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Los Angeles, California
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Born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Portland, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona, Nicole Randall Johnson trained in the B.F.A. Acting/Directing program at University of Arizona in Tucson. Nicole later moved to Los Angeles where, after 3-years of sketch & improvisation training at the renowned Groundlings School & Theatre, she became a performer and writer for the Groundlings Sunday Company.
After a year of performing at the Groundlings, she became a series regular on the NBC/Bravo unscripted 1/2-hour comedy, "Significant Others" (2004). After the series ended, Nicole became a series regular and writer on FOX Television`s "MADtv" (1995), during it`s 11th and 12th season. She became popular for such recurring characters as "Kay-Son" and "Da-rell", who`s the center of a sketch entitled, "Can I Have Your Number?" which has received more than 10-million hits on You Tube. Nicole`s "MADtv" (1995)_ celebrity impersonations include, Condoleezza Rice, Oprah Winfrey, Eddie Murphy, Queen Latifah, Chris Rock, `Beyonce Knowles`, Randy Jackson, Tyra Banks, Star Jones, Mo`Nique and Isabel Sanford. Nicole has had supporting roles in several films and has been directed by Michael Bay, Curtis Hanson, Judd Apatow, Todd Phillips, Ken Kwapis and Bob Odenkirk. In November 2008, Nicole made her feature film starring debut opposite Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott in the David Wain-directed comedy, Role Models (2008), for Universal Pictures.
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Nicole Randall Johnson (born December 9, 1973) is an American comic actress. Johnson is most notable for her membership in the recurring cast of comedians on sketch comedy series MADtv.
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