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Megalyn Echikunwoke stars as Isabelle Tyler in CBS Paramount Network Television's THE 4400, for USA Network.
Echikunwoke, whose name translates to "leader of men," was raised on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Chinle, Arizona. The granddaughter of a Nigerian tribal leader, she is technically African royalty.
At age 14, Echikunwoke was discovered while performing in an arts academy summer camp play, and thus began her long distance relationship with Hollywood. She began auditioning for parts via videotape, and then she and her mom would make the long drive in from Arizona. Her persistence paid off and at age 15 she was cast as the young female lead in the ABC/Peter Benchley miniseries "Creature." Soon thereafter she and her family moved to Los Angeles where Echikunwoke enrolled in high school and immersed herself in the theatre department.
Echikunwoke has appeared on screen in several roles over the last couple of years. She appeared opposite Alfre Woodard in the cable feature "Funny Valentines." Most recently, Echikunwoke was a regular on the television series "Like Family" for the WB, and for two seasons she kept busy recurring as the President's daughter on the Fox series "24," as well the District Attorney's daughter on the Lifetime series "For the People." She also had a recurring role on "That ‘70's Show" where she played Danny Masterson's newly discovered half-sister as well as Ashton Kutcher's love interest for the 2004-2005 season. Additionally, she has had numerous guest star roles on such shows as "Supernatural," "Veronica Mars," "ER," "Boston Public" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
THE 4400 was created by Scott Peters and Rene Echevarria. Ira Steven Behr, Scott Peters, and Maira Suro are executive producers. THE 4400 is produced by CBS Paramount Network Television in association with Sky Television, Renegade 83 and American Zoetrope for USA Network.
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