Her big screen credits include the action-thriller Johnny Mnemonic (1995), Dragonheart (1996), Rupert Hitzigs action-thriller Nowhere Land (1998), the horror film Bats (1999), thriller Stranger Than Fiction (2000), D-Tox (2002), Federal Protection (2002), Unspeakable (2002), the latest installment of the legendary franchise Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), Darren Lynn Bousmans hit Saw (2004) and Andrew Gettys horror The Storyteller (2005).
Meyers admirers should not miss her performance in the newly-released horror film Saw II (2005) and the upcoming Crazy Eights (2006). Meyer was well received while playing the recurring roles of traitorous professor Lucinda Nicholson in the Aaron Spelling phenomenon "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1993-1994) and Kate Miller in the NBC popular series "Friends" (1997).
She then flew to Eastern Europe to star in her second film, Dragonheart (1996, opposite Dennis Quaid), but it was Paul Verhoeven' Sci-fi Starship Troopers (1997) that made her a star.
She was also a regular cast in the now-canceled "Point Pleasant" (2005).
The actress currently resides in Los Angeles with her dogs.
In her leisure time, she enjoys hiking, rollerblading, biking, scuba diving, and other outdoor activities.
Background: American actress Dina Meyer received critical raves after portraying the supporting role Elizabeth in the comedy/romance The Movie Hero (2003, starring Jeremy Sisto), in which she took home a Dahlonega International Film Festival award.
A favorite among science fiction fans, Meyer wooed audiences when she played private Dizzy Flores in Paul Verhoevens Sci-fi Starship Troopers (1997).
She also loves cooking and spending time watching the Food Network.