Her first first film role came in the comedy Private Parts.This was followed by her first television series, where she replaced the departed Susan Walters as the female lead in the second season of The Big Easy.She also attended the William Esper acting studio for three years.Bibb first appeared on television in 1996, playing in episodes of Pacific Blue and Home Improvement.At the 2016 Census, the enumerated Australian Catholic population had fallen to 5,291,839.
Bibb transitioned into film and television during the late 1990s, first appearing on television in 1996 with minor roles in a few television series, while first appearing on film in 1997 with a small role in Private Parts.
During the series, she filmed the psychological thriller The Skulls (2000), as the classmate, friend and love interest of Joshua Jackson's character.
The Skulls received a negative reception from critics but was a box-office success.
She scored her first recurring role in the TV show The Big Easy (1997), before her role as Brooke Mc Queen on the WB Network dramedy series Popular (1999–2001) brought her to the attention of a wider audience; she received a Teen Choice Award for Television Choice Actress for the role.
In 1990, The Oprah Winfrey Show and the Elite Agency held a nationwide modeling search.