A multi-cultural and versatile entertainer, Majandra Delfino kick-started her Hollywood career with a memorable role on the television drama "Roswell" (The WB, 1999-2001; UPN, 2001-02). Playing a teenaged waitress who encounters a group of extra-terrestrial beings in the mysterious New Mexico town launched Delfino to stardom, making her a household name with young adults and science-fiction fans. While making her mark on the small screen with "Roswell," Delfino delivered a solid performance as a young drug addict, appearing alongside seasoned actors such as Michael Douglas and Benicio del Toro in the Academy Award-winning film "Traffic" (2000). Delfino ventured into music territory throughout her career, releasing a couple of independent albums that showcased her sultry vocals and eclectic musicality. In 2011, Delfino returned to series television with the comedy "State of Georgia" (ABC Family), a role that transformed her from a former teen star into an accomplished actress.