Lisa Marie Caruk
Petite blonde Lisa Marie Caruk made her acting debut in 1997 with an appearance in "Ronnie & Julie", a modernized, made-for-television take on "Romeo and Juliet". Caruk then continued to act in TV movies and series throughout the remainder of the 1990s. In 2000, she landed a supporting part in the bloody Hollywood thriller "Final Destination". Helmed by veteran horror and sci-fi producer/director James Wong, the film proved to be popular with audiences and spawned several sequels. Following "Final Destination", Caruk began to work prolifically in television again. Some of her TV roles from the early 2000s include guest spots on the supernatural series "Stephen King's Dead Zone", "Tru Calling" and the quirky "Dead Like Me". Caruk then appeared in the uplifting 2004 hockey drama "Miracle", which starred Kurt Russell. Caruk subsequently returned to television, often acting on shows with science fiction and fantasy bents, such as the popular superhero drama "Smallville" and the mysterious "The 4400". In 2006, the actress added to her film credits with a part in the much discussed (and often parodied) thriller "Snakes on a Plane". Caruk then set her sights on television movies, embarking on a series of roles in TV chillers that included "The Haunting of Sorority Row".