Born in Vancouver B.C., Britt Irvin is probably best known for her recurring role as the popular comic book superhero Stargirl in CW's hit series "Smallville." Irvin started performing at the age of 10 and from that moment on she was successfully booking roles in a broad spectrum of film and TV. At the age of 13 she booked her first series regular on the American classic "Little Men," based on the famous Louisa May Alcott book series Little Women. She was nominated for a Young Artist Award for best supporting actress and best ensemble cast. Her career steadily progressed and soon she was working with the likes of Nick Stahl and Aaron Paul in MTV's “Wasted,” Dakota Fanning in Steven Spielberg's mini-series "Taken," Bryan Cranston's daughter in "National Lampoons: Thanksgiving Family Reunion" and the Showtime hit "Jack" staring Stockard Channing and Anton Yelchin, just to name a few.
As her career continued she began to show off her comedic chops in such projects as Lorne Michaels’ feature "Hot Rod" with Andy Sandberg and Isla Fisher, a starring role in MTV/the N's teen comedy "The Assistants," Lifetime's "Write and Wrong" with Kirstie Alley and a recurring role on CW's "Aliens In America." In 2008 Irvin was nominated for a Leo Award for best supporting actress in Carl Bessai's critically acclaimed "Normal" starring Carrie Ann Moss. That film also won best Canadian Feature at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival.
Irvin has appeared in several Hallmark Channel Original Movies including “Nearlyweds” with Naomi Judd and “Garage Sale Mystery” opposite Lori Loughlin. She is also the voice of Amanda in the animated series “Packages from Planet X.”