Co-starred in "American Perfekt" with Robert Forster, Amanda Plummer, Paul Sorvino and Thewlis
Experimented with witchcraft in the supernatural thriller "The Craft"
Portrayed Marlon Brando's daughter in "The Island of Dr. Moreau"; met future romantic interest, David Thewlis
Received critical acclaim for her performance in the Lifetime movie "Shame"
Feature acting debut as Dorothy in "Return to Oz"
Had supporting role as a sort of groupie, or 'band-aid' in Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous"
Played a prostitute in "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead" opposite Andy Garcia and Steve Buscemi
Portrayed a 14-year-old girl entangled in an arranged marriage to a man 30 years her senior in "Valmont"; co-starred with Jeffrey Jones, Annette Bening and Colin Firth; based on the French novel <i>Les Liaisons Dangereuses</i>
Shined as Harvey Keitel's older daughter in "Imaginary Crimes"
Acted as a neo-Nazi opposite Edward Norton in Tony Kaye's "American History X"
Acted the real-life part of Caril Ann Fugate in the ABC miniseries "Murder in the Heartland"
At eleven years old, moved with her mother to London, where she attended various prestigious ballet and acting schools
Cast opposite Frances Conroy in the comedy "Humboldt County" about a community of counterculture pot farmers
Co-starred in Allison Anders' "Gas Food Lodging," as the idealistic younger daughter of a truck-stop waitress (played by Brooke Adams)
First acting role, "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" (ABC)
Moved to Vancouver with her mother when she was nine years old
Co-starred in the drama feature "Personal Velocity"
Co-starred in Wim Wenders' neo-Western "Don't Come Knocking" with Sam Shepard
Co-starred with Nicolas Cage in Werner Herzog's "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans"
Played Barbara (at age 12) in the NBC TV-movie "Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story"