Nicole Vigil was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. While studying acting at the American Conservatory Theatre in the early '90s, she played several bit roles in feature film and television productions. In 1996, she appeared as a supporting actress in the critically acclaimed and award-winning indie film, Daughters (1996). Also a vocalist, in 1999 Nicole replaced Johnny Boyd in the jump-swing band, Indigo Swing. Already an established group upon her joining them, Indigo Swing toured the U.S. and Europe headlining concert venues and festivals and toured as opener for'The Brian Setzer Orchestra'. The group was officially disbanded by 2002. In 2004, she was a producer on "Jumpin' At The Border", a guitar jazz and world music album by Indigo Swing band mate Josh Workman, which won the Jazz Education Journal's Blue Chip Award and landed in the top 25 of the national jazz charts. As of 2006, she's been a member of the production team at Lucasfilm Animation and is a voice actor living in Marin (Northern CA).