Lindsay Pulsipher is making the move from the land of softcore vampire lovemaking to the more realistic, but shocking land of 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.'
Pulsipher has won the recurring role of Kim Rollins, younger sister of Kelli Giddish's character Detective Amanda Rollins. The character of Kim was referenced by Amanda last season and audiences will meet her in the upcoming season when she arrives and throws Amanda's life into disarray. What else does a younger sister do but cause trouble for her older siblings?
Pulsipher's highest profile role to date was as a werepanther, Crystal Norris, on 'True Blood.' Presumably, a werepanther is like a werewolf only a panther, but bear in mind, I am not an expert on cryptozoology. Previously, Pulsipher was a regular on the A&E series 'The Beast.' Kim Rollins still marks a major coup for the thirty-year-old actress, as 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' remains one of the steadiest and highest rated series on television. The NBC series is presently in its whopping fourteenth season and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Pulsipher's first appearance will air on Nov. 14, and she is expected to appear at least once more this season.'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.