Bre Blair was a Canadian actress probably best known for her early work playing Stacey McGill, a member of the all-girl Baby Sitter's Club in the 1995 film adaptation of the popular Ann M. Martin children's book series. She later co-starred with the late Brittany Murphy, Michael Biehn, and Jay Mohr in the 2000 teen horror film "Cherry Falls," in which the teens must have sex to survive a series of gruesome murders because the mysterious killer is targeting virgins, a twist on the slasher genre which typically had promiscuous teens being killed instead of virginal heroines. The following year she co-starred in another provocative teen-oriented program, "Undressed" (MTV 2001), a show that straightforwardly dealt with teens having sex. In 2005, she guest-starred in an emotionally powerful two-part episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (CBS 2000-2015), playing the wife of a policeman killed by friendly fire. She also had a recurring role during the fourth and last season of the military drama "The Unit" (CBS 2006-09). Following supporting roles in the horror sequel "Quarantine 2: Terminal" (2011) and the aging-men comedy drama "Last Vegas" (2013), Blair costarred on the crime thriller series "Game of Silence" (NBC 2016- ).