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Alaina Huffman : Emily McIntyre

From lead roles in critically acclaimed festival films, to pivotal recurring roles on hit television shows, Alaina Huffman has showcased her versatility as an actress since she first graced the screen in 2001. Huffman is perhaps best known for her work in the science fiction arena in recurring roles on "Painkiller Jane" and “Stargate Universe” (Syfy), but her talent transcends many genres. 

Huffman received her first big break in 2001, when she was cast as a lead in Artisan’s “Pendulum” alongside Rachel Hunter. After that, her film credits quickly built up, including Paramount’s “Serving Sara” with Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley, “The Gunman” with Joey Lauren Adams and Sean Patrick Flannery and film festival favorite “Screen Door Jesus.” 

On the silver screen, Huffman played a lead role in the American Cinema International miniseries “Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit.” On top of her recurring roles on “Painkiller Jane” and “Stargate Universe,” Huffman also appeared in guest starring roles on “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: NY” (CBS), “Dawson’s Creek” (WB), “Tru Calling,” “The OC” (FOX) and “Alphas” (Syfy). 

Huffman can also be seen in several acclaimed short films, including “A Promise Kept,” “Still,” “Night/Dawn/Day,” “Josephine,” “The Couch” and “Indefinitely.”