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Nichola Theobald began her career in the modelling industry and appeared in a shopwindow worldwide campaign for French Connection and then went on to appear in many editorials in magazines including Esquire and FHM.
She was one of the contestants / presenters on 'Naked Angels in Beach Paradise', a reality show based in Ibiza, Spain - this followed her and five others (including lapdancer Jodie Nichols), as they undertook various fun challenges, from the 'Angel'.
Following a second successful advertising campaign for French Connection her status as a model grew and she was featured in a variety of editorials in popular magazines such as Men's Health, Mixmag, Front, Loaded and Zoo.
On her return to the UK, Nichola began working in television to put her drama training to good use.
The Diamond Car Insurance advert proved so popular that her photographs were syndicated by Diamond Car Insurance for use on their website and as a key image in their marketing strategy including magazines and mailshots.
Nichola has also starred in an extended series of television promotions for Sky Travel and has been the presenter of a series of infomercials for Cosmedicate and Lynnergy.
Nichola's television acting credits include: Eloise in TV series Mile High, Emma Casey (the personal assistant of Eli Knox, played by Shane Lynch) in the long-running TV series Dream Team and Nell MacMuffin in a special edition of the children's show Basil Brush entitled "Celebrity Bushwhack" in which she played a parody of a British celebrity contestant who shall remain nameless.
Nichola Theobald's most significant role to date was as Sherry, the personal assistant to a London vice-lord played by Colin Salmon in the television miniseries Trial & Retribution VIII : Blue Eiderdown.
Her most recent cinematic role is in an independent film entitled Reflections in the Sand (written by contemporary British dramatist Ben Glanfield) which is due for release later this year.
In March 2010, Theobald appeared in an episode of the BBC soap opera EastEnders, playing Bev, who (along with her friend Debs), unsuccessfully attempts to chat-up established characters Phil Mitchell and Minty Peterson.