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She also stars as Tilda in the science fiction comedy film Space Milkshake (2012).

Kreuk, with Rosena Bhura, whom Kreuk met on the set of Partition, started a production company called Parvati Creative Inc, which focuses on “human-centric films as seen through a female lens”.

The second project was a comedy web series entitled "Queenie" which featured Kreuk's friend Olivia Cheng.

Neutrogena made her the spokesmodel for their new worldwide advertising campaign.

Kreuk was planning to study forensic science or psychology at Simon Fraser University, and was surprised when a casting director for the CBC television series Edgemont contacted her at her high school.

After filming the first season of Edgemont (a teenage soap opera set at a Vancouver-area high school) and getting herself an agent, Kreuk landed the lead role of Snow White in a TV movie, Snow White: The Fairest of Them All, which aired on ABC, and later released on DVD, in 2002.

Gough and Millar called Kreuk to WB's studios in Burbank, California to audition for the role of Clark Kent's first love, Lana Lang. For a while, Kreuk was starring on both Smallville and Edgemont, although her role on Edgemont slightly diminished over time. After seven seasons, Kreuk left Smallville in the beginning of 2008, when her character leaves town.

She returned as a guest star in the show's 8th season for five episodes to conclude her storyline.

The series, which was slated to be shot in Vancouver, revolves around the life of teenager Clark Kent before he becomes Superman.

In the summer of 2006, Kreuk starred in the short film, Dream Princess by comic book writer/artist Kaare Andrews.

The film is a modern sci-punk retelling of the tale of Sleeping Beauty, with a twist. Kreuk stars as Heather in the film Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy (2011), based on Irvine Welsh's novel.

In this role, Kreuk followed in the footsteps of fellow teen stars such as Jennifer Love Hewitt and Mandy Moore.

In 2005, she renewed her contract with Neutrogena for another two years, making her the company's longest-serving model spokesperson.

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