Nikki SooHoo is an American-born actress from Southern California. Her experience in entertainment began with dance and evolved into formal acting roles beginning with the television pilot "K-POW". In 2003, Nikki SooHoo met Los Angeles talent manager, Addison Witt in his Santa Monica acting studio.Utilizing her dance training, Nikki SooHoo was cast in a series of commercials before she landed the role as the high beam, head-spinning, "Wei Wei" in Disney's gymnastics feature, "Stick It." Nikki SooHoo has an emotional versatility and range that plays well in film and TV, as is demonstrated in her first screen acting role, playing a sexually abused abducted pre-teen in the world of child trafficking at age 14. The short film, "Fields of Mudan," won the Grand Marshall award, and many others. Nikki SooHoo's first starring television role was in the Disney Channel pilot "East of Normal, West of Weird." This was a character torn adopted at birth to an American family, and later torn between her Chinese identity, and Jewish/Protestant parents trying to navigate her religious upbringing.Although Nikki SooHoo has grown up in Hollywood working in Disney and Nickelodeon TV; "Phil of the Future," "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" and "Drake & Josh," she has done what is often very difficult for child actors, crossed over. In the Peter Jackson-directed feature, "The Lovely Bones," Nikki SooHoo plays opposite Oscar-nominated Irish actress, Saoirse Ronan. SooHoo's character, "Holly", brings a lithe, sense of humor, and sage like instinct to the darkly emotional film.And with her strong dance training, Nikki SooHoo effortlessly return to her love of dance in the lighthearted Bring it On franchise, "Fight to the Finish."Nikki SooHoo's ability to merge these worlds together speaks volumes to the skill, and emotionality of her acting.