A young Canadian actress, Kacey Rohl entered show business seemingly overnight by appearing on television in no less than six productions during 2010. In addition to supporting roles in two dramatic Lifetime made-for-TV movies, "The Client List" and "Bond of Silence," Rohl was featured on episodes of four different sci-fi/fantasy shows during the same year, the most notable being the dramatic "Battlestar Galactica" spin-off "Caprica" and the fan favorite "Fringe," where she played the sister of a troubled man who has superhuman cognitive abilities. The following year, Rohl made her feature-film debut as a supporting character in the dark and melodramatic fairy tale "Red Riding Hood," starring Amanda Seyfried, Virginia Madsen and Gary Oldman. After appearing on an installment of the kid-oriented horror show"R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour," Rohl joined the cast of the highly touted mystery series "The Killing" as recurring character Sterling Fitch, a gig that proved particularly convenient for her since it was shot, in part, in or near her home city of Vancouver. Clearly not willing to slow down, despite her involvement in numerous projects, Rohl also turned up in the Canadian productions "Sunflower Hour," a satirical look at children's programs, and the comedy "Sisters & Brothers."