"[Lady Magdalene's] stars
Nichelle Nichols
from Star Trek.

Lady Magdalene's at Door
Talk about someone
who can open a movie."

--Tom Long, "Tom Long's Mostly Movies"
The Detroit News

Nichelle Nichols'
Red Carpet Interview
about Lady Magdalene's
at the Comedy Central Roast
of William Shatner

Nichelle Nichols at
Dragon*Con 2007
about Lady Magdalene's
Part 1

Watch All 8 Parts

Transcript of
Lady Magdalene's
Press Conference

at Dragon*Con 2007

ChicagoActor.com Blogs

Nichelle Nichols
and Louis Gossett, Jr., leaving Nobu

Nichelle Nichols
Remembers Martin Luther King

Nichols Latest Addition to Heroes
Soon Heroes and Star Trek will be indistinguishable from each other. In the latest casting cross-over between those two franchises, Nichelle Nichols is now on board to guest-star in the popular Monday-night NBC series in its second season. ... In other Nichols news, "Lady Magdalene's," an independent film she stars in and also executive produced, will hold its world premiere at Dragon*Con, the huge science fiction/fantasy convention in Atlanta, Georgia, over Labor Day weekend. Nichols will be present to personally introduce the film, which will screen Sunday, September 2, in the Hyatt Regency Centennial Ballroom. Billed as a suspense-comedy, "Magdalene's" features Nichols as a brothel madam who gets involved in a federal investigation of an al-Qaeda plot against Hoover Dam."
--Official CBS/Paramount Website,
August 16, 2007

Dana Davis & Nichelle Nichols Interview on Heroes
Nichelle Nichols guest stars in NBC's Emmy nominated ensemble drama series Heroes as "Nana," the grandmother of "Monica Dawson." Nichelle is most widely known for her role on Star Trek (1966) as "Uhura", which was one of the first times that an African American actress was portrayed in a non-stereotypical role. Nichols' role broke the stereotype barrier among African American actresses. Nichols was one of the first actresses that portrayed a character on a TV show and science fiction series that was treated fairly like other races, and to all of Star Trek fans, the TV series and films that followed set the standard for multiculturalism.
Interview Here
--The SciFi World,
November 8, 2007

Trek's Nichelle Nichols Talks About Her Heroes Role
First Sulu, now Uhura. Once again, Heroes has boldly gone back to classic Star Trek for a cool casting coup: Sci-fi icon Nichelle Nichols will join fellow Trekker George Takei as a recurring player on the hit NBC series. ...
--TV Guide News,
August 16, 2007

Nichelle Nichols'
Wikipedia Article

Nichelle Nichols'
IMDb Page

Nichelle Nichols'
Official Website

Nichelle Nichols Professional Inquiries to
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Leavitt Talent Group
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