Arianne Zucker — A Biography
Arianne Bethene Zucker was born in Northridge, and raised in Chatsworth, California. A scout from It Models discovered her at the age of 16, and soon she was traveling the world to such exotic locales as Paris, France, Japan, Australia, and New York.
After graduating from Chatsworth High School, Arianne landed an agent and settled in Los Angeles, booking several commercials. She began taking acting classes at Los Angeles Pierce College and participating in local theater. Later, continued her acting studies at Howard Fine Studio.
Zucker scored her big break in 1998 when she was cast on Days of our Lives as Nicole Walker. Her portrayal of the conniving, yet vulnerable Nicole Walker, quickly made her the character from the wrong side of the tracks that fans were rooting for.
Other credits began to fill her resume with film credits such as Looking for Bobby D, The Last Resort, The Contractor, Killer Assistant, Shattered, Ex-Wife Killer, Web Cam Girls, Mommy Be Mine, A Mermaid for Christmas, Babysitter’s Nightmare, His Perfect Obsession, The Nanny Murders, We Still Say Grace, and Days of our Lives: A Very Salem Christmas. Primetime credits include CSI: Miami, Life in General, Supernatural, DeVanity, mini-series Ladies of the Lake, and Ladies of the Lake: Return to Avalon.
When she isn’t working, Arianne is an activist, supporting multiple causes and charities close to her heart. She and her brother Todd co-founded the non-profit organization ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps to help inspire, mentor, and build confidence and critical thinking skills in teens across the U.S., England, and South Africa, with hopes of more to come.
Arianne resides in Los Angeles, California, with her beautiful daughter Isabella.
- June 3, 1974 — Birthdate
- Has a brother, Todd.
- Loves animals; before becoming an actress she was on her way to becoming a veterinarian. Is a gifted horseback rider.
- Has a green belt in tae kwon do.
- Co-founded the non-profit organization ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps with her brother Todd, giving teens a chance to live up to their full potential. They have tested the camp designed to build confidence through positivity, mentorship, and critical thinking skills in three countries so far, the U.S., England, and South Africa.
- Is the actress featured in the infamous Billy Bush and Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape.