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|Interpretado por||Tawny Cypress|
|Fecha de la muerte||Finales de Octubre 2006|
|Hogar||New York, NY|
|Occupación||Vendedora de arte|
|Seres queridos||formerly Isaac Mendez (deceased), |
formerly Peter Petrelli
|Padre/Madre||Charles Deveaux (deceased)|
Simone Deveaux era una comerciante de arte de Nueva York.
Historia del personaje
Después visita a su novio Isaac Mendez en su estudio y lo detiene antes de que destruya muchas de sus pinturas. Él confiesa que ha estado consumiendo heroina de nuevo, y cree que sus pinturas se están volviendo reales. Cuando le dice que que quiere acabar con su resaca ella llama a Peter y queda con él en el apartamento de su padre. Allí coge algo de morfina y le pide a Peter que la acompañe ya que él puede dar inyecciones.
Isaac se despierta a la mañana siguente con Simone, que continua cuidando de él. Cuando vuelve a insistir en que sus pinturas están prediciendo el futuro, ambos discuten.
Isaac regresa a su estudio y encuantra a Simone recogiendo algunas de sus pinturas para una exposición. Ésta le dice que utilice el dinero para entrar en reabilitación y abandonar las drogas. Él vuelve a insitir en que sus pintura predicen el futuro. Le da un ultimatum a Simone y está lo deja.
Más tarde, Simone se acerca a Peter en el vestíbulo del apartamento de su padre. Él le dice que va a dejar su trabajo de enfremero ya que ésta destinado a hacer cosas más grandes. Ella le dice que le echara de menos y él le responde que todos se vuelven a encontrar tarde o temprano en Nueva York.
En uno de los eventos de la campaña política de Nathan Petrelli, Simone se encuentra con Peter. Cuando se están acercando, Nathan comienza a dar su discurso. En éste declara que su padre se había suicidado tras pasar una gran depresión y que la caída de Peter fue también un intento de suicidio debido a la depresión. Peter se marcha enfadado y Simone le sigue. Cuando están en la calle le dice que ella sabe que él no intento suicidarse. Se besan, mientras que Issac pinta en un cuadro la misma escena.
Simone y Peter despiertan juntos en el apartamento de éste. Cuando Peter sale a hablar con Nathan, Simone se viste y se prepara para marchar. Le dice a Peter que no está segura de estar preparada para comenzar otra relación.
Peter llama a Simone para intentar localizar un cuadro desaparecido.
Simone arrives at Peter's apartment and tells him that her father has died. She and Peter go to Isaac's studio but find it empty. She tells Peter that her father woke up just before he died and said he flew over the world with Peter, who told him everything would be OK. She tells Peter she got his messages about the painting and that it's been sold to Mr. Linderman.
Nathan has acquired the missing painting, and he meets Simone at Isaac's studio to view it. Simone tells Nathan that Peter believes Isaac can paint the future, and the painting shows what appears to be Peter, dead, underneath the Homecoming banner at the Union Wells High School. Nathan destroys the painting by splashing it with black paint.
Later, Peter meets Simone at Isaac's apartment. Simone shows Peter the ruined painting, and tells Peter that Nathan did it to protect him so that he wouldn't get himself killed. Peter asks Simone to describe the painting to him. Simone retrieves a digital copy of the original painting from her pocket book and shows it to Peter. She tries to convince him not to go, but Peter tells her he has to. She tells him that Union Wells High School is in Odessa, TX, and that homecoming is that night.
Simone and Nathan arrive at Isaac's apartment. Simone is surprised to see his paintings, which were missing the last time she was there. She tells Nathan that Isaac has been gone for three weeks. Isaac now sober, tells Simone that he's only alive because of her and that he still loves her. Simone is surprised that Hiro is really the character from Isaac's comic book. She tells Hiro that Mr. Linderman is a client of hers, and that he purchases every painting of Isaac's that he can. Rolling up his latest painting, she tells Hiro that she can arrange for him to meet Mr. Linderman.
Simone visits Isaac at his studio to ask if he can use his power to tell her where to find Peter, but Isaac says already been trying without success. She later notices a painting of Isaac and her standing together on the roof of her father's building. She meets Isaac on that rooftop. As Isaac laments the destruction of the city, Simone tells him that he wouldn't have been given his powers if there were nothing he could do. They share a tender moment and depart.
Simone visits Isaac at his apartment, asking if he has found Peter. He claims he hasn't, but she can tell he is lying. He confesses that he has painted images in which Peter is invisible, but says he doesn't know where to find him. Simone visits Nathan at his office and suggests that he go public about their powers to help find Peter, but Nathan refuses. Returning to Isaac's apartment, she is accidentally shot and killed by Isaac, who had been trying to shoot down an invisible Peter.
Simone, dead, is placed onto a bed by Peter, while Isaac loses control and begins shooting at Peter, forcing Peter to use his invisibility to escape. Both grieve. Simone's death shakes Peter's ideals, and later causes him to have an emotional breakdown.
Simone's absence, the gun shots, and an anonymous call from Nathan arouse the NYPD's suspicion, causing them to investigate Isaac's apartment. However, Candice Willmer, a Company employee, uses her power to take on the appearance of Simone, to Isaac's shock. Her arrival wards off the police, and she and Mr. Bennet set up the rumor that Simone will be in Europe "indefinitely", leaving Isaac safe. However, Candice takes things one step further by taking on a new appearance: Simone, with blood on her blouse and coat, taunting Isaac to shoot her again. Isaac is left haunted by the image.
Peter has a dream about the first time he met Simone. In that dream, Simone thanks him for taking care of a perfect stranger and she sees Peter as a hero. Peter replies by explaining his thoughts about death and how it can be beautiful. He concludes by saying that he's not the hero, but that Charles is the real hero. After a short pause, Simone shows Peter the apartment.
- Isaac's key--used to access Isaac's apartment
- Portfolio--used to carry sketches, paintings, and catalog images
- According to Oliver Grigsby, there was some discussion about Simone's last name before production began. "Devere" and "Devereaux" were considered, and "Deveaux" was chosen just before production began. 
- Isaac's love interest was originally written as a bohemian white woman named Stella. However, after Ali Larter beat out Cypress for the role of Niki Sanders, Heroes creator Tim Kring offered the role of Stella to Cypress. The character was changed from a bohemian to an art dealer, and the name was changed to Simone Deveaux. The writers had discussed several storyline possibilities for Simone, such as pregnancy and becoming another "Horn Rimmed Glasses" like Mr. Bennet. Cypress believed Simone to be "the Lois Lane of the Heroes world." In the end, however, the creative staff could not decide what direction to take Simone. Kring informed her of Simone's fate in December 2006. , , 
- In the vision in which Peter sees himself explode, Simone is seen running and being grabbed by Isaac.
- When Simone first enters Isaac's apartment, she is carrying a painting of a woman and a cat (Genesis). The painting she carries is called Kitty. It is a serigraph created by Tim Sale for the Saint-Germain branch of the "Album" comics store in Paris.
- For articles related to Simone, see Related Articles:Simone.
- For images of Simone, see Images of Simone Deveaux.