Actor Nicki Aycox Death, Who Starred in Supernatural, Has Passed Away at the Age of 47

Actor Nicki Aycox Death: American actor Nicki Aycox, 47, has passed away; she was most known for her appearances in the TV series Supernatural and the film Girl on the Train. According to Susan Raab Ceklosky, Nicki’s sister-in-law, Nicki was diagnosed with leukemia in 2020, and she passed away this past Thursday.

Actor Nicki Aycox Passed Away at the Age of 47

Nicki Aycox, an American actor who was most known for her appearances in the television series Supernatural and the film Girl on the Train, has passed away at the age of 47. According to Nicki’s sister-in-law, Susan Raab Ceklosky, who passed away on Thursday, she was given a diagnosis of leukemia in the year 2020.

When Nicki first became unwell, she suspected that she had contracted Covid. She was treated with chemotherapy and stem cell therapy after the diagnosis of cancer by the medical staff.

On social media, Raab Celosky tweeted the following: “Nicki Aycox Raab, who was my beautiful, intelligent, strong, extremely talented, and loved sister-in-law, died away yesterday with my brother Matt Raab by her side. Nicki and Matt had a fantastic life together in the golden state of California. Everyone who knew her had a lot of respect for her as a warrior, and she was liked by all.”

Supernatural creator Eric Kripke posted: “Saddened beyond words to learn that the legendary #NickiAycox, one of our very first MegMasters, has died away. Too young. She was a joy to be around and delivered lines with the sweetness and poison of honey. I am in awe of her ability to elevate such an ordinary phrase as “lackluster” to legendary status.”

The state of Oklahoma is where Aycox was born. She also has a younger brother named Steve who shared her Native American background. Aycox participated in talent shows as a youngster, where she played the piano and sang. She began her acting career with roles in television shows such as “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “USA High,” “Boy Meets World,” “The X-Files,” and “Providence,” where she also had a recurrent part.

In the film Jeepers Creepers 2, released in 2003, Aycox portrayed Minxie Hayes, a psychic cheerleader. Aycox played the role of Private Brenda “Mrs. B” Mitchell on the television show Over There from July 2005 till October 2005. The series followed a unit of the United States Army’s 3rd Infantry Division on its first tour of duty in occupied Iraq, and also examined the consequences of the war on the families of the troops who were stationed in the United States.

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Aycox had a cameo appearance on Criminal Minds in the episode “The Perfect Storm” in the year 2006, playing the role of Amber Canardo, a psychopath and serial murderer. Also in 2005, she had a recurring role as the antagonist Meg Masters in the first season of the television series Supernatural, which was then shown on the WB and is currently broadcast on the CW. Kim Manners, who is the executive producer of the show, had previously collaborated with Aycox in an episode of Over There that he directed, and she personally chose her to play the character of Meg.

A lady who is attempting to blackmail a wealthy advertising executive was played by Aycox in the suspense film Perfect Stranger, which was released in 2007. The film also starred Halle Berry and Bruce Willis. Aycox had a role in the next year’s production of The X-Files: I Want to Believe, which was the second part of the film franchise based on The X-Files. Aycox had a starring role in the film Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead, which was released in 2008.

In the TNT action/drama series Dark Blue, Aycox has been playing the role of Jaimie Allen, an undercover LAPD police officer, since July of 2009. On September 15, 2010, it aired for the final time.

Aycox published her first extended play (EP), titled Red Velvet Room, in the year 2015. This EP featured five of Aycox’s own original songs.

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