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Richard Laughlin Baldwin
February 12, 1966
Lac la Hache, British Columbia, Canada
Lochlyn Munro (born Richard Laughlin Munro; February 12, 1966) is a Canadian film and television actor. For films, Munro is mostly known for his roles in A Night at the Roxbury (1998), Scary Movie (2000), Freddy vs. Jason (2003), and White Chicks (2004).For television, he is perhaps best known for his roles in the Canadian series Northwood , supernatural drama Charmed , and teen drama Riverdale .
Munro has starred in two Moment of Truth movies: Stand Against Fear, as a high-school jock who uses his popularity for all the wrong reasons, and Abduction of Innocence, as the boyfriend-turned-kidnapper of a teenage lumber heiress. In 1999, Munro played the recurring role of Jack Sheridan during the second season of Charmed . He has also appeared on Without A Trace , CSI , CSI: Miami and CSI: NY playing three different characters. He appeared as Paul Musevini, a time traveling patriarch of a genetically-enhanced Nietzschean race, in "Pride Before the Fall", the 100th episode of Andromeda .
In 2017, Munro began playing the recurring role of Hal Cooper on The CW teen drama Riverdale .
He currently splits his time between Vancouver and Los Angeles.
Munro is the uncle of Canadian indie-musician Patrick McWilliams.
|1990||Sylvan Lake Summer||Mitch|
|Needful Things||John LaPointe|
|Anything for Love||Jon|
|Trancers 4: Jack of Swords||Sebastian|
|1995||Ski Hard||Spider Bolton|
|1998||2 Extra Days||Man #2|
|Dead Man on Campus||Cliff O’Malley|
|A Night at the Roxbury||Craig|
|A Murder of Crows||Norwood|
|Scary Movie||Greg Phillippe|
|Kill Me Later||Agent Reed|
|Kevin of the North||Ned Parker|
|Heart of America||Reporter|
|2003||A Guy Thing||Ray Donovan|
|Freddy vs. Jason||Deputy Scott Stubbs|
|2004||The Wild Guys||Randall|
|White Chicks||Agent Jake Harper|
|The Keeper||Sgt. Burns|
|Chasing Ghosts||John Turbino|
|Complete Guide to Guys||Roger|
|2006||Behind the Smile||Greg Elese|
|The Benchwarmers||Ultimate Home Remodel Host|
|The Tooth Fairy||Peter Campbell|
|Deck the Halls||Ted||Uncredited|
|Final Move||Det. Roman Krieg|
|2007||Daddy Day Camp||Lance Warner|
|This Is Not a Test||Clerk|
|The Art of War II: Betrayal||Garret|
|2009||3 of Us||John|
|Space Buddies||Slats Bentley|
|Dance Flick||Coach Effron||Uncredited|
|Nowhere to Hide||Det. Jack Irons|
|Lies & Illusions||Andrew Laughlin|
|Infection: The Invasion Begins||Sheriff Bowen|
|Let the Game Begin||Gary Johnson|
|Christmas Mail||Mr. Fuller|
|2011||In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds||The King/Raven|
|Recoil||Agent Frank Sutton|
|2012||Jules Verne's Mysterious Island||Captain Cyrus Harding|
|Dawn Rider||Rudd Gordon|
|Fatal Call||Det. Zyler|
|The Company You Keep||FBI Agent Munro|
|Hansel & Gretel Get Baked||Officer Ritter|
|Assault on Wall Street||Robert Canworth|
|The Age of Reason||Frank|
|Rampage: Capital Punishment||Chip Parker|
|Run for Your Life||Neal|
|Driven Underground||Det. Boyce|
|2015||12 Rounds 3: Lockdown||Darrow Smith|
|Death Valley||Billy Rich|
|Tomorrowland||Tony Newton||Scenes deleted|
|Badge of Honor||David Miles|
|2017||Max 2: White House Hero||President Bennett|
|2018||The Predator||Lieutenant General Marks|
|In Like Flynn||Ronald|
|A Stone Cold Christmas||Max|
|2019||Benchwarmers 2: Breaking Balls||Stenhouse|
|2020||The Color Rose||Detective O'Ryan|
|Sniper: Assassin's End||Agent John Franklin||Direct-to-video|
|1987–1990||21 Jump Street||Various roles|
|1989||Danger Bay||David Fulman||Episode: "A Question of Attitude"|
|1990||Neon Rider||Slack||Episode: "Over the Line"|
|1992||Nightmare Cafe||Ralston||Episode: "The Heart of the Mystery"|
|1994||Blossom||Evan Henderson||Episode: "Meat"|
|Highlander: The Series||Tim||Episode: "Under Colour of Authority"|
|Cobra||Clifton Campbell||Episode: "A Few Dead Men"|
|1995||Strange Luck||Dirk Moody||Episode: "She Was"|
|1995–2002||The Outer Limits||Captain Eric Woodward||2 episodes|
|1996||Sliders||Billy the Kid||Episode: "The Good, the Bad and the Wealthy"|
|1996–1997||Two||Agent Andrew Forbes||9 episodes|
|1996||Viper||Second Hitman||Episode: "Standoff"|
|1997||Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show||Paul O'Donnell|
|1998||Dead Man's Gun||Joe Cavanaugh||Episode: "Wages of Sin"|
|Poltergeist: The Legacy||Todd Barnard||Episode: "The Light"|
|Welcome to Paradox||Young Doctor||Episode: "Alien Jane"|
|1999||Partners||Stephen||Episode: "Never Says Never Again"|
|JAG||Lt. 'X-Man' Buxton||2 episodes|
|1999–2000||Charmed||Jack Sheridan||7 episodes|
|2003||The Dead Zone||Jason Moore||Episode: "Playing God"|
|Jake 2.0||Lawrence||Episode: "Whiskey - Tango - Foxtrot"|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Officer Hal Watson||Episode: "Invisible Evidence"|
|2004||Monk||Fat Tony Lucarelli||Episode: "Mr. Monk Meets the Godfather"|
|Dead Like Me||Greg||Episode: "Ghost Story"|
|2005||Andromeda||Peter / Drago Museveni||Episode: "Pride Before the Fall"|
|Las Vegas||Kevin 'Jinx' Jergeson||Episode: "Can You See What I See"|
|CSI: Miami||Rick Adams||Episode: "Nothing to Lose"|
|Without a Trace||Lance Hamilton||Episode: "Lone Star"|
|NCIS (TV series)||Kevin Holt||Episode: "Bikini Wax"|
|Weeds||Bike Cop||Episode: "Lude Awakening"|
|CSI: NY||Ethan Fallon||Episode: "Bad Beat"|
|2006||Smallville||Orlando Block||Episode: "Sneeze"|
|2005–2007||Eyes||Eric Paulsen||2 episodes|
|2010||The Mentalist||Keith Farrow||Episode: "Red Sky at Night"|
|2011||Castle||Kevin McCann||2 episodes|
|2012||Psych||Steve Rollins||Episode: "Shawn and the Real Girl"|
|True Justice||Mark Simms||12 episodes|
|Transporter: The Series||Agent Smith||Episode: "Dead Drop"|
|Hawaii Five-0||Jim Rogers||Episode: "Ha'awe Make Loa"|
|Burn Notice||Dr. Jed||Episode: "Game Change"|
|2013||King & Maxwell||Jack Turner||2 episodes|
|Longmire||Grant Thayer||2 episodes|
|Cedar Cove||Zach Weston||Episode: "For the Sake of the Children"|
|Cracked||Jonas Boyar||Episode: "The Price"|
|Lost Girl||Ian||Episode: "Lovers. Apart."|
|Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story||Bobby Hull|
|2014||Arrow||Captain Stein||Episode: "Birds of Prey"|
|Motive||Gary Oliver||Episode: "Kiss of Death"|
|2015||Scorpion||Detective Jim Archer||Episode: "Risky Business"|
|Rizzoli & Isles||Skeet Martin||Episode: "Bassholes"|
|Beauty and the Beast||Hank Keller||Episode: "Chasing Ghosts"|
|Ties That Bind||McGee||Episode: "Protect and Serve"|
|Bones||Sal Raymound||Episode: "High Treason in the Holiday Season"|
|Chicago Med||Jack Cooper||Episode: "Clarity"|
|Lucifer||Anthony Paolucci||3 episodes|
|When Calls the Heart||James Addison||2 episodes|
|2017||Major Crimes||Lt. Capra||2 episodes|
|Haters Back Off||Brian Maxwell||1 episode|
|2017–2019||Riverdale||Hal Cooper / Black Hood||Recurring; 34 episodes|
|2018||The Detectives||Det. Bill Clark||Episode: "Trick or Treat"|
|The Case That Haunts Me||Investigator Bill Clark||Episode: "Trick or Treat"|
|The 5th Quarter||Gary Glazman||Episode: "The Oh-No No-No"|
|Beyond||Ken Sheldrake||4 episodes|
|Take Two||Mitch Rhodes||Episode: "One to the Heart"|
|A Million Little Things||Coach||Episode: "Save the Date"|
|2019||The Murders||Det. Michael Huntley||Episode: "The Long Black Veil"|
|SEAL Team||Mike Zell||2 episodes|
|2020||The Good Doctor||Martin Cross||2 episodes|
|2021||Peacemaker||Larry Fitzgibbon||Recurring role, upcoming series|
|1991||The Girl from Mars||Earl West|
|Posing: Inspired by Three Real Stories||Sam|
|Dead Ahead: The Exxon Valdez Disaster||Trooper Mike Fox|
|1993||A Stranger in the Mirror||Alan Preston|
|1994||Broken Pledges||Jeff Lanee|
|1996||Justice for Annie: A Moment of Truth Movie||Mickey Holloway|
|When Friendship Kills||Nick McKay|
|Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?||Kevin Shane|
|Abduction of Innocence||Eddie Spencer|
|Stand Against Fear||Josh Kelly|
|1998||A Champion's Fight||Steve|
|I Know What You Did||Justin Decker|
|One Hot Summer Night||Det. Eddie Beltran|
|1999||Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge||Officer Balke|
|2002||The Investigation||Darryll Kettles|
|2006||Thugaboo: A Miracle on D-Roc's Street||Gavin's Dad|
|2007||The Perfect Child||Paul Jacobs|
|2008||Riddles of the Sphinx||Robert Parr|
|2010||Xtinction: Predator X||Sheriff Tim Richards|
|2011||Past Obsessions||Thomas Brisano|
|2013||Out of Reach||Matthew|
|2015||When Sparks Fly||Phil|
|The Christmas Note||Robert|
|2016||Cradle of Lies||Cal Ward|
|A Snow Capped Christmas||Lou|
|The Mistletoe Promise||Dan|
|2018||Winter's Dream||Ski Dad|
|Garage Sale Mystery: Pandora's Box||Joel Jacobs|
|2019||Mystery 101: Dead Talk||Detective Denny Roma|
|2020||The Good Doctor, Season 4 Epsidode 1||Shauns patient|
|2021||Crossword Mysteries: Terminal Descent||Morgan Daniels|
|2021||Chronicle Mysteries: Helped to Death||Billy Garrett|
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