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Also Known As: Meredith Leigh Monroe Died:
Born: December 30, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Houston, Texas, USA Profession: actor, model

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Born in Houston, Texas and raised in Hinsdale, Illinois, actress Meredith Monroe is best-known for her 1998-2000 regular role on The WB's hit "Dawson's Creek." As Andie McPhee, the lithe blonde impressed Joshua Jackson's Pacey as well as viewers as Capeside's bright and charming new entrant. Positively gregarious in comparison to her somber onscreen brother Jack (played by Kerr Smith) and the other stars of the popular drama, Monroe was a lively addition. Her initial entry into series television was less successful, however, becoming a regular on ABC's "Dangerous Minds" in 1997 just weeks before the end of the drama's short run. Monroe followed up with guest spots on programs including "The Magnificent Seven" and "Promised Land" (both CBS) in 1998. A familiar face due to her extensive commercial work, she was cast in the title role of "Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder" (CBS, 1999), starring in this biopic about the author's years as a young wife.

Born in Houston, Texas and raised in Hinsdale, Illinois, actress Meredith Monroe is best-known for her 1998-2000 regular role on The WB's hit "Dawson's Creek." As Andie McPhee, the lithe blonde impressed Joshua Jackson's Pacey as well as viewers as Capeside's bright and charming new entrant. Positively gregarious in comparison to her somber onscreen brother Jack (played by Kerr Smith) and the other stars of the popular drama, Monroe was a lively addition. Her initial entry into series television was less successful, however, becoming a regular on ABC's "Dangerous Minds" in 1997 just weeks before the end of the drama's short run. Monroe followed up with guest spots on programs including "The Magnificent Seven" and "Promised Land" (both CBS) in 1998. A familiar face due to her extensive commercial work, she was cast in the title role of "Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder" (CBS, 1999), starring in this biopic about the author's years as a young wife.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Secret Liaison (2013)
3.
 Born Bad (2011)
6.
 Nowhere to Hide (2009)
7.
 Not My Life (2006)
8.
 Full Ride (2004)
9.
 Year That Trembled, The (2003) Judy Woods
10.
 New Best Friend (2002) Hadley Weston
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Raised in Hinsdale, Illinois
1997:
Relocated to Los Angeles
1997:
Was made a cast regular midway through the short run of ABC's "Dangerous Minds"
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Played recurring role on "Sunset Beach" (NBC)
1998:
Made guest appeareances on "The Magnificent Seven" and "Promised Land" (both CBS)
1998:
Completed the CBS TV-movie "Beyond the Prarie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder", starring as the title character; aired in December 1999
1998:
Joined cast of The WB's "Dawson's Creek", playing Capeside newcomer Andie McPhee
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husband:
Steve Kavovit. Massage therapist. Born c. 1971; introduced in 1995; announced engagement in February 1999; married in Hawaii in summer 1999.

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brother-in-law:
Andrew Kavovit. Actor. Played Paul Stenbeck on "As the World Turns" in the 1980s; co-starred in CBS series "The Magnificent Seven".

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