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Born in South Korea but raised in Texas, Nicole Bilderback has been a busy supporting actress since her debut in the 1995 teen comedy "Clueless," where she played Summer, one of star Alicia Silverstone's popular friends. She rejoined several of her co-stars, including Stacey Dash and Elisa Donovan, in the short-lived television version of the show, this time playing the role of Nicole. Since that first role in "Clueless," she has kept busy, appearing in guest spots on shows like "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," "Caroline in the City," and "ER." However, her role in the teen drama "Dawson's Creek" did give her a meatier material as movie producer Heather Tracy. She also played one of the lethal, genetically engineered super-soldiers in the James Cameron-created sci-fi action program "Dark Angel" and co-starred in two episodes of the NBC program "Heroes," playing Ms. Sakamoto. Her work in big screen movies has been limited since her "Clueless" days, though she did appear in another cult teen comedy, "Bring It On," playing cheerleader Whitney; in the 2008 independent drama "The New Twenty," she landed the role of financier Julie, arguably her best dramatic role to date. ...

Born in South Korea but raised in Texas, Nicole Bilderback has been a busy supporting actress since her debut in the 1995 teen comedy "Clueless," where she played Summer, one of star Alicia Silverstone's popular friends. She rejoined several of her co-stars, including Stacey Dash and Elisa Donovan, in the short-lived television version of the show, this time playing the role of Nicole. Since that first role in "Clueless," she has kept busy, appearing in guest spots on shows like "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," "Caroline in the City," and "ER." However, her role in the teen drama "Dawson's Creek" did give her a meatier material as movie producer Heather Tracy. She also played one of the lethal, genetically engineered super-soldiers in the James Cameron-created sci-fi action program "Dark Angel" and co-starred in two episodes of the NBC program "Heroes," playing Ms. Sakamoto. Her work in big screen movies has been limited since her "Clueless" days, though she did appear in another cult teen comedy, "Bring It On," playing cheerleader Whitney; in the 2008 independent drama "The New Twenty," she landed the role of financier Julie, arguably her best dramatic role to date.

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 Action (1921) Art Smith
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