Nicole deBoer portrays Ezri
Dax, the newest member of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, who inherits
the memories of the previous Dax characters; as such, she is actually the union of some nine different
characters, each with their own distinct history.
Most recently, deBoer starred
in the independent feature film "Cube" (the Toronto Film Festival winner
which was hailed with widespread critical acclaim). One of Canada's busiest leading actresses,
last season she completed work on the series "Dooley Gardens," marking the fifth Canadian series in
which she has been a series regular. Her other Canadian series include "Beyond Reality," "9B,"
"Forever Knight" and "First Resort." American audiences will know deBoer from her starring role in
USA Networks' "Mission Genesis," her series regular role on MTV's "Catwalk," and recurring roles
on HBO's "The Kids in the Hall." In addition, she has guest-starred in the CBS Movie of the Week,
"Family of Cops" and "Top Cops," and Showtime's "Outer Limits" and "Poltergeist," as well as in a
number of Canadian series, including "Manic Mansion," "Hidden Room," "Sweating Bullets" and "The War."
DeBoer has appeared in a
number of made-for-television movies, including Fox's
"The Counterfeit Contessa," ABC's "J.F.K.: Reckless Youth," USA Networks' "Kissing Place" and
The Disney Channel's "My Date With the President's Daughter." Her films for Canadian television
include starring roles in "Heart of Courage," "E.N.G." and "Baby It's You."
In addition to "Cube," deBoer
has starred in a number of other independent feature films, including
"Jungleground," Prom Night IV" and New Line's "National Lampoon's Senior Trip." A busy stage
actress in addition to her television and film work, deBoer has starred in numerous Canadian
regional theater productions, among them "Little Women," "Our Town," "Anne of Green Gables,"
"The Wizard of Oz," "Little Foxes" and "The Father