Nicholle Tom was born in Hinsdale, Illinois on March 23, 1978. She has a twin brother, David, and a sister, Heather, who is two and a half years older. Nicholle started her career together with David in Chicago at the age of eight. She first appeared in print ads and commercials. Soon the family moved to Seattle. There she continued to work in commercials, with both David and Heather. Three years later the Toms decided to move to Los Angeles because of Heather's TV pilot season. There Nicholle began classes with the Young Actors Space as well as the renowned acting coach Margrit Pollak at the Strasberg Institute. In 1992 she appeared in her first acting role as the older daughter (Ryce) in the movie "Beethoven." She renewed the role in "Beethoven's 2nd" (1993). In the movie "Season of Change" (1994) she acted as Sally Mae Parker. Her first role in a TV movie (non series) was as Jacy Woodman in "Bloodlines: Murder in the Family" (1993). Nicholle acted in two TV series, in "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990), as Sue Scanlon (1990) and as permanent character Maggie Sheffield in "The Nanny" (1993). She has guested in "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" and in the miniseries "The Ninja Murders." Nicholle is currently in high school. She loves to swim, ride her bike, horseback ride and shop.