Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, actress Kylie Bunbury spent her early years in Europe. After living for two years in England and for seven years on the island of Madeira in Portugal, Bunbury's family relocated to the community of Prior Lake, Minnesota where Bunbury spent her adolescence. Bunbury was originally scouted as a model, but when an agent suggested she try acting, she transitioned to that career. Her very first role in show business came in 2011, when she played Jordan Lundley in the movie "Prom." That same year she portrayed Roxanne in the movie "The Sitter". In 2013 Bunbury appeared in the teen thriller drama series "Twisted" (ABC Family, 2013-2014), as Lacey Porter. In 2015 Bunbury played the role of Eva Sinclair in the CBS science fiction drama "Under the Dome" (CBS, 2013-2015), but the series was cancelled later that year. The same year, Bunbury appeared in "Tut" (Spike, 2015), a miniseries about the life of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhaman. In 2016 it was announced that Bunbury would play the lead role of Ginny Baker in the Fox television series "Pitch" (Fox, 2016-17). Bunbury portrayed a woman who becomes the first pitcher chosen to play in Major League Baseball. It was the first scripted series to revolve around the world of Major League Baseball.