Nichole Bloom Biography, Age, Net worth, Actor, Movies, T v Shows, Education, Parents

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Nichole Bloom Biography

Nichole Bloom (Nichole Sakura O’Connor) is an American actress and model born on December 15, 1989, in Santa Clara County, California, United States. She is best known for portraying sales associate Cheyenne Thompson in the NBC series Superstore.

Nichole Bloom Age

Nichole Bloom was born on December 15, 1989 (she is 29 years old as of 2018)

Nichole Bloom Height/Weight

Nichole Bloom stands at a height of 1.7 m (5 feet 7 inches) (she has a weight 70 kg ”110lbs”)

Nichole Bloom Net worth

Nichole Bloom has an estimated net worth of $14 million.

Nichole Bloom Parents

Nichole Bloom was born to a Japanese mother and an Irish father.nichole bloom photo

Nichole Bloom Education

Nichole Bloom attended Santa Susana High School in Simi Valley. She then joined the University of Southern California where she graduated with a degree in bachelor of Theater. She says it was a challenge for her to get cast in the university’s own plays because she dedicated her self so much to spare more time in professional auditions outside of school. She moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting as a career.

Nichole Bloom Actor

Nichole Bloom started her career in 2010 with the leading role in the independent short film Every day. She starred in another short film, of Carpool, opposite Morgan Pavey and Andy Dulman. She gained widespread recognition in 2012 as JB’s Girl in Project X. Project X was a box office success, earning $100.9 million in total box office sales, on a budget of only $12 million. In 2012 she starred in the independent film of Model Minority.
The film won awards at the Sacramento Film Festival, London Independent Film Festival, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Las Vegas Film Festival, among others. Bloom also garnered a Special Jury Prize at the 28th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival for Best New Actress. She has also done commercial work and modeled for American Apparel. In 2015, she was added to the main cast of the NBC sitcom Superstore as Cheyenne, a 17-year old store employee who is pregnant at the start of the series.

Nichole Bloom Movies





Lazer Team 2

Maggie Wittington


Teenage Cocktail

Annie Fenton


Man Up



Full Circle by Justin Chon



Project X

JB’s Girl


Model Minority

Kayla Tanaka






Nichole O’Connor

 Nichole Bloom Tv Shows





Teen Wolf



Grey’s Anatomy









OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

Carla, Pepelina, Nanini, Gecky, Bobo (voice)

Nichole Bloom Video games

2015 Until Dawn Emily “Em” Davis Also performed motion-capture

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Nichole Bloom Youtube Interview

Nichole Bloom News

Simply put, if you’re not watching Superstore, I feel sorry for you.  NBC’s workplace comedy is, in this writer’s humble opinion, the best comedy on TV, and as it goes into the back half of its fourth season on March 7, there are so many questions fans have about where the show is going next, especially since it was just renewed for a fifth season. However, as a day one fan, there’s a question I’ve been itching to have answered since season one, one that I finally have somewhat of an answer to, thanks to star

In the season one episode, ‘All-Nighter,’ the Cloud 9 team find themselves trapped overnight in the store. Hijinks ensue, including many of the employees cutting loose and getting a bit tipsy. At one point, America’s character Amy finds herself alone and drunk with lovable Jonah, played by Ben Feldman. In present-day season four, the pair are venturing into an exciting romance, but back then, Amy was still married to her high school sweetheart, Adam. While sitting alone, Amy asks Jonah if he wants to know her biggest regret, but then immediately thinks better of it. Instead, she turns to him and says, “Forget it. You’re the last person I should be telling this to.”

Well, Jonah may have forgotten it, but I haven’t, and so asked about it at Superstore‘s FYC event in Hollywood on March 5.   “Wow! Talk about a deep cut! Going back seventy something episodes,” America said when she chatted with EXCLUSIVELY on the show’s set at Universal Studios. “I mean, I know what it was when I was filming the scene, but I never corroborated that with Justin. He might have a different thought, but I think in my heart– and I think in your heart — you know what it is.” Oh, I see what you did there. Tricky, tricky, AF. Well, if we ‘know’ what it is, then it must mean that Amy loved Jonah, right from the very start, and regretted not being able to pursue their romance because she was married.

Thankfully, now in season four, Jonah and Amy are finally a couple and Jamy fans all over the place are rejoicing. Still, if you’re waiting for J-Bone and A-Hole to be professing that love anytime soon, the show’s creator is about to burst your bubble.  “People, you know, shippers or whatever, think they want them to get together and be together and do an episode where they say ‘I love you’ for 21 minutes,” Justin shared with HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY during the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

“But you don’t want that, you [just] think you want that.” He added that what’s to come for Jamy is not ‘marriage,’ but rather increased ‘tension’ as they navigate the waters of what being a couple really means for them. “It’s continuing to be a slow burn, we’ve always been trying to not move them ahead too quickly,” he added.  The incredibly timely and hilarious comedy series takes place in fictional big box store Cloud 9 in St. Louis and along with America, it stars Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash, Colton Dunn, Nico Santos, Nichole Bloom, and Mark McKinney. Make sure to tune in Thursdays at 8 pm on NBC to catch up with the retail gang every week.


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