Canadian actress Claudette Mink has performed in many high-profile TV shows and films, including the remake "Alfie". She studied at the George Brown Theatre School in Toronto and starred on stage alongside Mickey Rooney. Bypassing the Canadian industry, she immediately began appearing in Hollywood productions with a costarring role in the action film "Deadly Heroes" in 1993. During the rest of the '90s she was a guest actress on shows like the sci-fi drama "Viper" and the fantasy program "Sliders". She had a starring role in the horror sequel "Children of the Corn: Revelation" and a recurring part on the mystery "John Doe". She was part of the ensemble cast of the offbeat family drama "The Days", which lasted just six episodes, and had a role in "Alfie", the comedic drama starring Jude Law, playing "Bitter Girl". Other notable parts include supporting roles in the horror mystery show "Harper's Island" and in the Pierce Brosnan thriller "Shattered".