Jaime King is an American actress and model born in Omaha, Nebraska on April 23, 1979. King was discovered at 14 years old and moved to New York to pursue a modeling career. She joined Company Management and was featured in the fashion magazines Mademoiselle, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Glamour, and others. King has walked the runway for Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen, and Chanel. In 2001 she made her debut in film in the movie Happy Campers and continued landing roles in the films Blow, Pearl Harbor, Slackers, White Chicks, Sin City, True True Lie, The Alibi, The Spirit, The Tripper, Fanboys, Waiting for Forever, Bitch, Barely Lethal, The Pardon, Red Tails and more. She made her debut on television in 2004 in the show Harry Green and Eugene and has since had roles in the shows The Class, Gary Unmarried, My Generation, Hart of Dixie, Love Bites, The Worst Week of My Life, Kitchen Confidential, The O.C., Black Summer and others. King has also directed the short films The Break In and Latch Key. In 2001 she won a Young Hollywood Award for New Stylemaker – Female.