Alexandra Krosney is an American television actress. She is known best for playing the role of Kristin Baxter during the first season of the ABC comedy "Last Man Standing."
Alexandra Benjamin Krosney was born on January 28, 1988 in Los Angeles, California, where she's resided her whole life. Prior to becoming an official credited actress with her first ever television role on the series "The Grubbs" in 2002, she knew she wanted to be one from a young age. In fact, inspiration first struck while attending musical-theater camp as a child. Since then, she vowed to make a name for herself in Hollywood.
Upon getting her bearing with her first role, Alexandra soon landed the recurring role of Remy on "Family Affair" the following year. From there, she continued to pick up guest stints on series such as "ER," "NCIS," and "Bones for several years after that. She even played two separate roles on the CBS crime drama "Without a Trace," making her first appearance in in 2003, then again in 2007. In 2009, she was cast in her second recurring role on the series "Surviving Suburbia" playing a character named Rhonda.
After doing her first bit of voice acting work on the series "Transformers Prime" in 2010, Alexandra caught her first big break after being cast as one of Tim Allen's daughters on "Last Man Standing." She played the role of Kristin Baxter during the show's first season, but unfortunately, was replaced by Amanda Fuller the following year after being let go from the series due to creative differences. Since then, she has picked up where she left off by continued to land numerous guest roles on various television series. In 2014, she was cast as Peyton on The CW series, "iZombie," but it was announced after the pilot was filmed that she would again be recast.