Three-time Emmy-nominated actress Arianne Zucker has played many roles, but she is best known for the character of Nicole Walker on NBC’s hit daytime drama, “Days of Our Lives”. Arianne began playing her role in 1998 and has received three Daytime Emmy nominations and one Soap Opera Digest Award win for her portrayal as the unlucky in love vixen.
Arianne began her career in modeling when she was 16 years old. She immediately traveled to Paris, France after winning her first modeling contest. From there she has traveled to Australia, Japan and finally back to New York City. During this time, Arianne also booked many national and international commercials such as Mazda Miata and McDonald’s.
Arianne’s independent film career started with a short film called “Looking for Bobby D” (2001) and she began to generate work in television by landing the role of Brenda Collette in CSI:Miami (2006). Her work was noticed by writer Karen Harris, (General Hospital, All MY Children) and was asked to play the role Winnifred Marshall in “Life in General” (2008). A comedy based on the life of a writer and the behind the scenes of the making of a television show. Arianne continued on as Jessica in the horror film “The Last Resort” (2009) directed by Brandon Nutt. “Devantiy”, an Emmy-nominated web series chose Arianne to guest star as Julie Regis (2013) as the uptight sister of Andrew Regis, the ruthless jewelry scion. Her latest film role in “The Contractor” (2013), she played Kate, the best friend of Elizabeth Chase (Christina Cox).
While not working on Days of Our Lives, Arianne co-created the non-profit organization ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps in September of 2007 with her brother Todd Zucker. They are a brother sister team that believe in positivity, mentorship and giving teens a chance to live to their full potential. Todd and Arianne have since tested the adventure camp in three different countries, U.S. London, England, and South Africa. We are committed to enriching the lives of young teens through a challenging outdoor adventure. We inspire kids to want to make better choices, build character, confidence, credibility and critical thinking skills.