'Law & Order: Criminal Intent': This Is Kathryn Erbe Now
You may recognize American actress Kathryn Erbe from her time as "Alexandra Eames" on Law & Order spin-off Law & Order: Criminal Intent. But what has the talented actress been up to since the show ended in 2011? Find out right here!
Born July 5, 1965, Kathryn Erbe got her start in acting while she was still a student at NYU. Her very first role would come when she was cast as "Lynn Redgrave's" daughter on the sitcom Chicken Soup.
Kathryn would then go on to have a successful career with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, including performances in productions of A Streetcar Named Desire, Curse of the Starving Class, The Grapes of Wrath, and The Speed of Darkness, before making her way back to television.
Kathryn Erbe as "Alexandra Eames"
Her first big television role would come in 1998 when she was cast as "Shirley Belllinger" on drama series Oz. While still filming for Oz, Kathryn would land her second big role in 2001 as "Detective Alexandra Eames" on Law & Order spinoff series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Kathryn would play the part of "Alexandra" for a total of 142 episodes over the shows 10 seasons. Audiences and critics alike loved Kathryn's performance, and she would be nominated for a Satellite Award for Best Actress!
Kathryn Erbe Today
Since her time on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Kathryn has continued to make appearances on episodes of Law & Order": SVU. She has also appeared in a number of films including Worst Friends (2014), Mistress America (2015), and Assassination Nation (2018).
The now 55-year-old was married to her Oz co-star, Terry Kinney, and shares two children with the actor, however, the two have since split. While she is currently single, Kathryn enjoys spending her free time with daughter Maeve (24) and son Carson (16). The star has most recently used her "law enforcement" background to champion for the Black Lives Matter movement!
Thank you, Nicole Hannah Jones via @NYTimes for making this so clear and understandable. Reparations are long overdue. Procrastination does not erase the debt we owe the descendants of slavery-structural and monetary reparations. WE OWE. https://t.co/a9vJVsQOsq— Kathryn Erbe (@kathryn_erbe) June 30, 2020
Join EJI to end mass incarceration, excessive punishment, and racial inequality.— Kathryn Erbe (@kathryn_erbe) June 19, 2020