Hallee Hirsh has built an extensive resume as an actress in a relatively short amount of time since making her debut in the 1993 television series "Loving." After small guest appearances on the soap operas "All My Children" and "As the World Turns" in the mid-'90s, Hirsh made her film debut in 1997's "Norville and Trudy." She continued to land supporting roles in features during the late 1990s, with appearances in "Lolita," "One True Thing," and the romantic comedy, starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, "You've Got Mail." Her career began to blossom in the early 2000s when she earned a recurring role on the series "ER," playing the daughter of Anthony Edwards's character, Dr. Greene. The recognition she earned playing Rachel Greene led to more starring roles in films, including a part alongside Kristen Stewart in the indie film "Speak," based on the best-selling novel by Laurie Halse Anderson. After a brief stint on the crime series "JAG," which ended in 2005, Hirsh won a starring role on the adventure series "Flight 29 Down," a show centered on a group of resilient teens stranded on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific; she reprised her role as Daley in the 2007 made-for-TV "Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango." In 2009 she was critically acclaimed for her lead role in the offbeat romantic comedy "16 to Life," directed and written by Becky Smith.