HERE’S WHERE I WRITE ABOUT MYSELF IN THIRD PERSON
Kate is a clown (at heart) turned writer/producer/performer. She was the showrunner and Executive Producer for the YouTube/Defy Media comedy Part Timers, which ran for 2 seasons and averaged 1.6 million viewers per episode. Before that, she was a writer on the 20th Century Fox/CBS multi-cam Friends with Better Lives.
Kate created and wrote a 10-part web comedy for FOX called Temporary Insanity and launched a FremantleMedia digital comedy, Funny in Love, in which she also wrote, produced and starred. She created, directed and starred in the web series The Actor Diaries, which made the Vimeo Staff Pick list and won a Telly Award for Best Comedy and two Stay Tuned TV Awards. It was later was optioned by Grammnet Productions.
An alum of Northwestern University’s acting program, Kate trained as a professional mime and co-founded The Open Door Mime Company, an all-female mime troupe based in New York City. The mime shows were one of Kate’s first forays into storytelling and physical comedy, which has become a signature in her work.
For the sheer fun of it, Kate is a web designer/programmer and is proficient in six computer languages. She’s also currently enrolled in Trapeze School on Santa Monica pier, where she enjoys getting comfortable with the idea of jumping off of a ledge.
Kate as boss lady and Executive Producer on the set of Funny in Love.