Lochlyn Munro is a Canadian actor from Vancouver. His most notable film roles include A Night at the Roxbury (1998), Scary Movie (2000), Freddy vs. Jason (2003), White Chicks (2004), The Predator (2018) and Cosmic Sin (2021). For television, he is perhaps best known for his roles in the Canadian series Northwood, supernatural drama Charmed, and teen drama Riverdale.

Munro started his acting career after a serious sports injury ended his dream of playing professional hockey. A talented musician, Lochlyn turned his attention to the performing arts. While playing music in various clubs around Vancouver, British Columbia, Lochlyn studied drama and improvisational comedy with many of the industry's top professionals, including the late Susan Strasberg. Having done a lot of stage work, Lochlyn then jumped into the television and film world with instant success. Munro's first films include starring roles in two Moment of Truth movies: Stand Against Fear, as a high-school jock who uses his popularity for all the wrong reasons, and Abduction of Innocence, as the boyfriend-turned-kidnapper of a teenage lumber heiress. In 1999, Munro played the recurring role of Jack Sheridan during the second season of Charmed. He has also appeared on Without A Trace, CSI, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY and has collaborated multiple times with the Wayans family, starring in four of the films (Scary Movie, White Chicks, Little Man, and Dance Flick).

Lochlyn is married with two children and splits his time between Vancouver and LA.  A little known fact about Lochlyn is he won a Gold Medal for waterskiing in the BC Summer Games.