Facts about Nikki Cox
Nikki Cox Biography
Nikki Cox made her TV debut at age 10 in an episode of the sitcom Mama’s Family, an appearance followed by other minor roles in film and television. After a brief period as a dancer in music videos (including one by Paula Abdul), Cox landed the va-va-voom role of Tiffany Malloy in the 1998 situation comedy Unhappily Ever After. Cox was then cast in several hot babe roles on television, including The Drew Carey Show and The Norm Show. She played a Las Vegas showgirl in her own short-lived TV sitcom, Nikki, from 2000-2002, co-starred in the short-lived comedy The Jake Effect in 2003, then joined James Caan and Molly Sims in the cast of the TV drama Las Vegas.
On 29 December 2006 Cox married comic actor Jay Mohr, the host of the first three seasons of TV’s Last Comic Standing.