Best known for her recurring role as Jennifer Morgan on the CBS sitcom "Rules of Engagement," Bianca Kajlich is a staggeringly beautiful, Seattle-born actress who studied at Washington State University before becoming a professional dancer with the Olympic Ballet Theater. While she loved to dance--she landed important roles in productions of "Swan Lake" and "The Nutcracker"--Kajlich realized that her true passion was for acting, and entered the industry with supporting roles in the smash-hit teen flicks "10 Things I Hate About You" and "Bring It On." She tried her hand at television as well during this period, finding bit parts on the short-lived coming-of-age drama "Freaks and Geeks" and the made-for-TV action movie "Semper Fi," after which her career truly blossomed. In addition to securing recurring parts on the well-received TV series "Boston Public" and "Dawson's Creek," Kajlich played one of the surviving members of a clan of promiscuous teens in the 2002 horror sequel "Halloween: Resurrection," which marked Jamie Lee Curtis' final appearance into Michael Myers franchise. After a handful of roles on quickly cancelled TV series such as "Vanished" and "In Justice," Kajlich joined the cast of "Rules of Engagement" in 2007, marking her longest-running TV role to date. Returning to the big screen in 2011, she thrilled male fans as sexy stripper Juicy opposite Jesse Eisenberg and Danny McBride in the comedy thriller "30 Minutes or Less."