Nicole LaLiberte Net Worth

Nicole LaLiberte was born on 1981, is Actress. Wielding a fiery personality with hair and wits to match, actress Nicole LaLiberté marches to the beat of her own drum and continues to find herself exactly where she's supposed to be, most recently in David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" as the enigmatic Darya and an upcoming role in the new Showtime show "I'm Dying Up Here."Getting her start at the tender age of 12, Nicole moved from her upstate New York hometown to Manhattan on a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. Introduced to Warhol associate Paul Morrissey through her manager, she was cast in his classic film "News From Nowhere," giving Nicole her first Venice Film Festival experience. Another introduction, this time to notable director Gregg Araki, lead to a role in the widely acclaimed "Kaboom," leading her to both Cannes and cult status. Extensive television and film credits followed including turns in 'Nurse Jackie,' 'Rescue Me,' ' Law & Order: Criminal Intent,' 'The Mentalist,' 'CSI,' 'Major Crimes,' "Dinner For Schmucks," "Shouting Secrets" and "Nous York." Nicole's career gained steam with the high-profile role of hipster vixen Lulu on the HBO Original Series 'How to Make It in America' and she was featured on Showtime's smash hit 'Dexter' as the mysterious Arlene Shram. She then starred in the film "Girls Against Boys," in which she portrays searing serial killer Lu. Nicole also starred in the paper-mâche instant midnight cult classic "Adam Green's Aladdin" and "Man Rots from the Head" opposite Michael Cera.Nicole has a long love of fashion and has been shot by such acclaimed photographers as David LaChapelle, Ellen von Unwerth, Terry Richardson, and Patrick Demarchelier to name a few, and has been featured in publications ranging from Vogue to Interview. Just last year she was photographed by Drew Barrymore for a V Magazine portfolio. She has appeared in campaigns for Kenzo, Coach, L'Oreal, Maybelline and Ready to Wear designer Christian Siriano.She also possesses a flair for music. She was signed to the label Chrysalis as a teenager when she was living in London, just before she was deported. She now utilizes these proclivities for indigenous ceremonial purposes.She currently resides in Los Angeles.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Year 1981
Birth Place American
Age 39 YEARS OLD
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

💰 Net worth: $800,000

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Biography/Timeline

1993

LaLiberte moved from Upstate New York to New York City at age 12 in 1993, to study ballet at the School of American Ballet. After years as a ballerina, she transitioned into modelling. She did runway shows, various shoots, appeared in the 2002 Lavazza Calendar and in magazines including Photo. She also became certified in the alternative Medicine Shiatsu and "took some other directions".

2007

Her first screen performances were brief appearances in episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Rescue Me in 2007. In 2009, she played the lead role in the film My Normal, about a lesbian dominatrix with dreams of becoming a film maker, and had a small role in an episode of Nurse Jackie. In 2010, she starred in four films: the TV film Superego; the science fiction film Kaboom which premiered at Cannes; the comedy Dinner for Schmucks; and Paul Morrissey's drama News from Nowhere.

2011

Her first major role came in 2011, playing the recurring role of Lulu in the second season of HBO's How to Make It in America. That year she also appeared in the drama film Shouting Secrets. In 2012, she played Arlene Schram in the seventh season of Dexter. She also appeared in another four films: the romantic comedy Wifed Out; played a lead role in Girls Against Boys; had a small role in the comedy Nous York; and starred alongside Emily Blunt, Colin Firth and Anne Heche in Arthur Newman. In 2013, she has starred in an episode of The Mentalist, reprised her role as Arlene Schram in the eighth season of Dexter and has roles in the films In a World..., written and directed by Lake Bell, and Fractured, a horror film.