pretty Little Liars Miranda Collins 1 episode: "Grave New World"
2013 Ravenswood Miranda Collins Main role

[edit] ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "MediaNetBio". DisneyChannelMediaNet. Retrieved 2009-06-28.
  2. ^ "Nicole Anderson Quit Gymnastics after Winning Nationals". Retrieved 2010-08-29.
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