Kathleen Kinmont

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Kathleen Kinmont
BornKathleen Kinmont Smith
(1965-02-03) February 3, 1965 (age 49)
Los Angeles, California
OccupationActress
Years active1984–present
Spouse(s)Lorenzo Lamas (m. 1989–1993; divorced)
Jere Burns (1997–1999; divorced)
Doug Swander (2006–2011; divorced)
 
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Kathleen Kinmont
BornKathleen Kinmont Smith
(1965-02-03) February 3, 1965 (age 49)
Los Angeles, California
OccupationActress
Years active1984–present
Spouse(s)Lorenzo Lamas (m. 1989–1993; divorced)
Jere Burns (1997–1999; divorced)
Doug Swander (2006–2011; divorced)

Kathleen Kinmont (born February 3, 1965) is an American actress who starred in film and on television. Kinmont is perhaps best known for starring in horror movies.

Early life[edit]

Katheen Kinmont Smith was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of actress Abby Dalton[1] and Jack Smith.

Career[edit]

Her first feature film role was in the comedy Hardbodies (1984). Her best-known roles include the horror movie Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) as Kelly Meeker and in Bride of Re-Animator as the title character. She played the title role in CIA Code Name: Alexa, which she reprised in the sequel CIA II: Target Alexa. Her most recent film was Lime Salted Love (2005).

She starred on television series such as Santa Barbara as Marilyn Cassidy in 1992 and her big role was in the 1990s syndicated television series Renegade as Cheyenne Phillips from 1992–1996. She was married to Lorenzo Lamas, who starred as the main character on the series. She was reportedly dropped from the series in 1996 when she made derogatory comments in the press about Lamas future wife Shauna Sand, who had been making appearances on the show.[2] They later divorced. She is also divorced from actor Jere Burns. She has made guest appearances on such television seriess as Dallas, Baywatch, Silk Stalkings, V.I.P. and Days of our Lives.

Kathleen is currently involved in a variety of projects as a writer, director and director of photography. She also has a flourishing photography business in the Los Angeles area, and has just released a yoga video called "Kathleen Kinmont's Restorative Core Yoga".[3] In 2012, she contributed several articles on the topic of divorce through The Huffington Post.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1984HardbodiesPretty Skater
1985Fraternity VacationMarianne
1987Winners Take AllParty Girl #5
1987NightforceCindyDirect-to-video
1988Phoenix the WarriorPhoenix
1988Halloween 4: The Return of Michael MyersKelly Meeker
1989Rush WeekJudith Ann McGuffin
1989MidnightParty
1989Snake Eater II: The Drug BusterDet. Lisa Forester
1989Bride of Re-AnimatorGloria
1989Roller Blade Warriors: Taken by ForceKarin Crosse
1991Night of the WarriorKatherine Pierce
1991The Art of DyingHolly
1991Final ImpactMaggie
1992CIA Code Name: AlexaAlexa
1992Sweet JusticeHeather
1993CIA II: Target AlexaAlexa
1994Final RoundJordanDirect-to-video
1995Texas PaybackAngela
1995StormsweptMissy
1996Punctual zeroBrigitte
1996That Thing You Do!Koss' Secretary
1996Dead of NightKatherine
1997The Corporate LadderNicole Landon
1997Stranger in the HouseDorothy Liddell
2001GanglandAlexis
2002Bare WitnessDet. Holly McGeeDirect-to-video
2002PsychoticNatalie Montana
2006Lime Salted LoveDr. Lina Baxter
2008PrankKat
2011Monsterpiece Theatre Volume 1Lily StevensSegment: "Rottentail"

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1965The Joey Bishop ShowBabySeason 4, Episode 25 "What'll You Have?"
1984The MasterModel #2Season 1, Episode 8 "The Good, the Bad, and the Priceless"
1991DallasCookieSeason 14, Episode 14 "Smooth Operator"
1992Santa BarbaraMarilyn CassidySoap opera
1994BaywatchMorgan ChristopherSeason 5, Episode 7 "Someone to Baywatch Over You"
1992–94RenegadeCheyenne PhillipsSeasons 1–4
1998Safety PatrolNewspersonABC television film
1997–99Silk StalkingsCharlene BallardSeason 7, Episode 11 "The Wedge"
Season 8, Episode 21 "Noir: Part 1"
Season 8, Episode 22 "Noir: Part 2"
1999Mortal Kombat: KonquestDionSeason 1, Episode 21 "Stolen Lies"
2001V.I.P.Agent MadisonSeason 4, Episode 5 "South by Southwest"
2002Days of Our LivesDr. RichardsSoap opera; 2 episodes

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