Vancouver actress Crystal Lowe is not only a captivating rising star, but also one of Hollywood's most in-demand "Scream Queens" and sought-after sci-fi heroines. The motivated performer has quickly established herself as a go-to actor with credits in sci-fi and thriller projects that include a multitude of memorable characters, including her most recent recurring role in Space TV's original mythological/action series "Primeval: New World," where she played Toby Nance, a young physics prodigy. Crystal also had starring roles in "A Little Bit Zombie," "Killer Mountain," "Yeti: Curse of The Snow Demon," "Wrong Turn 2," "Black Christmas," "Snakes On A Plane," "Masters of Horror," "Scary Movie 4," "Final Destination 3" and "Children of The Corn: Revelations."
Most recently, Lowe took on a new role behind the camera, producing her first film. Along with fellow Canadian leading ladies Agam Darshi and Sandy Sidhu, Lowe brought to life the BravoFact project "Fade Out." The nine-minute film stars Ona Grauer, Adrian Holmes, Chelah Horsdal and David Lewis, as it follows an aging actress, desperate to keep herself together on the night of her movie premiere.
Lowe, who was born and raised in Vancouver, had the unique opportunity to live in Hong Kong for some time during her adolescent years. She began her career in modeling, winning several competitions and being featured as a centerfold and cover model for numerous magazines. She also modeled for the videogames "Need for Speed" 2004 and "Fight Night 2004."
The talented performer is also easily recognized from her starring role as Vala Kandorian on the final season of "Smallville," and continues to showcase different aspects of her talent through strong and interesting characters on television and in film.