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Appearing in the Oscar-nominated film Gone Girl, and earning a Maverick Movie Award Nomination for her role in Badsville, directed by April Mullen, Kate currently plays prosecutor Jamie Glenway in the fourth season of the CBS TV series In the Dark, and a leading role of Trudy Cromwell in the Bell Fibe TV series, BIKE. Notably, she portrayed Edith Wharton in the 16th season of The Murdoch Mysteries.  


Kate is also an award-winning filmmaker and an international vocalist and recording artist. She is the frontwoman for the LA-based bands, The Martini Kings and Pop Nouveau Jazz. Their past music clients include The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, HBO, Warner Bros, The Getty Center, Universal, and Disney. She has also sung with Robby Krieger of The Doors and Jeff Goldblum.


Kate has spent over a decade researching, interviewing and writing about the women pilots who served in WWII. Her first narrative short film, Boundless, about the Women Airforce Service Pilots, has screened all over the world and picked up 13 international awards. The short includes 60 background performers, 40 crew members, 11 cast members and flying warplanes. The project is currently in writing development as a TV mini-series that is being co-produced by the Oscar-winning Producer of The Kings Speech, Gareth Unwin, and the former head of Discovery Network in Canada, Ken MacDonald.


In 2021, Kate directed and produced two segments of the feature film documentary, Operation Lights Out, about the Canadian Relief Flights during the Nigerian Civil War in the late 1960s. She directed the reenactment night-flying scenes in a 1960s Super Constellation aircraft, and the creator’s on-camera narration.


With six short-form projects under her belt, Kate is attached to direct a period piece feature film called Dear Fellow Traveller in 2024. She is also attached to direct the women-driven psychological thriller feature film, Satisfaction, as well as the dramatic feature film Green Mountain State, which was in the final round of the Sundance Writer's Lab, in 2022.


Kate is a student pilot member of the Ninety-Nines Women’s Flying Organization, a global organization of women pilots founded in 1929 by Amelia Earhart.

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