Rachel Emily Nichols Life Achievements
Rachel Emily Nichols was the daughter of Alison Nichols and James Nichols. She was born in Augusta, Maine. She is of French Canadian, German and Irish descent. Cony High School, Augusta, was where she graduated with a high jump medal. Columbia University in New York City was where she graduated with a double degree in math and economics. After starting modeling, she went on to a successful career working for high-profile companies like Guess?, Abercrombie & Fitch, and L’Oreal.
Scott Stuber, the film producer, was married to Nichols on July 26, 2008, in Aspen, Colorado. Nichols allowed her to let her hair go back to its natural color. It had been dyed red for her roles in Star Trek, G.I., and Star Trek. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Shortly after their honeymoon, they were building a Cabo San Lucas home.  Seventy-eight months later, Stuber and Nichols separated because of irreconcilable differences.
Nichols and Michael Kershaw were engaged on December 30, 2013. They married in September 2014.
Rachel began acting when offered a part on the HBO comedy Sex and the City (1998). This was her first audition. Her film debut was Jessica Matthews in Dumb and Dumberer: How Harry Met Lloyd (2003). She continued her success with roles in films such as The Amityville Horror (2006), The Inside (2005) and Alias (2001), G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2008), Criminal Minds (2006) (a recurring role in the FBI Agent Ashley Seaver role) and Conan the Barbarian (2011). In the science-fiction series Continuum (2012), she played the leading role of Kiera Cameron as a police officer.
Nichols starred in P2 (2007) as a thriller star. She then went on to have mainstream success with Star Trek (2009), G.I. (2009), and other science-fiction action films like Star Trek (2009). Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2008). Other notable films she has starred in include Conan the Barbarian (2011) and Conan the Traveling Pants 2 (2008). Raze (2013) and Inside (2016). Among her notable roles were in the television series Continuum (2012)-2015, the fourth season of Chicago Fire (2015) and The Librarians (2018), and five episodes as Martha the Gestapo officer on The Man in the High Castle.