Lochlyn Munro

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Lochlyn Munro was born on February 12, 1966, in Lac La Hache, British Columbia, Canada. He began his acting career in the late 1980s, making appearances in various television series and low-budget films. Munro's natural charisma and on-screen presence quickly caught the attention of audiences and industry insiders alike.

Rise to Prominence

Munro rose to prominence with his breakout role as Greg Philipson in the teen comedy film Dead Man on Campus (1998). His performance garnered positive reviews and opened doors to more significant opportunities in Hollywood. Throughout the 2000s and beyond, Munro continued to build a diverse and impressive body of work in both film and television.

Notable Work

  • Riverdale (2017-present): Munro gained widespread recognition for his role as Hal Cooper, Betty's father, in this popular television series based on the Archie Comics. His portrayal of the enigmatic and troubled character added depth and intrigue to the show's narrative, earning him a dedicated fanbase.
  • Scary Movie (2000): Munro showcased his comedic talents in this horror comedy film, where he played the role of Greg, one of the hapless victims terrorized by a masked killer. His comedic timing and physicality added humor and levity to the film's absurd and over-the-top premise.

Personal Life

Outside of his acting career, Lochlyn Munro is known for his love of sports and outdoor activities. He continues to pursue his passion for acting, taking on new and challenging roles that showcase his versatility and talent as an actor.

Lochlyn Munro