Attractive, raven-haired actress of TV and film best known for her portrayal of model-with-a-past Linda Holden on the Melrose Place" spin-off "Models Inc.." A native of Salt Lake City, Hill followed her ambitions to Los Angeles where she studied acting while working as a waitress and a nanny. After making her feature debut in the German production "The Being" (unreleased in the US as of 1994), Hill's career was put on temporary hiatus after a car accident that resulted in a broken pelvis. She returned with a supporting role in straight-to-video auteur Charles Band's "Puppet Master 4" (1993) and its sequel "Puppet Master 5" (1994). In 1996, Hill had a featured role in the pallid comedy "Bio-Dome."
Moved to Los Angeles at age 18 (date approximate)
Involved in a car accident, suffered a broken pelvis
Returned to acting with a role in the direct-to-video horror film, "Puppet Master 4"
TV debut, cast as a regular on the Fox prime-time soap "Models, Inc."