Who is Crystal Lowe?

Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe was born Yan-Kay Lo on 20 January 1981 under the zodiac sign of Capricorn, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She is a 41-year-old model, actress, producer and director, probably best recognized for landing scream queen roles in such horror films as “Children Of The Corn: Revelation” (2001), “Black Christmas” (2006), and “Wrong Turn 2: Dead End” (2007).

How rich is she, as of now? Crystal Lowe Net Worth

As of early 2022, Crystal Lowe’s net worth is estimated at over $1.5 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the world of entertainment. She’s garnered over 90 television and film acting credits since she launched her career back in 1997.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Crystal Lowe spent her early years in her hometown of Vancouver, where she was raised by her Chinese father and Scottish mother, the names of whom haven’t been revealed to the public. During her teenage year, she moved with her family to Hong Kong, China, where they lived for two years before they returned to Canada. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnic group. She developed her love for acting at the age of five, when she performed in a school play. She is fluent in English and Cantonese.

Career Beginnings

Crystal Lowe initially worked as a model before she launched her acting career by making her debut TV appearance as Nya in an episode of the Showtime / Sci Fi Channel military adventure series “Stargate SG-1” in 1997. She went on to appear in minor roles in such TV series as “The Adventures Of Shirley Holmes”, “Cold Squad”, and “Da Vinci’s Inquest”, to name a few. Her feature film debut came in 2000, when she took a small role in the action thriller film “Get Carter”, next to Sylvester Stallone and Miranda Richardson. It was followed by her portrayal of Tiffany in Guy Magar’s slasher horror film “Children Of The Corn: Revelation”, which is the seventh installment of the “Children Of The Corn” franchise.

Rise to Prominence

Crystal Lowe’s first major role came when she played Kay Connell in the 2002 psychological thriller film “Insomnia”, which was directed by Christopher Nolan. It follows two detectives, portrayed by Al Pacino and Hilary Swank, who investigates a murder in Alaska. The film was a commercial success, grossing over $113 million worldwide on a $46 million budget.

Thereafter, she landed support roles in such film and TV titles as “Mucho Ado About Whatever”, “The Secret Life Of Zoey”, and “Going The Distance”, among many others. In 2005, she featured as Tanya in the direct-to-video comedy horror film “Thralls”, directed by Ron Oliver, and her next significant appearance came the following year, when she had the part of Ashlyn Halperin in James Wong’s supernatural horror film “Final Destination 3”, which is the third installment of the highly popular franchise of the same title.

Also in 2006, she played Lauren Hannon in the remake of the 1974 film “Black Christmas”, in which she shared the screen with Katie Cassidy, Oliver Hudson and Lacey Chabert.

Continued Success

In 2007, Crystal Lowe landed the role of Elena in the second part of the “Wrong Turn” film series, entitled “Wrong Turn 2: Dead End”, which was directed by Joe Lynch. It was met with positive reviews from critics, and was followed by her portrayals of Stacy in the Canadian comedy film “That One Night”, next to Amanda Crew and Sam Easton, and Isabel in the Lifetime erotic thriller film “Poison Ivy: The Secret Society”, both in 2008. During the same year, she also played Ashley in the Sci Fi Channel horror film “Yeti: Curse Of The Snow Demon” and featured as Nicole in the made-for-TV crime thriller film “The Boy Next Door”.

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She then starred in such roles as Tanya in the 2009 action film “Driven To Kill”, alongside Steven Seagal and Robert Wisden, followed in 2010 when she was cast in the recurring role of Vala in the ninth season of The CW’s superhero series “Smallville”, which follows the life of teenage Superman. Later that year, she also had parts as Zoe in the sci-fi comedy film “Hot Tub Time Machine”, next to John Cusack and Craig Robinson, and as Natasha Woods in the fantasy horror film “The Lost Island”.

Further Work

Crystal started the next decade with her portrayals of Natalie in the made-for-TV drama film “Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story”, directed by Gary Harvey, and Nina in the made-for-TV action-adventure horror film “Killer Mountain”, both released in 2011.

The next year, she starred as Tina in the horror film “A Little Bit Zombie”, then her first main TV role came when she joined the cast of the Space sci-fi series “Primeval: New World”, in which she played Toby Nance from 2012 in the only season as it was then cancelled in 2013.

Thereafter, she starred as Rita Haywith in the Hallmark Channel romantic comedy series “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”, created by Martha Williamson and aired from 2013 to 2014. The series later transitioned to a series of TV films, in which she reprised her role from 2014 to 2021. She then booked the role of Gretchen in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries film “Gourmet Detective: A Healthy Place To Die”.

Recent Projects

In 2016, Crystal Lowe had the part of Lauren Wright in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries film “Hearts Of Christmas”, after which she starred in two Hallmark Channel Original Movies, “Marry Me At Christmas” playing Isabel, and “Christmas At Holly Lodge” featuring as Callie, both in 2017. During the same year, she also landed the part of Sarah Albans in the film adaptation of R. J. Palacio’s novel “Wonder”, sharing the screen with Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson’ the film was a huge box office success since it grossed over $306 million worldwide.

Two years later, she was cast as Ramona in the sports comedy film “Benchwarmers 2: Breaking Balls”, and as Maggie in the Hallmark Channel romantic fantasy film “Christmas At Dolly Wood”. Most recently, she featured as Ashley in the 2020 thriller film “The Wrong Wedding Planner”, and took the lead role of Kira Young in the 2022 horror film “Old Flames Never Die”, both released on Lifetime.

Career as a Producer and Director

In addition to her acting career, Crystal Lowe is a producer and director, having produced four short film titles – “Fade Out” (2013), “The Curtain” and “2 Bullets” both in 2017, and “WiHM9 Blood Drive: Blood Bus” (2018). She has also directed two short films – “Becoming Sophie” in 2014 and “The Curtain” in 2017.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Crystal Lowe has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weights around 128lbs (58kgs), with vital statistics of 34-23-34, bra size 34C, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 5.5 (US).

Personal Life

Crystal Lowe is a married woman and the name of her husband is Miko Tomasevich, who’s a massage therapist by profession. The two exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 8 August 2009 at Hycroft Manor in Vancouver; they don’t have children

The couple owns Hyde Restaurant in Vancouver.

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