Steve Monroe is a veteran actor, known from over 150 film, television, and commercial roles. Additionally, Monroe is a practicing psychotherapist and has treated clients of all ages, exhibiting a wide spectrum of diagnoses. Monroe specializes in treating entertainment professionals and others in recovery from addictions. Moreover, Monroe enjoys performing stand-up in clubs in and around Los Angeles. From serial killer, Jordy Raines in “The Following,” to the perverted Frank Tobin in “Miss Congeniality,” and the pizza-eating, country bumpkin opposite the exploding mosquito in the world-famous Tabasco ad (#5 World’s Funniest Commercials of All Time), Monroe has worked with luminaries ranging from Clint Eastwood (on three films) to Jack Lemmon and George C. Scott. Steven Alan Monroe was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has lived and worked all over North America and New Zealand. Steve’s father is a well-known pathologist, and his mother raised him and his three siblings. Steve attended Duke University for three years. In 1993, following the death of his best friend, Alex, he transferred to Occidental College. Here, Steve earned Bachelors’ degrees in both Russian Language and Theatre Arts. In 2010, Steve completed his Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Monroe has enjoyed the privilege of working with such esteemed directors as Clint Eastwood, Robert Zemekis, Tom Shadyac, Jay Roach, Todd Phillips, Don Petrie Jr. and his father, the late Dan Petrie. Offscreen, Steve continues his practice as a psychotherapist (stevenmonroe.net), is an avid tennis player, recording artist, guitar player, and achieved advanced level studies with the celebrated improvisation troupe, the Groundlings.