An archaeologist gains an amulet that lets her turn into the superheroine goddess Isis and fight evil. Julie Benz is an American actress, best known for her roles as Darla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel (1997–2004) and Rita Bennett on Dexter (2006–2010), for which she won the 2006 Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress and the 2009 Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. By 1989, with her figure skating career over, Benz became involved in local theater, where she was cast in the play Street Law. Her subsequent roles include an unaired Aaron Spelling television pilot Cross Town Traffic.
In 1996, Benz auditioned for the role of Buffy Summers in the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997), but lost out to Sarah Michelle Gellar.
In 1998, she had a recurring role as Joplin Russell in the TV show Ask Harriet (though the show was canceled and only two of her appearances aired), then guest-starred on Conrad Bloom and The King of Queens.
She reprised her role as Darla in 2000 for the Buffy spin-off series Angel appearing in every season for at least one episode. In early 2010, ABC announced that Benz had landed a lead role as Stephanie Powell, in the network's drama pilot No Ordinary Family. Register so you can check out ratings by your friends, family members, and like-minded members of the FA community of users. She has also starred on the series Roswell (1999–2000), Desperate Housewives (2010), No Ordinary Family (2010–2011) and A Gifted Man (2011–2012). She made two movies, the dark comedy Jawbreaker and Dirt Merchant, before landing a lead role in another TV show called Payne. She was the only white actor featured in the principal cast of the romantic comedy The Brothers. She had a supporting role in a Swedish independent movie called Kill Your Darlings, a lead role in the Lifetime movie Circle of Friends and joined the cast of TV show Dexter as Rita Bennett. She plays the title role in the short film Kidnapping Caitlynn, written by her close friend Jenny Mollen, premiered at the Vail Film Festival 2009 and was released online April 6, 2009.


Benz next took a recurring role on Desperate Housewives as Robin Gallagher, a stripper with a heart of gold and a Masters degree in education who gets offered the chance to transition into a more legitimate career.
Production of the series commenced the following May and it premiered on September 28, 2010, as part of the 2010–11 season.
Her other TV shows included Hang Time, High Tide, Step by Step and Boy Meets World, plus a small role in the TV movie The Barefoot Executive.
She starred in the short spoof film Eating Las Vegas and the unaired TV pilot Veronica's Video, had a small uncredited role in the TV movie A Walton Easter and a small role in Inventing the Abbotts. Benz also provided the voice of Miranda Keyes for the video game Halo 2, though she did not return to the role in the sequel Halo 3 as Bungie wanted to try a new direction with the Miranda Keyes voice by giving the character an accent, replaced by Justis Bolding.
Benz played a lead role in the fifth film of the popular horror franchise, Saw V, as Brit, a real-estate developer who is one of Jigsaw's five victims. The character of Robin is further developed when the audience discovers she is a lesbian and begins an affair with housewife Katherine Mayfair (Dana Delany). The family settled in nearby Murrysville when Benz was two, and she started ice skating when she was three. A year later, she was cast in the TV show Hi Honey, I'm Home (1991), which was canceled after two seasons.
She had an uncredited role in Black Sheep and appearances in Diagnosis: Murder, Sliders and The Single Guy. She was cast as Ellie Sparks in Glory Days and appeared in the unaired pilot; however, she left the show. She played the lead role of Danielle in Bad Girls From Valley High (a film shot in 2000 under the title A Fate Totally Worse Than Death) which was released on DVD in 2005. Belle (real name Hannah Baxter) is a graduate living in London, who has worked for the last few years as a high class escort.
She played Christy in the TV movie Hearts Adrift and a lead role as Julie Falcon in Darkdrive.


She also starred in the Hallmark Channel movie Uncorked as Johnny Prentiss which premiered in the UK in July 2009.
Championships in junior ice dancing with her skating partner David Schilling, finishing in 13th place.
She did various voices for the video game Hot Shots Golf Fore!, appeared in the short film The Midget Stays in the Picture and took over the role of Ursula for George of the Jungle 2.
In the Sci-Fi Channel original film Locusts: The 8th Plague, she played the lead female role Vicky. She is the lead female character Special Agent Eunice Bloom in The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day which had a limited release on October 30, 2009, and was released on DVD March 9, 2010. At work she is in total control and a complete professional - the ultimate seductive call girl. The film was originally called The Velvet Side of Hell and was not supposed to be a sequel to 8MM. She plays Frankie in the upcoming movie Answers to Nothing which is scheduled for a 2011 release. Benz is set to be play the female lead Amanda Rosewater in the new sci-fi show Defiance whilst also starring in upcoming indie movie Supremacy and TV movie Middle Ages. When Benz was 14, she suffered a stress fracture in her right leg and had to take time off.




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