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Nicki Clyne

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Nicki Clyne
Nicki Clyne
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Portrays: Cally Tyrol
Date of Birth: February 11, 1983
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Age: 31
Nationality: CAN CAN


Actress Nicki Clyne (born February 11, 1983 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian actor.

The 5'6" actress graduated in June 2000 from Hugh Boyd Secondary School in Richmond, B.C.. While Clyne said she could not sing, she played the title character on stage in a high school production of Annie. She has taken courses at the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, which are both in metropolitan Vancouver.

Film and TV

One of her favorite directors is Tim Burton. She owns a motorcycle. According to IMDb, one of her first roles was in The Hostage Negotiator in 2001. Clyne also acted along with Battlestar Galactica alumnus Paul Campbell in the independent Canadian film Ill-Fated. Clyne was nominated for Best Actress for that film in the Leo Awards.

Some of her other work includes guest appearances on Smallville, The L Word, Dark Angel, The Twilight Zone, and other Canadian productions. Clyne's big break is arguably her role as Specialist Cally Tyrol in the series pilot led to her recurring recurring role on the regular series.

Clyne has a featured role in the VH1 film Totally Awesome, a spoof of 80s movies. The film premiered on the network November 4, 2006 and released on DVD three days later. She also has a minor role in the July 2006 film John Tucker Must Die.

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