Katherine Boecher

After being discovered as a pre-teen, Katherine Boecher logged a wide variety of acting roles during the 2000s, many of which were in critically-acclaimed television shows. She garnered minor roles in series like "That's Life" before making the jump to "ER," "Malcolm in the Middle," and both "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "CSI: NY"--shows with many more viewers. Boecher also made an appearance in the 2002 drama "Crossroads," a film that starred Britney Spears and was trashed by critics. Toward the end of the decade, Boecher was well on her way to establishing herself as a supporting player in movies: she appeared in the romantic comedy "The Last Word" starring Winona Ryder and Ray Romano. She also landed a co-starring part in the '09 drama "The Crooked Eye," a partially-animated short film about a woman coping with the psychological trauma from her divorce. On the television front, Boecher guest-starred in two episodes of the horror series "Supernatural" as the demon Lilith, or technically, the dental hygienist possessed by Lilith for whatever nefarious purpose. In 2010, she had her highest-profile film role yet in "The Spy Next Door" starring Jackie Chan, which performed solidly at the box office. Boecher played Tatiana Creel, one of the main villain's henchpersons.