Crystal Lowe

NAME: Crystal Lowe

KNOWN FOR: Smallville, Supernatural, Stargate SG-1, Primeval: New World

WEBSITE: twitter.com/RealCrystalLowe

Lowe started her career as a model. Her first acting role was at age 15 was as Nya on an episode of Stargate SG-1. Lowe went on to guest star in several popular television shows like Masters of Horror, Psych, Supernatural, Stargate: Atlantis, The L Word plus many more.

Lowe's first film role came in 2000 when she was cast in the film Get Carter. Soon after she was cast as Tiffany in the horror film Children of the Corn: Revelation. In 2006 Crystal was cast as Ashlyn Halperin in Final Destination 3. Her next role was as Lauren in the remake of Black Christmas. Just after Black Christmas, Lowe went on to star as Elena in Wrong Turn 2: Dead End. She was considered a "scream queen" after her appearances in these horror films.

After her work on Wrong Turn 2, Lowe went on to do cameo roles in the films Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Good Luck Chuck. In 2008 she was reunited with her Final Destination 3 Co-star Amanda Crew in the film That One Night. Also in 2008, Lowe was cast in supporting roles for the films Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon, Poison Ivy: The Secret Society and Center Stage: Turn It Up.

In 2009, Lowe had a small role in the action film Driven to Kill with Steven Seagal.

In 2010, Lowe appeared as Zoe in the film Hot Tub Time Machine, as Vala in the 9th season of the CW show Smallville and as Nina in Sheldon Wilson's horror/thriller film Killer Mountain.

In mid-2011, Lowe was cast as Tina in A Little Bit Zombie and as Piper/Peaches in the TV movie To the Mat.

In early 2012, she was cast as Toby Nance, one of the lead characters in the new series Primeval: New World.

In 2014, Lowe was cast as Rita Heywith in the Hallmark series Signed, Sealed, Delivered, which aired for one season in 2014 before becoming successive television films.

In 2017, Lowe played a very minor role as the illiberal mother of Julian, the main antagonist in the film version of Wonder, based on the 2012 novel.