You know her as:
Dalia, a typical Regina George blonde bimbo-type with bad gas.
Why we like her:
In real life, Chaikin is talented, vivacious, and sharp -- but when cameras are rolling, we pretty much think she vacates her body. Dalia is so hilariously deadpan (and dead-behind-the-eyes) that we find ourselves with the urge to fast-forward to her next scene. Co-star Jane Levy is getting accolades left and right for her breakout role as Tessa, but the biggest laughs, if you ask us, come from Dalia and her mom, Dallas (Cheryl Hines).
Where else you've seen her:
While "Suburgatory" is definitely her breakout role, she also had a supporting role in Nicholas Sparks' "The Last Song" alongside Miley Cyrus.
-- Carina Adly MacKenzie, Zap2it