Originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Kathleen Munroe attended the University of Toronto, where she studied briefly under director Atom Egoyan. While still in school, Munroe booked her first role as the lead in the MTV pilot “The New Girl.” Shortly afterwards, she was cast in the Showtime movie “Last Call,” co-starring Jeremy Irons and Sissy Spacek. She then went on to star in several other films, including “Drummer Boy” and the independent films “Nowhere Man” and “Eternal.”
Munroe has made a name for herself in television in both Canada and the US. She has starred in several series such as the ABC Family series “Beautiful People,” as well as the Montreal based series, “Durham County.” Currently, Munroe has a recurring role on “CSI: NY.”
Shortly after completing “Durham County,” Munroe relocated to Los Angeles and was promptly cast in the ABC pilot “Suspect,” directed by Guy Ritchie. She has also guest starred in a number of television series including “Supernatural,” "Flashpoint," "Moonlight,” "Without A Trace," “Cold Case” and "NCIS: Los Angeles."
Most recently, Munroe appeared opposite Chandra Wilson ("Grey's Anatomy") in the Emmy¬nominated Hallmark Channel Original Movie "Accidental Friendship," and as the female lead in George Romero's upcoming feature "Survival of the Dead,” which will receive premiere screenings at both the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. Munroe currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.