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Nicole Anderson Bio

Birthdate: August 29, 1990
Birthplace: Rochester, Indiana

You know Nicole Anderson from Jonas L.A. and the ABC smash, Make It or Break It. Check out this rising young star in her all new Kidzworld bio!


From The Gym To The Runway

Nicole Anderson is used to the spotlight. She built up her confidence competing in national gymnastics competitions, but when her injuries kept her from competing, Nicole turned to modeling. When she was 15 Nicole scored a modeling scholarship to Barbizon modeling school and started her career as a model for Mary Kate and Ashley’s clothing line!


Landing Jonas LA

After small roles in shows like Unfabulous, Zoey 101, Hannah Montana and iCarly, Nicole landed an audition for Jonas L.A. She tried out for the role of Stella but lost it to her friend Chelsea Staub. But Nicole’s acting chops impressed the casting directors and they called her back for the part of Macy Misa!


Nicole As Macy Misa

Macy Misa is the president of the JONAS fan club and a good friend to the band. But she wasn’t always so tight with the guys. Macy loved JONAS so much that she kept fainting every time she saw them! Macy loves the band so much that she even gave her boyfriend Randolph a makeover to make him look more like a member of JONAS. She even called him Nick! Later, in season 2, Macy gets over her nerves and miraculously gets to date the real Nick!


Nicole Says

“As soon as I read the script, I just had this feeling like the Macy role could be mine. I totally connected with it and I really had a lot of fun sort of dissecting the lines and making choices and stuff like that.”—on playing Macy Misa


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ariel101

ariel101 wrote:

is she still actin cuz she was a good actor
commented: Tue Jul 17, 2012

sunshinerainy

sunshinerainy wrote:

I Love Her Eyes
commented: Sat Jul 14, 2012

ally is cool

ally is cool wrote:

e is an awesome acter
commented: Mon Apr 16, 2012

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