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April 12, 1972|
Burley, Idaho, United States
NiCole Robinson Snyder
|Religion||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)|
|Spouse(s)||Craig Snyder (m. 2003-2012, divorced)|
Lincoln Snyder (deceased)
L. J. Snyder
NiCole Robinson (born April 12, 1972 in Burley, Idaho) is an American stand-up comedian and actress. Raised in Paul, Idaho, as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she is best known for her portrayal of quirky secretary Margaret Hooper on The West Wing. She is also recognized as playing "The Smoking Woman" on an episode of Friends. She started her television acting career on Seinfeld, playing the waitress at Monk's Café for 3 episodes.
When asked about why she capitalizes the "C" in her name, she replied, "Why not? Life is too short to be all lowercase. Seriously, it's what poor people do to look fancy."
In 2007, Robinson and her lobbyist husband, Craig Snyder, lost their infant son, Lincoln, to a rare and fatal genetic lung condition called alveolar capillary dysplasia. Since then, they have started a memorial fund called The 3 Angels Memorial Fund for ACD Research. They have two other children together, a daughter named Shirley, born in 2005 and a son named L.J., born in 2010.
|1996||Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman||Reporter #1||"Stop the Presses" (season 4, episode 10)|
|1997||Meego||Teacher||"Performance Art" (season 1, episode 12)|
|1997||Veronica's Closet||Female Office Worker||"Veronica's Not Happy About the Book" (season 1, episode 4)|
|1998||Suddenly Susan||Grace||"War Games" (season 3, episode 6)|
|1999||Friends||The Smoking Woman||"The One with the Cop" (season 5, episode 16)|
|1999-2006||The West Wing||Margaret Hooper||(7 seasons, 105 episodes)|
|2001||Maybe It's Me||Coach Ryan||"The Cheerleader Episode" & "The Lunch Lady Episode" (season 1, episodes 3 & 9)|
|2002||What I Like About You||Wendra||"Spa Day" (season 1, episode 2)|
|2002||Off Centre||Elaine||"P.P. Doc II: The Examination Continues" (season 2, episode 4)|
|2003||Like Family||Customer #1||"Value of a Dollar" (season 1, episode 9)|
|2008||All My Children||Kelly Brown||(season 1, episodes 9,793, 9,802 & 9,812)|
|2011||For a Green Card||Jasmine||"Go Team Fake Wedding" (season 1, episode 5)|
|2002||Dawg a.k.a. Bad Boy||Megan Riley||direct-to-video|
|2003||Short||Salon Assistant #2||short film|
|2003||Evil Alien Conquerors||Gail||direct-to-video|
|2007||Dragon Wars: D-War||Psychiatrist|
|2009||The Women||Make Over Lady|
- McCullough, Marie (17 February 2008). "Tragedy and a DNA puzzle". Philly.com. http://articles.philly.com/2008-02-17/news/24989014_1_newborns-craig-snyder-rare-disorder. Retrieved 17 January 2012.