Kathleen is a native of Montana. She holds a BFA from University of Montana and a diploma from The Juilliard School of Drama. Her professional acting credits include
Broadway: THE FATHER, FISH IN THE DARK, ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, A DEATH OF A SALESMAN, CORAM BOY, THE CONSTANT WIFE, AFTER THE FALL, A FEW GOOD MEN. Off- Broadway: GATES OF GOLD, MIND GAME, THREE TRAVELERS, COMEDY OF ERRRORS, TWELFTH NIGHT, WINTERS TALE. Regional Theater: DOLL’S HOUSE PART 2, Weston Playhouse, DEATH OF A SALESMAN, Pittsburgh Public, OUTSIDE MULLINGAR, Philadelphia Theater Co., THE BIRDS, Barrington Stage, EQUUS, Guild Hall, MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN, McCarter, RICHARD III, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, BEYOND THERAPY, GOOD GERMAN, Westport playhouse (CT critics nom best Actress), OUR TOWN, SYLVIA, SIGHT UNSEEN, HUMAN EVENTS, George Street Playhouse TV: “Blindspot”,“Elementary”,” Chicago Justice”, “Person of Interest”, “The Black Box”, “The Good Wife”, “New Amsterdam”, “Law and Order”, “CI” and “SVU”, “Third Watch”, “Pennsylvania Miners Story” MOW. FILMS: A Happy House, Morning Glory, Music and Lyrics, School of Rock, Life with Mikey, It could Happen to You. She has appeared in numerous commercials, voice overs and is a frequent book narrator.
Kathleen studied mask with Pierre Lefebvre and Mina Yakim. She currently teaches Mask work at Rutgers University, and the Actors Center, and previously at UCSD, Cap21 as well as other studios. She has also taught make the transition from school to the business at Juilliard since 1995. She directed IT IS SO IF YOU THINK SO at Rutgers and DOLORE’S at the Playroom in NYC and a 6 part web series called PILLOW TALK which she also wrote and produced and was picked up by the Huffington Post. Kathleen is a founding member of the Cape Cod Theater Project. She is also a proud arts volunteer for ASTEP (artists striving to end poverty) where she most recently was in India at Shanti Bhavan teaching theater.