Lovely red-haired actress Lindy Booth pursued a passion for performing straight out of high school, swiftly landing the part of teen paranormal investigator Carrie Taylor on the sci-fi spin-off "Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension. " Sidekick roles followed on the syndicated adventure series "Relic Hunter" and the Disney Channel's spy-spoofing show-about-a-show, "The Famous Jett Jackson." With a standout performance in the direct-to-video sequel, "The Skulls II," Booth ignited a run of horror film roles to rival any Scream Queen; she also appeared in the low-budget serial killer flick "American Psycho II," the hit zombie remake "Dawn of the Dead," and the gruesome deranged-hillbillies thriller "Wrong Turn." However, the versatile actress proved herself as adept in less blood-spattered fare; she made lauded turns as screen siren Lana Turner in the Emmy-winning biopic "Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows," and in the indie heist comedy "Nobel Son,"which featured an ensemble cast headed by Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman, and Danny DeVito. She also shined sharing the screen with Robert DeNiro, in a brief but memorable role in the Barry Levinson-directed Hollywood satire, "What Just Happened."