Alexandra Krosney is an American actress best known for her starring role as Kristin Baxter, an independent 20-year-old single mother constantly fighting her urge to take a nap, in the television sitcom Last Man Standing, from 2011-2012.
She left the show after the first season due to "creative reasons" and was replaced in the role by Amanda Fuller.
Alexandra was previously known for recurring role as Rhonda on the television sitcom Surviving Suburbia, in 2009.
A native Californian, Krosney fell in love with acting at musical theatre camp as a child. After doing several independent films, plays and working as a model, she got her first role on the Fox sitcom The Grubbs, starring alongside Randy Quaid, Carol Kane and Michael Cera.
Krosney went on to work on such TV shows as ER, Bones, Without a Trace (appearing twice, as two different characters), NCIS, Criminal Minds, CSI, Lost and Nikita.
She also appeared on the ABC comedy Surviving Suburbia, with Bob Saget and Cynthia Stevenson, and can be heard as the voice of Sierra on The Hub's animated hit series, Transformers: Prime.