Danielle Panabaker hit the ground running in a lot of ways. First, she managed to finish high school by the age of 14, only two years after she started seriously getting into acting in theater and commercials. With her young star trending upwards, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother to try to get more involved in the world of acting. It started slowly, with a few guest roles on TV shows like "Malcolm in the Middle" (Fox 2000-06) and "The Bernie Mac Show" (Fox 2001-06). In the meantime, she graduated college, first from Glendale Community College and then from UCLA by the end of 2007. Even in that time, she started working in film, appearing in the teen superhero comedy "Sky High" (2005), the family comedy "Yours, Mine & Ours" (2005), and Kevin Costner-starring thriller "Mr. Brooks" (2007). Panabaker landed a regular TV gig in the James Woods-starring "Shark" (CBS 2006-08) and then followed that up with a role in the horror remake "Friday the 13th" (2009). Steady work in acting followed all of this, with regular appearances across a variety of shows. Most notably she recurred in "Necessary Roughness" (USA 2011-13) and appeared in a few episodes of "Justified" (FX 2010-15). In 2014, Panabaker returned to the world of superheroes as she appeared in "Arrow" (The CW 2012-) as Caitlin Snow, better known in the comics as the villain Killer Frost. The character was a regular on "The Flash" (The CW 2014-).