Amanda Detmer was a nobody when she appeared in Drop Dead Gorgeous, very briefly, as Miss Minneapolis. (Because her role was so tiny, Detmer never appeared in closeup — or even really facing the camera — but her trademark blonde ringlets are clearly visible in her one big moment onscreen as part of a mass vomiting scene.) But her big-screen debut as a pageant girl must have put her on somebody's radar, because Detmer became ubiquitous thereafter in a certain brand of early 2000s movies, where her wide-set eyes and blonde curls made her a memorable face onscreen. In the following years, she starred in Final Destination (you might know her as "the girl who got hit by the bus"), Saving Silverman, The Majestic, and You, Me, & Dupree. From there, it was an easy jump to television, where she's had steady work as a core cast member on Man Up, Necessary Roughness, and Second Chance. Unlike some of her fellow castmates, Detmer never quite broke out to become a major star — though she did grace a magazine cover or two back in the day. But she's still plugging away, despite setbacks, so keep an eye out for her to pop up on your television sometime soon.