A teen actress who recently starred in the comedy "Sleepover" (search) was reunited with her family Thursday, two weeks after she went missing.

Scout Taylor-Compton (search) had last been seen on Aug. 12 at her family's home in San Bernardino County.

The Apple Valley Police Department learned about the girl's whereabouts from school officials Thursday and returned her to her family, said Jodie Miller, a spokeswoman for the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.

"She seems to be unharmed, no evidence of any criminal activity during the time she was missing," Miller said.

The department previously said the girl was believed to be a runaway.

Additional details were not immediately available.

In addition to 2004's "Sleepover," Taylor-Compton played a bit part in "13 Going on 30," with Jennifer Garner, and recently landed a leading role in the Bravo series "Hidden Howie."

She's also appeared on WB's "Gilmore Girls" and worked on multiple independent films and music videos.

Taylor-Compton had just finished filming an independent film called "Tomorrow Is Today" in New Jersey in June and was to be in Canada in August to discuss a lead role in an upcoming feature film.

Taylor-Compton also goes by the name Desiree Compton, department officials said.