Yvette Nicole Biography

    Published On Mar 12, 2016
    Facts of Yvette Nicole
    Date of Birth: 1971 , August-12
    Birth Nation: United States
    Height: 5 Feet 1 Inch
    Name Louise Griffiths
    Birth Name Louise Griffiths
    Father Tony Mota
    Mother Tammy Mota
    Nationality British
    Birth Place/City Hertfordshire
    Profession Singer-songwriter
    Net Worth Unknown
    Eye Color Blue
    Hair Color Brown
    Weight in KG 53 kg
    Boyfriend Jesse Spencer
    Married Unknown
    Education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Charlotte Latin School
    Awards BAFTA Award
    Movies Lovesick
    TV Show Community
    Ethnicity White
    Body Measurements Unknown
    Married to Not Yet
    Children N/A
    Nick Name "Jim"
    Religion Christian
    Working For Movies and TV shows
    Famous for singer-songwriter, fashion model, and actress
    Affair with Jesse Spencer
    Divorce N/A
    Sisters Rachel Ballinger
    Siblings Brittney Mota
    Books Selp-Helf
    Online Presence Facebook,Wiki,Twitter,Instagram
    Face Color White
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    Nicole has been keeping her personal matters low and secret. Information related to her love affairs, married life and also about her loving spouse is unknown.

    With the completion of her high school graduation, Nicole joined University of Akron where she majored in communication studies. She was able to graduate from there and she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 1994. While she was there she also appeared in Alpha Kappa Alpha as a sister of the Delta Pi chapter. Initially, she appeared in several ads, commercials and music videos. She is also seen in the music video, 1-4-All-4-1. In 2000, she appeared in the movie, His Woman, His Wife. In 2002, she appeared in the TV series For the People and Do Over. She got her rise in fame after she began starring the role of Helen Dubois in the TV series, Drake & Josh. Her annual salary is also high and her net worth is said to be around $4 million.

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    Born in East Cleveland, Ohio

    1971

    Yvette Nicole was born as Yvette Nicole Brown in East Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America to African and American parents. She is an American and is of black ethnicity. She is five feet and one inch tall. 

    Graduated from University of Akron

    1994

    With the completion of her high school graduation, Nicole joined University of Akron where she majored in communication studies. She was able to graduate from there and she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 1994.

    Began her acting career

    2000

    While she was in University of Akron, she appeared in Alpha Kappa Alpha as a sister of the Delta Pi chapter. Initially, she appeared in several ads, commercials and music videos. She is also seen in the music video, 1-4-All-4-1. In 2000, she appeared in the movie, His Woman, His Wife. 

    Appeared in the television series, Drake & Josh

    2004

    Yvette Nicole is a reputed singer and an actress from United States. She got her rise in fame after she began starring the role of Helen Dubois in the TV series, Drake & Josh. She is popular for starring the role of Shirley Bennett in the comedy series Community.

    Won Gracie Allen Awards

    2011

    For starring the role of Shirley Bennett in the comedy series Community, she got her one and only nomination in Gracie Allen Awards in 2011. She was also honored with this award that year for Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series.

    Won Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, US

    2016

    Till now she has been nominated in lots of prestigious awards and she has also won several of them. In 2016, she was honored with Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, US. This is also her one and only nomination in this award. 

    Won TV Guide Awards

    2012

    In 2012, she got nominated in TV Guide Awards for the first time in her life and that was for starring the role of Shirley Bennett in the comedy series Community. She won this award that year for Favorite Ensemble.