Rachel Nichols Net Worth: Rachel Nichols is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Produced in Augusta, Maine, in 1980, Rachel Nichols started studying at Columbia University in NYC with strategies to work on Wall Street before she was encouraged to try modeling. Shortly, Nicholas was using her modeling cash to buy school. In the mean time, Nicholas made her onscreen debut as a model in 2000’s “Fall in New York”. A couple of years after, she appeared in one episode of the hit show “Sex and the City”. Her first larger part arrived as Jessica in 2003’s “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd”. In the year 2012, Nichols got the starring character as Kiera Cameron on scifi show “Continuum”, which has run for at least three seasons. She married producer Scott Stuber in 2008, but the couple split a year after. In 2014, Nichols declared she was engaged to property developer Michael Kershaw.
Her father has English and French-Canadian ancestry. Her maternal grandfather was of three quarters Italian and one quarter German descent, while her maternal grandmother had English, Scottish and Northern Irish ancestry.
Married producer Scott Stuber on July 26, 2008 in Aspen, Colorado.
Ranked #28 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 Women of 2003 list.
Yahoo! Model of the Month. [September 2000]
Attended and graduated from Cony High School, where she competed in the high jump.
Received the first role she auditioned for, as the restaurant hostess on Sex and the City (1998).
Modelled for Guess?, Abercrombie & Fitch, L'Oreal and Nicole Miller.
Attended and graduated from Columbia University with a double major in math and economics.
[on Continuum (2012)] I like these strong female role models. Carlos [Victor Webster] had a shower scene the other day. Without his top on. He gets to do all the fun eye-candy stuff, and I get to kill people. It's gritty.
I love the physicality side of roles, I really do. And when I get to do my own stunts, it's that much cooler. I'll do anything the production safety people will let me.
History is fickle. We know that. The good and bad come around and go around, and go around again. There are recessions and depressions and economic boom and bust. I'm concerned about the future. I think many people acknowledge we're on a path that can't be sustained.
[on her first sex scene in a movie] They were nice enough to shoot the scene at the end of filming, so by then Jason [Jason Momoa] and I had become friends. But it still is awkward, especially when you have the director saying, "Grab her neck and bite her.".
[on playing the role of Tamara in Conan the Barbarian (2011)] It was really important that she not be the damsel-in-distress. We wanted to update and empower her, and the best way to do that is to go toe-to-toe with Conan. So I give him attitude in the beginning, and there really is a hostile relationship.