was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia and began performing in theater at the age of five. Her family relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area when she was 15 and she began studying and performing at the Tony-Award winning American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) in San Francisco. While at A.C.T., she had the opportunity to perform in the world premiere musical DANGLING CONVERSATIONS: THE MUSIC OF SIMON AND GARFUNKEL as well as the West Coast premiere of Jeffrey Hatcher’s play KORCZAK’S CHILDREN.
Behrs began booking work in commercials and print. In 2002 she was named California Arts Scholar in Acting by Governor Gray Davis. As part of this honor, she spent the summer studying with Academy-Award Winner Helen Hunt at Cal Arts in Valencia, CA. She went on to attend UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television in 2004 with a concentration in Acting. She studied with Amy Brenneman and husband Brad Siberling while at there. While at UCLA she starred in Tony Kushner’s A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY. After graduating in 2008, Behrs went on to earn the coveted Young Musician’s Foundation Vocal Scholarship.
Behrs recently starred in the Universal’s “American Pie:Book of Love” and the indie comedy “Serial Buddies” (due for release next year). She is currently shooting the Michael Eisner produced series “Pretty Tough”.