Actress Pascale Hutton grew up in the small town of Creston, British Columbia, Canada. She left to study in the conservatory actor training program at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton. After completing the program, she remained in the city performing in local theater productions and doing voiceovers. She landed her first on-screen acting job in the TV movie "Hollywood Wives: The New Generation," based on a novel by Jackie Collins, just before she married actor Danny Dorosh in 2003. Shooting began two days after the wedding. Her first notable film role came in 2004 in the Canadian horror sequel "Ginger Snaps: Unleashed." Although her role as Beth-Ann, a patient in a drug detox center, was a minor one, her gory end as werewolf food was unforgettable and gained her recognition. In 2005, her successful performance as Lee, the girlfriend of a widowed businessman in another Canadian production, "A Simple Curve," won her a nomination for a Leo Award (which honors excellence in British Columbia film and television). Some other notable appearances include recurring roles on crime dramas "Flashpoint" and "Intelligence," the teenage-Superman drama "Smallville," and the short-lived thriller "Traveler," on which she was a series regular.