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Crystal Lowe

Crystal Lowe
Born (1981-01-20) January 20, 1981
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Miko Tomasevich

Crystal Lowe (born January 20, 1981) is a Canadian actress and model. She is best known for her scream queen roles as Ashlyn Halperin in Final Destination 3 (2006), as Lauren Hannon in Black Christmas (2006) and as Elena Miller in Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007). She is also known for her roles as Zoe in the comedy Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), as Vala on the show Smallville (2010), as Toby Nance in the series Primeval: New World and as Rita Haywith in the new Hallmark series Signed, Sealed, Delivered.


  • Early life 1
  • Career 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Early life

Lowe was born in Vancouver, British Columbia to a Chinese father and a Scottish mother.[1] On August 8, 2009 Lowe married her fiance Miko Tomasevich at Vancouver's historic Hycroft Manor.


Lowe started her career as a model. At the age of 15 she made her way into the world of acting. Her first role was as Nya on an episode of Stargate SG-1. Lowe went on to guest star in several popular television shows like Masters of Horror, Psych, Supernatural, Stargate: Atlantis, The L Word plus many more.

Lowe's first film role came in 2000 when she was cast in the film Get Carter. Soon after she was cast as Tiffany in the horror film Children of the Corn: Revelation. In 2006 Crystal was cast as Ashlyn Halperin in Final Destination 3. Her next role was as Lauren in the remake of Black Christmas. Just after Black Christmas, Lowe went on to star as Elena in Wrong Turn 2: Dead End. She was considered a "scream queen" after her appearances in these horror films.

After her work on Wrong Turn 2, Lowe went on to do cameo roles in the films Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Good Luck Chuck. In 2008 she was reunited with her Final Destination 3 Co-star Amanda Crew in the film That One Night. Also in 2008, Lowe was cast in supporting roles for the films Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon, Poison Ivy: The Secret Society and Center Stage: Turn It Up.

In 2009, Lowe had a small role in the action film Driven to Kill with Steven Seagal.

In 2010, Lowe appeared as Zoe in the film Hot Tub Time Machine, as Vala in the 9th season of the CW show Smallville and as Nina in Sheldon Wilson's horror/thriller film Killer Mountain.

In mid-2011, Lowe was cast as Tina in A Little Bit Zombie and as Piper/Peaches in the TV movie To The Mat.

In early 2012 Crystal was cast as Toby Nance, one of the lead characters in the new series Primeval: New World.

In 2014, Crystal was cast as Rita Heywith in the Hallmark series Signed, Sealed, Delivered; the series premiere is scheduled for April 20, 2014.


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Get Carter Girl #1
Sanctimony Virginia
2001 Children of the Corn: Revelation Tiffany
2002 Insomnia Kay Connell
The Secret Life of Zoey Cheerleader TV movie
I Spy Beautiful Girl
2004 Going the Distance Waitress
The Life Student #3 TV movie
2005 Thralls Tanya Watner
2006 Final Destination 3 Ashlyn Halperin
Scary Movie 4 Chingy's Girl #1 Cameo
Snakes on a Plane Autograph Girl Cameo
Totally Awesome Pretty Girl Cameo
Black Christmas Lauren Hannon Main role
2007 Coffee Diva Chipped Tooth/Starlet Short film
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Nicole Cameo
Good Luck Chuck Cam's Wedding Friend Cameo
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End Elena Garcia Supporting role
2008 That One Night Stacy
Poison Ivy: The Secret Society Isabel Turner Main role
Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon Ashley Main role
Center Stage: Turn It Up Lexi Supporting role
Dim Sum Funeral Jane
The Boy Next Door Nicole Warner Main role
2009 What Color Is Love? Faiza TV movie
Driven to Kill Tanya Supporting role
Trust Michelle TV movie
2010 Hot Tub Time Machine Zoe Supporting role
2011 Suffer Crystal Short film
Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story Natalie Cameo
Final Destination 5 Ashlyn Halperin Uncredited
To the Mat Piper/Peaches TV movie
Killer Mountain Nina TV movie
2012 A Little Bit Zombie Tina Main role
2013 Charlie Rose
2014 Skate God Azura Rumored
Television series
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Stargate SG-1 Nya Episode: "Emancipation"
Breaker High Melina Episode: "Beware of Geeks Baring Their Gifts"
1998 The Adventures of Shirley Holmes Pascal Episode: "The Case of the Open Hand"
1999–2000 Cold Squad Myra Larson/Lawson Episode: "Deadly Games: Part 2"
Episode: "Death by Intent: Part 1"
1998–2001 Da Vinci's Inquest Hooker Nude Girl
Shelley Dunne
Episode: "Little Sister: Part 2"
Episode: "The Most Dangerous Time"
Episode: "Banging on the Wall"
Episode: "Cheap Aftershave"
2002 MTV's Now What? Shannon Episode: "Zack's Little Problem"
Episode: "Reality Bites"
Episode: "Purity Test"
The Twilight Zone Groupie Episode: "Harsh Mistress"
2004 Life as We Know It Julie Episode: "Natural Disasters"
2005 The Collector Cree Episode: "The Tattoo Artist"
The L Word Cocktail Waitress Episode: "Lap Dance"
2006 Masters of Horror Lily Episode: "Pick Me Up"
Killer Instinct Yvette Episode: "She's the Bomb"
The Evidence Deb Kintza Episode: "And the Envelope Please"
2007 Falcon Beach Kelly Episode: "Strawberry Social Reject"
Psych Eden
Episode: "Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast"
Episode: "If You're So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead?"
Bionic Woman Jessica Episode: "Second Chances"
2008 Stargate Atlantis Mardola Episode: "Harmony"
2009 Supernatural Leticia Gore Actress Episode: "The Real Ghostbusters"
2010 Smallville Vala Recurring character
2011 Shattered Woman Episode: "Finding the Boy"
2012 R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Cassandra Episode: "Headshot"
2012–2013 Primeval: New World Toby Nance Main cast
2014 Almost Human Jeannie Episode: Simon Says
Signed, Sealed, Delivered[2] Rita Haywith Main cast


  1. ^ Canadian actress Crystal Lowe (interview) –
  2. ^ About Signed, Sealed, Delivered - The Series

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