With roles in everything from the quirky family sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle" to the serial killer thriller "Sorority Row," Leah Pipes has enjoyed a successful supporting acting career in both film and television. One of her first roles was in the short-lived series "Lost at Home," playing the daughter of a workaholic advertising executive who tries to reconnect with his family before it's too late. She next appeared as an insecure singer in the Disney fantasy movie "Pixel Perfect" and landed one-off roles on the forensic drama "Bones" and the high-profile legal series "Shark." Pipes portrayed a hyper-competitive soccer player in the 2007 coming-of-age film "Her Best Move" and played the manipulative leader of a high school clique in the Lifetime cable drama "Odd Girl Out." From 2007 to 2008, she played Katie Clarke on "Life is Wild," adapted from a popular British TV series about a veterinarian who moves his family to a South African game reserve. She next landed a guest role as a cunning thief on the sci-fi series "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" and appeared as a wealthy but vulnerable law associate in the prime-time TV series "The Deep End," about a group of law school graduates who bond during their first year at a prestigious L.A. law firm. Seemingly moving into more film work after 2009's "Sorority Row," Pipes subsequently had a string of big-screen appearances, including in the romantic comedies "Conception" and "Musical Chairs" (in which she played the female lead).