Spunky blonde Kristin Booth began her acting career in the late 1990s, appearing as a cheerleader in the true crime reenactment series "Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science." The following year, she acted in the eerie FOX series "Brimstone" and co-starred in the made-for-television disaster movie "Ice." Booth continued to act in TV through the remainder of the 1990s, and made her feature film debut with a small role in the nostalgic stoner comedy "Detroit Rock City." After earning supporting parts in the period TV movie "Jewel" and the lighthearted romantic comedy "On the Line," Booth starred in the 2003 action caper "Foolproof," sharing the screen with Ryan Reynolds. Working heavily in television over the next few years, Booth then received major film roles again in 2007. That year found her receiving a sizable amount of screen time in the edgy comedy "Young People Fucking" and the downbeat urban drama "This Beautiful City." After starring in the short-lived 2008 TV series "MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives," she acted in the 2009 feature "Defendor," a black comedy that featured Woody Harrelson in the title role as a would-be superhero. She also began lending her voice to the animated sitcom "Producing Parker" that year. In 2011, she did supporting work in the mini-series "The Kennedys," a biopic about the political dynasty.