Arianne Zucker Biography
Upon deciding to move back to Los Angeles, Arianne Zucker attended Pierce College and studied to be an actress. It was in Pierce where she was introduced to theater, and was soon involved in workshops and productions such as Beth Henleys Crimes of the Heart and Neil Simons Last of the Red Hot Lovers. Arianne Zucker continued further acting studies at the renowned Howard Fine Studios and has been a student for many years.
Arianne Zuckers first role on film was in a student production at the American Film Institute. Afterwards she auditioned for the role of villainess Nicole Walker in the soap opera Days of Our Lives. After four months of portraying the role, Arianne Zucker was awarded Outstanding Villainess by the Soap Opera Digest. She stayed on the show for eight years.
While on Days of Our Lives, Arianne Zucker was also active on stage, co-starring in Frank Semerano and Jon Rustans The Tangled Snarl/ Murder Me Once, which was shown at The Fremont Center Theatre in South Pasadena. Arianne Zucker received rave reviews in her performance, most notable of which is from the Los Angeles Times. The show lasted for seven months and garnered awards from the ADA Awards including Best Ensemble Cast-Comedy.
In addition to being an actress both on stage and television, Arianne Zucker is also involved in a non-profit theater company named the Virtual Theatre Project, where she is a board member. The said theater company helps open doors for actors, playwrights, designers, directors, technicians and students to share their talents in original theater production and development. The Virtual Theater Project is noted for its successful playwriting competition. The Pen is the Might Sword. Arianne Zucker is a firmly adheres to the enrichment of new ideas especially in writing and that these should be honed to further develop the future of the theater industry.
Arianne Zucker also devotes her time to charity work and is an active supporter of the Make a Wish Foundation. In 2004, she joined the USO Tour and traveled to Guantamano Bay, Cuba to support US troops during the war effort.