Lynn Cole developed a passion for the performing arts while she was in high school. Although she initially intended to become a singer and a dancer, her plans changed when she moved to New York City and enrolled in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where her passion for the acting craft blossomed. In 2005, she landed her first film role in the suspenseful "Dark Remains," which revolves around a couple who move away to mourn the loss of their daughter, only to encounter some evil spirits in their new home. Cole then took an uncredited role as a zombie in the 2006 B-horror flick "Dorm of the Dead." In 2009 Cole moved away from horror and starred in the drama "The Lost & Found Family." Next up for the actress was an appearance in an episode of the television drama series "Army Wives" in 2010. The following year, Cole was back to horror again with the claustrophobic "Quarantine 2: Terminal," the sequel to 2008's "Quarantine." Cole plays a passenger on a doomed airplane that falls prey to a deadly virus and is quarantined once it lands. Cole has also found success as a professional body painter and a children's face painter. Among her clients are Cirque Du Soleil and DragonCon.