Nikki Reed – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Nikki Reed American Actress, Singer, Screenwriter, Song Writer, Model
Nikki Reed

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Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Body Measurements 34-23-33 inches
Bodytype Slim
Height 5 feet 3 inches (1.63 m)
Weight 53 kg (117 lbs)
Waist 23 inches
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Hazel
Shoe Size 7 (US)
Dress Size 4 (US)
Nickname Nikki, Nik
Gender Female
Age 34 years old (in 2023)
Date of Birth May 17, 1988
Full Name Nicole Houston Reed
Profession Actress, Singer, Screenwriter, Song Writer, Model
Nationality American
Birthplace West Los Angeles, California, United States
Religion Judaism
Zodiac Sign Taurus


Nikki Reed has worked in The Twilight Saga: New Moon, and Twilight.

Nikki Reed Education

School: Alexander Hamilton High School

Nikki Reed Career

Profession: Actress, Singer, Screenwriter, Song Writer, Model

Known For: Rosalie Hale


Film: Thirteen (2003)
TV Series: The O.C. (2006)

Net Worth: USD $16 million (approx)

Family & Relatives

Father: Seth Reed

Mother: Cheryl Houston

Brother: Nathan August Reed

Sister: None

Marital Status: Married

Husband: Ian Somerhalder (m. 2015), Paul McDonald (m. 2011–2015)

No. of Children: 1

Daughter: Bodhi Soleil Reed Somerhalder

Past Relationships:

Victor Rasuk (2004-2006)
DJ Qualls (2006-2007)
Ryan Phillippe (2007)
Pavel Priluchnyy (2009)
Robert Pattinson (2009)
Paris Kasidokostas Latsis (2009-2010)
Paul McDonald (2011-2014)
Derek Hough (2014)

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Hobbies: Not Known

Favorite Movie: City of God (2002), True Romance (1993), Nowhere in Africa (2003), The Shawshank Redemption (1994), The Lion King (1994)

Favorite Clothing Brand: The Raconteurs, Kings of Leon

Favorite Books: Wuthering Heights (By Emily Brontë in 1847), Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother (By James McBride in 1995), Reading Lolita in Tehran (By Azar Nafisi in 2003), They Poured Fire on Us from the Sky (By Judy A. Bernstein in 2005), The Robber Bride (By Margaret Atwood in 1993), A Thousand Splendid Suns (By Khaled Hosseini in 2007), Go Ask Alice (By Beatrice Sparks in 1971), Schindler’s List (By Thomas Keneally in 1982)

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