Emma Booth has been called one to watch ever since her role in the 2007 film "Introducing the Dwights". As Kim, she starred as the love interest of Khan Chittenden who held the lead role of Tim in the romantic comedy. The film was a success at the Sundance Film Festival, and put the model and actress on the radar of American audiences. Before working in film, the former model began her acting career with the role of Dana Drysdale in the series "Bush Patrol" from 1996 to 1997. The Australian series follows a group of children who decide to work together to protect the bush lands. Her exposure in "Introducing the Dwights" brought more film roles and Booth starred opposite Clive Owen in the 2009 Australian drama "The Boys Are Back". She plays Laura in the film about a sportswriter who becomes a single parent after his wife is diagnosed with cancer and passes away. She also played Germaine Greer in Beebee Kidron's 2010 drama "Hippie Hippie Shake", a film that followed the experiences of Richard Neville in the 1960s. Booth returned to Australian television in 2010 on the crime drama "Underbelly". She continued her transition into American film with her role in the 2012 thriller, "Parker".