Born in Austria and based in Vienna, Nicole Ennemoser hails from a magical land where nudity is allowed on TV, and actresses regularly test this theory by going naked on screen. After debuting as Melanie Schemmer in the Austrian TV series Four Women and a Funeral in 2005, the lovely and nubile Nicole made her big-screen debut as Veronika in the feature film Exhuminus Exum – Die Macht zwischen Leben und Tod, or The Power Between Life and Death. Nicole then, to our great delight, got the last of her debuts out of the way by skipping the constant wardrobe demands as Maria Hecht in the TV movie Schön, daß es dich gibt (2005), or It's Great That You're There. The 5’6” hottie goes full frontal naked (naked! full frontal!), showing off a tiny landing strip and the kind of perky boobs you dream of palming. She continued the German-language TV movie trend, starring as Josepha von Paumgarten in Mozart – Ich hätte München Ehre gemacht (2006), or I Would Have Done Munich Honor; and Valentina in Johanna – Köchin aus Leidenschaft (2009), or Passionate Cook, before using her ability to speak English as fluently as German by taking the role of Hel in the US TV movie Thor: Hammer of the Gods (2009), starring Zachary Ty Bryan (the popular kid (the tall one) from Home Improvement). Nicole has also done commercials for Mercedes-Benz and McDonald’s, and on her official acting CV, the star notes that she does many things “very good,” including gold, jogging, skiing, and snowboarding. And painting—she’s also an artist, and has had multiple shows and exhibits around the world.