'24' Star is the New Face of Bally
Actress endorses nation's top fitness brand and challenges Americans to get fit.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2007
Actress Marisol Nichols will be the new face of Bally Total Fitness' latest campaign, which emphasizes the company's latest innovations in the field of fitness and health. TV ads featuring Nichols will showcase brand-new technology aimed at making workouts easier and more effective. "People want to be healthy," says Nichols, "but the culture is working against them. Health and fitness are big issues in this country -- and I think it's a vital cause to support."
Nichols' face won't be unfamiliar to TV audiences. Her starring roles include hits likes "Blind Justice" and "24," for which she earned an ALMA Award nomination for her portrayal of CTU Analyst "Nadia Yassir." On the big screen, Nichols recently starred alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff in Sony's feature film "Felon," set for release in 2008.
The new Bally campaign launches on January 2, 2008.
Marisol Nichols' credits reflect her versatility both in film and television. She is a sought-after actress in Hollywood who has worked alongside some of the most prominent actors and directors in the business.
Nichols can be seen in the comedy "Delta Farce" and starred opposite Martin Lawrence in "Big Momma's House 2." Additional feature credits include "Vegas Vacation," "Bowfinger" and "Scream 2."
On the small screen, Nichols starred in "In Justice" and the Stephen Bochco series "Blind Justice." Other television credits include the critically acclaimed series "Resurrection Blvd" as well as numerous appearances on "Friends," "Alias," "Nip/Tuck," "CSI," "Law & Order: SVU," "ER" and "Cold Case."
Nichols is a spokesperson and volunteer for various causes including Criminon, an international, non-profit organization that addresses the cause of criminality and seeks to rehabilitate inmates, and The Citizens Commission on Human Rights, a non-profit public benefit organization dedicated to investigating and exposing psychiatric violations of human rights.
For more information, please visit: www. marisol-nichols. com.