Marisol Nichols was born on November 2, 1973. During the 1990s, she started a career in Hollywood, first appearing in the pilot My Guys. She later landed one-episode roles in Beverly Hills, 90210, Due South, ER, and Diagnosis: Murder. In 1997, she made her film debut in Vegas Vacation, followed by appearances in the movies Scream 2 and Friends ‘Til the End. The rest of the 1990s saw her appear in the films Can’t Hardly Wait, Jane Austen’s Mafia, and The Sex Monster. She also played the role of Kelly in 2 episodes of Boy Meets World. Her first starring role on the small screen came during the 2000s. This was as Victoria Santiago in the TV series Resurrection Blvd.
After this show ended, she guest-starred in Alias, The Twilight Zone, The Division, Friends, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, among others. She later played recurring character Elisa in Cold Case. She next starred as Detective Karen Bettancourt in the ABC series Blind Justice. After it ended, she starred as Sonya Quintano in another ABC show In Justice. In 2007, she gained recognition for her recurring role as Nadia Yassir in the Fox series 24. Also in the 2000s, she had performances in the films The Princess and the Marine, The Road Home, Homeland Security, Big Momma’s House 2, Delta Force, and Felon. In the 2010s, she starred as Sarah Monohan in The Gates and Heather Cruz in GCB. She currently stars as Hermione Lodge in The CW series Riverdale.
Has Marisol Nichols had Plastic Surgery?
The actress insists on taking care of her appearance by sticking to a healthy lifestyle. To maintain the youthfulness of her skin, she relies on a healthy diet instead of cosmetic procedures, even the minor ones. “You know, I’ve never done a peel or believe in peels. I feel like you should keep your skin. I don’t want to peel it off, I want it thicker!” explained the actress. “And I don’t understand, maybe dermatologist will criticize me for saying this but I don’t know, it kind of freaks me out, I don’t do that. There are all kinds of amazing products these days that we can use to preserve our face.”
She also thinks that there’s plenty of skincare products and modern options like lasers and facials that can help aging women to look their best. However, plastic surgery seems to be not an option for her. “But then there are the horror stories of the 80’s and 90’s of women doing too much to their face, plastic surgery nightmares and all that stuff,” she said. “But I feel like there’s a new generation of lasers, facials and creams that women can use to look their best for any age, and I have to shout out to science.”