Kylie Bunbury Biography

Film Actress, Television Actress (1989–)
Kylie Bunbury is a Canadian-American actress who is best known for her roles in ABC Family's 'Twisted' and Fox's 'Pitch.'


Kylie Bunbury was born on January 30, 1989 in Ontario, Canada to a Swedish-American mother and Guyanese-Canadian father. She spent her early childhood years in Europe, thanks to her pro soccer-playing father, and later resided in Minnesota with her two siblings. Bunbury started out as a model but quickly turned to acting. Her first major role was in a Disney movie called Prom (2011) and she appeared in the Jonah Hill-comedy, The Sitter (2011), later that same year. She also played Lacey Porter in ABC's Twisted — opposite actor Avan Jogia, whom she also starred with in Spike TV's 2015 mini-series Tut — as well as on CBS' sci-fi mystery Under the Dome. But it was in 2016 that her leading lady status was solidified, thanks to Fox's Pitch, where she plays Ginny Baker, the (fictional) first female baseball player to play in the major leagues.

Kylie Bunbury Photo

Kylie Bunbury attends the FOX Summer TCA Press Tour on August 8, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo: Todd Williamson/Getty Images)

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