, Laura Prepon plays the ultimate bodaciously boobtastic redheaded child of the Me Decade and embodies everything Mr.Skin would like to embrace from that titillating time: natural tits, all-out ass, and mmm-mmm muff! Skin for the full bio Taylor Schilling reminisces about her good times showering, starting out with her lesbian adventures with Laura Prepon where they are topless and making out. Then she's soaking her shock absorbers in a bathtub with Jason Biggs, and lastly she's being complimented on her "TV titties" in the prison showers. Following the cancellation of the third, 1996–2003 Supergirl comic book series, starring the Matrix/Linda Danvers version of the character, a modern version of Kara Zor-El was reintroduced into the DC Comics continuity in issue #8 of the Superman/Batman comic book series titled "The Supergirl from Krypton" (2004).The first promo and poster for Bitten, the upcoming drama series, have been unleashed and can be viewed inside!Sadly, being a TV show--even if on the frisky Fox network--Laura could never really unzip on the show. is back on Syfy for its third, and likely last, season.Landing the coveted role of “Supergirl” AKA “Kara” on the hit The CW series “Smallville,” Laura became the main focus of the 7th season of the popular sci-fi drama. Following “Smallville,” Laura booked the sequel to the Jessica Alba/Paul Walker feature film “Into The Blue” titled “Into the Blue 2: The Reef.” Following “The Reef,” the in-demand actress went directly into filming “The Jazzman,” “Out of Control,” “Damage” and a miniseries that was the Sy Fy channel’s re-launch of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld.” While shooting “Riverworld,” Laura also booked a series regular spot for ABC’s sci-fi series “V” amongst Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”) and Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”).Kara Zor-El: Created by Otto Binder, Al Plastino and Curt Swan Kara Zor-L: Created by Gerry Conway, Ric Estrada and Wally Wood Matrix: Created by John Byrne Linda Danvers: Created by Peter David and Gary Frank Cir-El: Created by Steven Seagle and Scott Mc Daniel Ariella Kent: Created by Peter David and Dusty Abell All characters based on Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster Supergirl is the name of several fictional superheroes appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.
Laura Vandervoort is a versatile actress who not only crosses over genres, but also changes from character to character flawlessly embracing the essence of every role she plays.
The original and most well known Supergirl is Kara Zor-El, who was created to be a female counterpart to the superhero Superman.
The character made her first appearance in Action Comics #252 (May 1959) and was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.
Picking up several months after the harrowing battle in the Season 2 finale, the Pack is bolstering their ranks for strength and protection.
At the same time, Elena Michaels (Laura Vandervoort), the lone female werewolf in existence, is struggling with their alpha Jeremy’s (Greg Bryk) new leadership style while making a shocking discovery about herself.