Father, a director; mother, a producer; niece of Shirley Temple (an actress). Avocational Interests: Volunteering, writing short stories, painting, making her own postcards, and colleting old typewriters.
Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Matt Schwartz Management, 930 S. Orange Grove Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036.
Hostage, Swordfish, Warner Bros., 2001.
Laura Dupont, Expired, 2002.
Dana Lynn Cooper, Vampire Clan, Nu Image Films, 2002.
Kate, Ted Bundy (also known as Bundy), First Look Pictures Releasing, 2002.
Marcie, Two Days, Hart Sharp Video, 2003.
Katie, Happily Ever After, Hothead Media, 2004.
Melissa, Dog Gone Love, MTI Home Video, 2004.
Toni, Reverie, 2005.
Production assistant: Los Angeles, Best in Show, Warner Bros., 2000.
Television Appearances; Series:
Parker McKenna, Six Feet Under, HBO, 2001–2002.
Sarah Heywood, Jake 2.0, UPN, 2003.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Holly, A Tale of Two Bunnies (also known as The Price of Beauty), ABC, 2000.
Sarah Heywood, Jake 2.0: The Tech, UPN, 2003.
Christine Beckford, The Trail to Hope Rose, Hallmark Channel, 2004.
Nora Landry, Wedding Daze, Hallmark Channel, 2004.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Officer Gwen Sullivan, "Subject: Police Siren," Freaky-Links, Fox, 2001.
Dr. Colleen Moore, "The Straw," Special Unit 2 (also known as SU2), UPN, 2002.
Crystal, "Viva Las Vegas," CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I. and CSI: Weekends), CBS, 2004.
Movieline Magazine, June, 2002.
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