Top 10 Best Mia Kirshner Movies and TV shows

Mia Kirshner is a Canadian actress, writer and social activist who works in movies and television series. Mia kershner is known for her role as Jenny Schecter on the cable TV series The L Word (2004–2009), and for mia krishner recurring guest role as the terrorist Mandy on the TV series 24 (2001–2005). Mia kirschner fans always search for mia kirshner nude or mia kirshner naked pictures, but here you will get best mia kirshner movies and tv shows.

10. 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, 2010

Stella Olemaun moves to Los Angeles to create awareness about vampires, but soon becomes the target of the local blood-thirsty demons. She decides to face them and avenge her husband's death.
9. Miss Conception, 2008

Georgina (Heather Graham) is a successful businesswoman living in London. She believes the only thing missing in her life is a baby, but her boyfriend (Tom Ellis) doesn't want kids. To make matters worse, Georgina's doctor (Nicholas Le Prevost) informs her that she has only one egg left, and she'll be ovulating only for the next four days. Determined to get pregnant any way she can, Georgina -- with help from her friend Clem (mia kirchner) -- goes on an aggressive search for a father.
8. The Crow: City of Angels, 1996

After a brutal attack by an evil drug cartel, the murder victim is brought back to life by a mysterious crow. With the help of a beautiful woman he exacts revenge on his killers one by one.
7. The Black Dahlia, 2006

Two cops, Bucky and Lee find their lives fall apart when they get coupled on a case of a mutilate actress. Amidst the background of fraud and deceit, will they be able to unveil the truth.
6. New Best Friend, 2002

An innocent girl is lured into the world of parties, drugs and sex by three rich girls. When one of the girls almost dies because of a drug overdose, a deputy sheriff is called to investigate.
5. Not Another Teen Movie, 2001

A jock bets that he can convert a girl in his high school into a prom queen. But his wicked sister and a devious cheerleader endeavour to thwart him.
4. Love and Human Remains, 1993

In a Canadian metropolis, failed actor David (Thomas Gibson) shares a place with the bookish Candy (Ruth Marshall), whom he dated before coming out as a homosexual. While David, who now waits tables, pursues an aimless romance with a younger coworker, Candy dabbles in both same-sex and heterosexual affairs. As David and Candy's odd assortment of friends -- including a telepathic sex worker and an ill-tempered yuppie -- pass in and out of their beds, a serial murder stalks the city's women.
3. Defiance

It's the middle of the 21st century and there are new rules and a completely altered landscape on Earth after three decades of alien races arriving on the planet. Mysterious Nolan and his charge, Irisa, come to the town of Defiance, located atop the ruins of what was St. Louis, in an attempt to keep things in order as humans and aliens try to coexist. Events occur that threaten to disrupt the peace the town has fought to establish. In what Syfy is calling a first-ever convergence of TV and online gaming, each happening -- both in the show and in the companion video game -- affects what happens in the other medium, and the two evolve together as one story.
2. Exotica, 1994

In the upscale Canadian strip club Exotica, Christina (Mia Kirshner) is the most popular dancer, and she's visited nightly by the obsessive Francis (Bruce Greenwood), a depressed tax auditor. Meanwhile, her ex-boyfriend, the club's MC, Eric (Elias Koteas), still jealously pines for her, even as he introduces her onstage. Eric is having his own relationship problems with the club's owner, Zoe (Arsinée Khanjian), who is intent on becoming pregnant with his child.
1. The L Word

This long-running Showtime series features intertwined stories about the lives and loves of a group of lesbians and bisexuals in Los Angeles. The characters date, get into committed relationships, consider having families, hook up, break up, question their sexuality, stay in the closet, come out or sleep around -- sometimes all of the above.