Kinna McInroe

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Kinna McInroe
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Born (1973-04-30) April 30, 1973 (age 43)
Levelland, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998–present

Kinna McInroe (born April 30, 1973) is an American actress, known for her role as Nina in the film Office Space. She appeared in several television series including CSI, Strong Medicine, Criminal Minds and The Bernie Mac Show. Currently McInroe pursues her acting and singing career in film, television, stage and the World Wide Web. With Jo Luijten she made several web videos under the pseudonym of Squirrel-Monkey which received positive press from a number of news and technology websites.[1] She also studies improvisational theatre with Gary Austin, the founder of The Groundlings.[2]

The actress, who used to be obese, has lost over 100 pounds (45.45 kilos) since 2008.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Feature films and short films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 Office Space Nina
2000 Where the Heart is Wal-Mart Clerk
2002 Almost Sue
The Anarchist Cookbook Rollerskating Waitress
2003 F.A.T. Jeanette
2005 2005 BET Comedy Awards Barbara Matthews
2006 The Suicide Diana Won Best Newcomer at Miami Underground Film Festival
Grilled Elyse Gorman Uncredited
Dorm Daze 2 Olga
2008 Stone & Ed Nurse
Yard of Blondes Farmer's Wife
Cupcake Candi
2009 Broken August Nurse Kinna
Elsewhere Candy
Love Never Tires Darlene
2017 Deidra & Laney Rob a Train Gloria Netflix movie

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Episode(s)
2002 The Bernie Mac Show Pat Episode: "Carfool"
2004 Strong Medicine Marnie Episode: "Weights and Measures"
2004–2005 American Dreams Sister Claire 3 episodes
2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Brenda Morgan Episode: "Big Middle"
2011 Criminal Minds Gwen Episode: "Proof"
2013 Drop Dead Diva Pam Bendall Episode: "Surrogates"
2015 Welcome Home, Loser Rita O'Connor 2 episodes
Supergirl Waitress Episode: "Pilot"
Hawaii Five-0 Loraine Episode: "Kuleana"

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Joluijten.com
  2. ^ Biography | Official website of Kinna McInroe
  3. ^ "The Seven Deadly Sins". Freedutch. Retrieved 25 January 2011. 

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