Kathleen Munroe is a Canadian actress best known for her television roles as Annabelle Banks in Beautiful People (2005-2006) and as Nathalie Lacroix in Durham County, in 2007.
She currently stars as Ali Devon in the dark comedy television series Call Me Fitz, since 2010.
Originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Munroe studied Cinema at the University of Toronto. While still in school, she earned her first role as the lead in the MTV pilot, The New Girl, and shortly afterwards, she appeared in the movie Last Call, co-starring Jeremy Irons and Sissy Spacek for Showtime.
Munroe went on to star in several other films including, Drummer Boy and the independent films Let Him Be and Eternal.
Munroe has starred in several television series such as Beautiful People for ABC Family, as well as the critically acclaimed award-winning series Durham County.
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 several television series including, Cold Case, Without a Trace, Flashpoint, The Republic of Doyle, NCIS: Los Angeles, Stargate: Universe and has a recurring role as Samantha Flack on CSI: NY.
Munroe also starred alongside Grey's Anatomy's Chandra Wilson in the Hallmark movie An Accidental Friendship, and The Wild Girl with Brian Austen Green.
She also stars alongside Kenneth Welsh in George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead that was screened at the 2009 Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival respectively.