Her first film was a sci-fi called Temptation.
In order to film Intelligence Klea had to temporarily leave her husband alone in LA.
Chris Haddix, the creator of Intelligence, was determined to find a perfect fit for the character Mary Spalding. So determined that Klea was one of the last people to be cast for the show.
She is married to John Langs, an American theater director.
Klea is 5'8".
She played Elmire in the foreign play Tartuffe.
In 2006 she was nominated for award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series in the Gemini awards for her role on Intelligence.
When she auditioned for Millennium she had no agent, but the producers were still impressed and gave her the role of Emma Hollis, a series regular.
Her network television debut was on the CBS comedy sitcom Cosby.
At the New York Shakespeare festival she performed in The Tempest and All is Well that Ends Well.
She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at North Carolina School of the Arts.
Scott spent a summer at Massachusetts's Williamstown Theater Festival.
After she got out of high school she moved to New York City to study acting.
Before she was an actress she was a professional dancer.
Her first appearance on television was on the Canadian show You Can't Do That Television.
Klea Scott: (On Millennium) There amount of humor on the set maintains your sanity, really. The danger is in letting yourself go to a place of not giving respect to the tragedies around you - making it glib. So you find balances.
Klea Scott: Sometimes I'm alone, reading books, research about case studies, things that have happened to real people...and it creeps into your psyche. Even dealing with fake blood, or bodies that get up when they say 'cut' - situations that you know aren't real - the fact that you believe in them as an actor for a time makes them upsetting. I need to do things to get completely away from it on the weekends
Klea Scott: (On her role character in Intelligence) She's fierce and ferocious, with a practical side. She has an unapologetic confidence in her abilities, and a single minded pursuit of ambition. The CSIS job is her focus throughout the season. She's had a taste of power, her kingdom expanding, and she feels this need to be in control.
Klea Scott: (On her role in Intelligence) The writing was fantastic. I had not seen a woman's role in the crime genre so well developed, with her personal life as well as her job. Often when they're looking for a native, Asian, or African actor, it's to round out politically correct numbers. Mary's complex and flawed, and that really appealed to me.
Klea Scott: (On being black) I think it is in everything I do. It's who I am.