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Nikki Cox

June 8, 1998

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The kids are silly and dumb. The parents hate each other. And the stuffed bunny talks. Not realistic, but it certainly is funny! In case you haven't figured it out, I'm referring to the hilarious Warner Brothers network show Unhappily Ever After (Sundays, 9:00 P.M.).

Attractive 20-year old actress, Nikki Cox portrays Tiffany Malloy, the stuck-up teen goddess on the show. "I'm not like Tiffany in real life," laughed the down-to-earth Cox. "I like to think that I'm a little nicer than she is. And I usually don't dress like her unless I really want to feel glamorous."

Cox is fortunate that she doesn't have to "do" anything to maintain her glamorous figure either. "I'm just naturally slender. My mom is small, too. Sometimes, I actually have to eat a lot, or I'll get too skinny, and then I look real yucky," she revealed.

Cox shares everyday type stuff with her live-in boyfriend, Kevin Connolly (Ryan Malloy is Tiffany's brother on the show) "In my spare time, I hang around the house spending time with Kevin, cooking, and doing laundry. I guess I'm just a boring person in real life."

Hardly. Cox began her career as a dancer when she was four, then switched to acting at age nine, and has been in the business ever since. She attended high school through a home study course because she was so busy acting, and never regrets not attending a normal high school or having a "regular" life. "I had lots of free time while home schooling, plus individual attention. "


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