Cheryl White is an actress who has, more often than not, played minor and one-off roles in television and a few feature films. Two of her few leading, or at least more prominent, roles were in the short-lived legal/crime drama "The D.A.," and in the thriller film "Inside," starring Leighton Meester. In both of these projects ,White plays the wife of main or prominent characters, though she had a slightly larger role in the latter. "The D.A." was similar to "Law & Order" in that, although it was a crime-based drama, it integrated suspenseful and comedic elements. "Inside," on the other hand, had more of a horror/thriller premise, with White playing one half of a psychotic couple who traps a stranger who bears a resemblance to their dead son. White collaborated again with one of her "D.A." co-stars, Bruno Campos, in the 2005 romantic comedy "Crazylove," about two institutionalized people who find love--White played a more minor role as compared with "The D.A.." In the controversial and short-lived "The Book of Daniel," an unconventional series about an Episcopal priest (played by Aidan Quinn) and his relationship with Christianity, White had a recurring minor role for eight episodes.