Nicki Aycox, ‘Supernatural’, ‘CSI’ and ‘Cold Cold’ actress, dies at 47

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Nicki Aykox She was a popular actress, known for series like ‘Supernatural’ and ‘Cold Case’, who had also participated in such prominent titles as ‘Ally McBeal’, ‘The X-Files’ and ‘CSI’. Great fighter, her first setback in her life was musical. When it seemed that she would succeed in that world, her family was forced to sell the piano. Ella aycox She had not appeared on the screen since 2014. Last year it was learned that she suffered from leukemia and on the 16th she died at the age of 47, as confirmed by her family. She kept her followers informed of the development of the disease that has ended her life.

In the cinema, his last outstanding film was ‘The Girl on the Train’, ‘Seducing a Stranger’, next to Halle Berry Y Bruce Willisand ‘Never play with strangers 2’.

His debut came in 1994, in the series ‘An explosive girl’. “My beautiful, intelligent, fierce, incredibly talented and loving sister-in-law, Nicki Aycox Raab, died yesterday with my brother. Matt by his side. They both had a wonderful life in California. She was definitely a fighter and everyone who knew her loved her,” wrote her sister-in-law, Susanon social networks.

Nicki Aycox did not have a long life, but her artistic career began very early, at just 9 years old, when she began to play the piano with unusual talent. She was soon performing in public in her native Oklahoma, with works by Beethoven. Until her family’s financial difficulties left her without a piano. Far from discouraged, she turned to theater, where she won several awards as a student, first in high school and then at the University of Oklahoma.

Nicky Aycox, in one of the last images that he uploaded to his Instagram account
Nicky Aycox, in one of the last images that he uploaded to his Instagram account

To pay for acting classes, he had to hold two jobs at the same time, but his talent found its way and he signed with a small Hollywood agency. Among his first roles, the HBO series ‘Double Tap’ stands out, as well as ‘Providence’, on NBC and two world-renowned titles: ‘Ally McBeal’, by david kelleyand ‘The X Files’, where in addition to appearing in a 1999 chapter, he worked in the second film, ‘I want to believe’, in 2008.

Sister and serial killer roles

One of her first recurring roles was that of the sister of Julie Bowen in ‘Ed’. She was also the sister of Katherine Morris in ‘Case Open’ and shared sets with Heather Locklear in ‘LAX’. Another small milestone in her career was playing a serial killer in ‘Criminal Minds’. In the cinema, she highlighted her performance in ‘Seducing a Stranger’, but without a doubt the role for which she is remembered is that of Meg Masters in ‘Supernatural’, a series that was on the air between 2005 and 2020.

Among her awards, the one she received at the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival for her performance in the film ‘Christina’, set in World War II, stands out. In recent years, Aycox had returned to playing the guitar and even singing in public, reports IMDb.

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Nicki Aycox, ‘Supernatural’, ‘CSI’ and ‘Cold Cold’ actress, dies at 47