Nadine was ranked #41 in Maxim's Hot 100 Women 2008.
Nadine was a guest judge at the 2008 Miss Universe Pageant.
In 2008, Nadine appeared in a TV movie named Husband For Hire as Lola.
Nadine was #61 on Maxim's "Hot 100" in 2007.
In 2008, Nadine has been ranked at #78 on Askmen.com's "Top 99 of 2008".
Nadine was nominated for ALMA Awards in 2006 and 2007 for her performance in My Name Is Earl.
In 2007, Nadine was named in TV Guide's "40 Hottest TV Stars".
Nadine was on the cover of Stuff magazine dated January 2006.
Nadine is right-handed.
Nadine was featured in Entertainment Weekly magazine dated 30th June 2006.
Nadine is married to Marc Provissiero, who is a talent agent.
When she was 13 years of age, she realized that she wanted to be an actress.
Nadine graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a BA in Marketing.
When she was 10 years old, she wanted to be a gymnast.
In 2005, she was named as one of Variety magazine's "Ten Actors To Watch".
Her first acting job was a McDonald's commercial. She said, "Welcome to McDonald's. May I take your order?".
Her first school play was "12 Angry Jurors". "I played the angriest one", she says.
USA Today named Nadine one of "Five Rising Stars to Watch Closely" in its October 10, 2005 issue.
In 2004, Nadine ranked #93 in Maxim's "100 Sexiest Women".
Nadine: (On "Punky Brewster" as an inspiration) Punky was my age. I thought, hey, I can do that.
Nadine: As a child, I was hyper, I was a clown, and I was sensitive. Today I'm all of the above, except I've refrained from bouncing off the walls.
Nadine: I'd do a nude scene if the character was challenging, not just "the naked girlfriend."
Nadine: If a guy is too aggressive, that's a turn-off. And if a guy is too sloppy, with bad breath or untrimmed nose hair.
Nadine: I try to eat healthy, but I love sweets and fried foods. French fries are my favorite.
Nadine: I'd love to kick somebody's ass in a movie instead of somebody threatening to kick mine.