Actress Britne Oldford was born in the Canadian province of Ontario, where she attended a well-known arts-intensive high school where she majored in drama. Oldford's very first role on the small screen came in 2009 when she appeared on "The Latest Buzz" (2007-2010), a Canadian teen sitcom. Oldford's next small screen appearance became a major breakthrough when she was cast in the U.S. adaptation of the hit U.K. show "Skins" (MTV, 2011). The show was cancelled after only one season, but Oldford continued to forge her career. She lent her voice to an episode of "Robot Chicken" (Cartoon Network, 2005-), and appeared in "American Horror Story: Asylum" (FX, 2011-). In 2013, Oldford was cast in "Ravenswood"(ABC Family, 2013-14), as Remy Beaumont. The series was cancelled after only one season. Oldford appeared in five episodes of the legal drama "The Divide"(WE, 2014), which was also cancelled after only one season. In 2016 it was announced that Oldford was cast in the lead opposite actor Nathan Phillips in a new drama series called "Hunters" (Syfy 2016), focusing on the aftermath of the disappearance of a police officer's wife.