Significant plot line, implied presence only, in " Slither ". A criminal mastermindshe is one of the few people Goren encounters throughout the series who can get the better of him, particularly by confronting him about his unhappy childhood.
Then again, it wasn't one of your best moments. A seductive, highly intelligent criminal, con artist and serial killer, she is the long-standing nemesis of Detective Robert Goren. She was portrayed by Olivia d'Abo. Contents [ show ] History Nicole Wallace was born in Australi.
It is never confirmed, but strongly implied, that her father molested her as a child.
Goren at one point theorized that the trauma bred in her an intense hatred of both men and women, and an all-consuming need to manipulate and destroy anyone who got close to her. As a young woman, she visited Thailand and met a con artist named Bernard Fremont.
She and Bernard went on a killing spree that targeted male tourists, motivated by money. She seduced the men, stole from them, and sent them outside to be killed by Bernard.
They killed eight people before they were caught.
Bernard was sentenced to life in jail, but Nicole agreed to testify against him and only received a year sentence in jail. After she got out, she moved back to Australia, married a man named Rowan or Rohan Barlett and gave birth to a child named Hannah Barlett.
When Hanna was 3 years old, Nicole began to suspect that Hannah was stealing Rohan's attention from her, so she twisted her arm until it fractured.
Upon realizing what she had done, she snapped the child's neck and buried her body in the iron-rich soils of Australian wetlands which later prevented DNA evidence from proving it was her child.
She told people her child was lost at sea, but police still investigated her. Fearing that she might get caught, she murdered an embezzler named Elizabeth Hitchens and stole her identity to flee to America, where she used Hitchens' credentials to become a literature professor at Hudson University.
She needed a permanent, salary-generating job to get a work visa, allowing her to stay in America without going to jail for Hitchens' crimes. In order to ensure her job at HU, she seduced a lesbian professor named Christine Fellowes, as she was one of the two people on campus who were qualified for a job opening The Head Of American Studies on campus, and would have given her a raise.
However, the dean overseeing the raise, Franklin Winthrop, is unsure who to give the raise to. Nicole convinces an impressionable student named Mark Bayley to murder Winthrop and his secretary when she becomes a witnessbeginning the events of the episode "Anti-Thesis".
After arranging the dean's murder, Christine would get the raise and give her a permanent job in America.
Under her Elizabeth Hitchens alias, she was employed as a visiting professor at Hudson University. Nicole hoped that Fellowes would get the position because of the suspicion cast on another candidate through the killer, Mark Bayley.
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10 Episode 8 To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap (26/06/) Description This show centers on the NYPD's Major Case Squad (and the offbeat, Sherlock Holmes-like Detective Robert Goren) in its efforts to stop the worst criminal offenders in New York.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent S2, E3 - Anti-Thesis Airdate: Sunday, October 13, A university president is killed and the suspects include a professor who wants a chairman position, a grad student, and a lecturer from Oxford.
The Law and Order: Criminal Intent TV show is a 60 minute crime drama series that aired on NBC for the first six seasons and then on the USA Network. It explores crime through the criminals' eyes.
It explores crime through the criminals' eyes. In the October 17 episode of the NBC show, “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” there was a bizarre portrayal of a priest that clearly went over the line. The story revolves around a sexton who is murdered by a junkie.
The junkie, who works at the parish, is then killed by another priest. The. Law & Order: Criminal Intent was renewed a second season in May and production began in Summer Show runner/executive producer René Balcer became head writer this season, writing every episode of the season.