Kathryn Morris is an American actress, best known for her lead role as Detective Lilly Rush in the CBS series "Cold Case." She grew up one of six children and lived most of her childhood traveling around the US, singing in her family's gospel group called "The Morris Code." She was born in Ohio, but brought up in both Texas and Connecticut.
Kathryn's career started off with her short role in the 1991 film, "Long Road Home" alongside Mark Harmon, who she came to work with in the future again. It was the start of many other small roles in TV and film. Followed by roles in such films as "Cool As Ice," "Death Of A Cheerleader," "Sleepstalker" and TV roles in "Murder, She Wrote," "Silk Stalkings" and "Relativity." These small roles, and some bigger roles in little-known films, worked up to her big break. Kathryn's big break was her big role in the TV series, "Pensacola: Wings of Gold," which came in 1998. Although it didn't put her out there on the A-list, it definitely got her known. Kathryn starred for the whole first season, playing Lieutenant Annalisa Lindstrom, a strong woman in the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. The character played with a feisty relationship with Lieutenant A.J. 'Buddha' Conaway, and Kathryn's character ended the series with starting a romantic relationship with A.J.
After Kathryn's breakthrough with "Pensacola: Wings Of Gold," she found herself scoring roles in "Xena: The Warrior Princess," which she appeared in two episodes, followed by her appearances in another two episodes of "The Magnificent Seven." When 2000 came, Kathryn starred in films that had more hype, such as "Inherit the Wind," "The Contender" and "Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For." She also scored a few roles where she played the main female lead, such as "Hell Swarm," "Role Of A Lifetime" and "And Never Let Her Go," which she appeared again with Mark Harmon. After being noticed by Steven Spielberg in "The Contender," Steven decided to cast her in the films "Artificial Intelligence: AI" and "Minority Report," alonside Tom Cruise. This ultimately lead to Kathryn being cast in the 2003 hit TV crime show, "Cold Case." Cold Case was Kathryn's biggest break. She played the lead role, Detective Lilly Rush-- a smart, driven woman who investigates cold cases for a living. The show ran for seven years, ending in 2010. This however, has not stopped Kathryn from working.
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