(written from a Production point of view)
Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, Delahunt received her BA degree in Theater from the University of South Carolina in 1997.
Other projects on which Delahunt served in the casting department, mainly as a casting assistant or extras casting assistant, are the drama Lords of Dogtown (2005), the pilot episodes for the television series Boyss Life (2006) and The 12th Man (2006, with Wallace Shawn), the action sequel The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), the science fiction thriller Next (2007, with Jim Beaver and Charles S. Chun), the war drama Battle for Haditha (2007), Mike Nichols' drama Charlie Wilson's War (2007, with Brian Markinson, Cyia Batten, Rachel Nichols, Faran Tahir, Pavel Lychnikoff, Jim Jansen, Spencer Garrett, and Ron Ostrow), the adventure sequel National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007, with Bruce Greenwood, Alicia Coppola, and Albert Hall), and the comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007, with Terrence Beasor).
In addition, she served as post-production assistant on the television movie Ring of the Nibelungs (2004, starring Kristanna Loken), as production assistant on the comic adaptation Constantine (2005), and as background coordinator on the drama The Great Buck Howard (2008, with Patrick Fischler, Wallace Langham, Adam Scott, and George Takei).
As a dancer, Delahunt worked on the horror thriller The Skeleton Key (2005), as a two-step dancer in the drama Americanizing Shelley (2007, with Wil Wheaton and Nancy Guerriero), and again as a western dancer on the science fiction thriller Race to Witch Mountain (2009, with Dwayne Johnson, Ike Eisenmann, Robert Clendenin, and Arlo Hemphill).
As an actress, Delahunt did background work on an episode of The O.C. (2005), the thriller Syriana (2005), Wolfgang Petersen's adventure movie Poseidon (2006), an episode of Jake in Progress (2006), the comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007), and the adventure sequel National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007), as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2007), Brothers & Sisters (2007), Life (2007), Boston Legal (2007, two episodes), Hancock (2007), My Name is Earl (2007), Cavemen (2007), Superhero Movie (2008, with Christopher McDonald and Brent Spiner), and Raising the Bar (2008).
Additional work in supporting and background roles include the comedies 500 Days of Summer (2008, with Jennifer Hetrick), Role Models (2008), Labor Pains (2009, with Willie Garson), and The Ugly Truth (2009, with Justin Rodgers Hall), and the fantasy action film G-Force (2009).
More recently she had a featured role as a high school mom in an episode of Without a Trace and worked as a stand-in for Lori Loughlin and Linda Gray on the television series 90210, like Melissa Vinicor, as well as a stand-in on the comedy series Men of a Certain Age (2008, starring Scott Bakula).