A native of Tampa, Florida, Snow began her acting career appearing in and lending her voice to numerous national commercials. She also starred in theater performances including the national tour of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Snow made the transition to television when she landed a starring role on the long-running daytime drama “Guiding Light.” She would commute on the weekends from Florida to New York City where the show was taped. Additional television credits include “Safe Harbor” and “Sea Quest DSV.” She also appeared in the NBC series “American Dreams” as Meg Pryor, a teen in the ’60s struggling to find balance between her family’s strict upbringing and her own desires as a young woman.
Snow appeared as the lead role in the Independent Spirit Award-nominated feature “The Vicious Kind,” which premiered to rave reviews at Sundance 2009. Prior to that, she starred in the box office hit and psychological thriller “Prom Night” and the independent film “Finding Amanda,” opposite Matthew Broderick. Snow’s other notable film credits include “Hairspray” and “John Tucker Must Die,” which was her first leading film role. She made her big-screen debut in the box-office hit “The Pacifier” for Disney opposite Vin Diesel. Snow also had a recurring role as Matt’s neo-Nazi girlfriend on “Nip/Tuck.”
She recently wrapped production alongside Abigail Breslin in “Janie Jones” for director David M. Rosenthal, and on the Tony Kaye film “Black Water Transit.”