Alaina Huffman is a Canadian actress best known for her starring television roles as Maureen Bowers in Painkiller Jane (2007) and as Chloe Armstrong in Stargate Universe, from 2009-2011.
Huffman can also be seen as the Justice League powerhouse, The Black Canary, in the sci-fi show Smallville.
Born in Vancouver, B.C., Huffman made her television debut at age 13, landing the lead role for a Fox Family Channel pilot. She also explored other career options as a teenager.
Spotted by a modeling agency scout at a local mall, she worked the fashion runways of Japan and Europe for several years before returning to acting.
Huffman quickly acquired several independent film credits, including the crime thriller Pendulum (starring Rachel Hunter), Still, Night Dawn Day, Josephine, The Couch and Indefinitely.
She has also appeared in such feature films as Gunman (with Mimi Rogers), Serving Sara (with Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley), Screen Door Jesus and Standing Still.
On the small screen, Huffman has made guest appearances on such popular series as CSI: Miami, CSI New York, The O.C. and Dawson's Creek.
Huffman currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.