Actress Nicole DeHuff died Feb. 16 in Hollywood of undetermined causes. She was 30.
A native of Oklahoma, she was a graduate of the acting program at Carnegie Mellon University.
DeHuff made her feature film debut in “Meet The Parents,” playing Deborah Byrnes, the sister whose wedding caused all the havoc. Her other film roles included the 2004 release of “Suspect Zero,” with Ben Kingsley.
She also appeared in the independent feature “Killing Cinderella,” and was the lead in the unreleased independent feature “Unbeatable Harold” with Gordon Michaels and Dylan McDermott.
On television, she appeared in “The Court,” “The Practice,” “C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Monk”, “Dragnet” and “Without a Trace.” She also appeared in the TV movie “See Arnold Run.”
She is survived by her husband Ari Palitz, her mother, father and sister.