Kristin Minter (born November 22, 1965) is an American actress.
Born in Miami, Florida, she is the daughter of Dottie, a horse trainer, and Charlie Minter, a financial firm executive.Minter grew up in Yardley, Pennsylvania. She has three brothers.
She is known for playing the role of Kathy Winslow in the film Cool as Ice alongside Vanilla Ice. She is also known for playing the character Rachel MacLeod in three episodes of Highlander: The Series : "Homeland" (S4E1), "Deliverance" (S4E14), and "Promises" (S4E15). She has played minor roles in numerous television series, most notably on ER as the character Miranda "Randi" Fronczak for 72 episodes from 1995 to 2003.She also portrayed the character Nina in the body horror film Excess Flesh .
|1990||Home Alone||Heather McCallister|
|1991||Cool as Ice||Kathy Winslow|
|1992||Passed Away||Cousin Karen|
|1992||Bayscape 2042||Agent Man||Short film|
|1994||There Goes My Baby||Tracy|
|1997||The Temple of Phenomenal Things||Monica|
|1998||The Effects of Magic||Zebrah|
|2000||King of the Open Mics||Gina|
|2000||Behind the Seams||Joy|
|2001||A Wedding for Bella||Lucca|
|2002||Waiting for Anna||Anna||Short film|
|2002||March 1st||Stephanie||Short film|
|2002||The Gray in Between||Suzie|
|2003||Straighten Up America||Helen||Short film|
|2005||In the Blink of an Eye||Reina|
|2008||Six Sex Scenes and a Murder||Regan Price|
|2009||Dead in Love||Sara|
|2013||Eat Spirit Eat||Miss Parysian|
|2015||Fire City: End of Days||Jane|
|2015||7th Secret||Liz Lombardi|
|2017||Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey||Mother|
|1989||Living Dolls||Jenna||"The Flash Is Always Greener"|
|1990||The Outsiders||Sheila||Recurring role|
|1993||Moon Over Miami||Rebecca||"Pilot"|
|1994||Family Album||Valerie Thayer||TV miniseries|
|1995||University Hospital||Debra Vaughn||"Secrets Great and Small", "Endings and Beginnings"|
|1995||Pig Sty||Christine||"... And This Little Piggy Moved Out", "Erin Go Barf"|
|1995||Fallen Angels||Sue Hambleton||"Fly Paper"|
|1995||Dad, the Angel & Me||Rita||TV film|
|1995–1996||Highlander: The Series||Rachel MacLeod||"Homeland", "Deliverance", "Promises"|
|1995–2003||ER||Miranda 'Randi' Fronczak||Recurring role|
|1996||Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||Emma||"Black Widow"|
|2000||G vs E||Annalise||Recurring role|
|2001||Providence||Alex||"Trial & Error"|
|2001||NYPD Blue||Candy||"Two Clarks in a Bar"|
|2003||John Doe||Charlotte Williams||"Tone Dead"|
|2004||Halo 2||ILB: Sophia Bossedon (voice)||Video game|
|2004||General Hospital||Jordan Baines||1 episode|
|2005||Blind Justice||Cheryl Vitti||"Marlon's Brando"|
|2006||Pepper Dennis||Bambi||"Dennis, Bulgari, Big Losers at ACoRNS"|
|2006||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Hooker||”Living Legend”|
|2007||Dirt||Dana Pritchard||"The Thing Under the Bed"|
|2010||The Mentalist||Sugar||"Red Sky at Night"|
|2013||Ironside||Ivana||"Action", "Hell on Wheels"|
|2013||Ray Donovan||Liza Hendricks||"Black Cadillac", "The Golem"|
|2017||The Look-Book||Kiersten||"Model Citizens"|
|2017||This Is Us||Miss Dobson||"Déjà Vu"|
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