As an actress, Enya Flack is best known for her series regular role on the UPN series, Malcolm and Eddie, playing the role of Malcolm Jamal Warner’s love interest Bridget. She was also one of the stars of the Sci-Fi Channel series, Black Scorpion. No stranger to television acting, she has guest starred on countless series including CSI: Miami, NYPD Blue, Ally McBeal, The Game, the award-winning HBO series The Sopranos, and most recently, the NBC long-running daytime series, Days of Our Lives.  Her film credits include roles in The Nutty Professor II, Chairman of the Board and Vegas C.O.D.

Hollywood news enthusiasts know Enya from her prior work as an on-air correspondent for the syndicated National Enquirer Television. Most recently she worked as a freelance entertainment reporter for E! Entertainment TV.

Enya joined veteran CBS Sports anchors, Jim Hill and Steve Hartman in 2002 on the award winning Sports Central covering the NFL, NBA, NHL, the World Series, NCAA Basketball, NASCAR Winston Cup and a variety of other sports related stories and events.

A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Enya knew from an early age that she wanted to work in Hollywood. By age 7 she was studying ballet, harp, piano, flute and by age 14, she had a successful career as a professional model.

After high school, the straight-A student turned down a full scholarship in Engineering to attend George Washington University where she received a B.A. in Radio and Television Communications with a Minor in Journalism and Theater. While in college, Enya became involved with both the Miss America and Miss USA Pageant systems where she believes she developed the confidence to perform in front of the camera. Upon graduation from college, she returned to North Carolina, working as a news desk assistant and fill-in reporter for the local ABC affiliate.

Enya Flack resides in Los Angeles where she enjoys going to movies with friends, cooking new and interesting recipes and traveling as often as possible. She enjoys working with children's charities and fondly admits to having a special love for exotic and domestic animals.