Nicki Aycox Obituary, Death – Nicki Aycox, a former American actress and singer best remembered for her roles in Supernatural, Jeepers Creepers 2, Perfect Stranger, and The X-Files: I Want to Believe. Red Velvet Room, her debut EP, was published in 2015 has died. Aycox was born in the town of Hennessey, Oklahoma. She is Native American, with a younger brother named Steve. As a child, Aycox used to compete in beauty pageants and play the piano. 3rd Rock from the Sun, USA High, Boy Meets World, The X-Files, and a recurring role on Providence were among his early credits.

Aycox portrayed Minxie Hayes, a psychic cheerleader, in Jeepers Creepers 2. Jeepers Creepers 2 was the sequel to the 2001 horror film Jeepers Creepers. From July through October 2005, Aycox portrayed Private Brenda “Mrs. B” Mitchell on Over There. The series chronicles a unit of the US Army’s 3rd Infantry Division during its first tour of duty in occupied Iraq, as well as the effects of the war on the soldiers’ families back home.

In 2006, Aycox played Amber Canardo, a psychopathic serial murderer, in the Criminal Minds episode “The Perfect Storm.” She played Meg Masters, a recurring antagonist, in the first season of the WB (now CW) series Supernatural. Kim Manners, executive producer, had previously worked with Aycox on a directed episode of Over There and hand-picked her for the role of Meg. In the 2007 thriller Perfect Stranger, Aycox co-starred with Halle Berry and Bruce Willis as a woman seeking to blackmail a wealthy advertising executive.

Aycox starred in The X-Files: I Want to Believe, the franchise’s second feature film sequel, the following year.  The filming began in December 2007 and concluded on March 11, 2008. Aycox also appears in Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead, the sequel to Joy Ride, which was released in 2001. In July 2009, Aycox began her role as Jaimie Allen (an undercover LAPD cop) in the TNT action/drama series Dark Blue. Its run came to an end on September 15, 2010. In 2015, Aycox released her debut EP, Red Velvet Room, which featured five tracks of her original music.