Bio: Katharine Cullison is a New York City based actor and producer. She has worked extensively both in the NYC and London theater scenes. Her training began at Grinnell College where she received her BA in Theatre. She also trained in classical American realism at HB studios with Uta Hagen, Herbert Berghof, Anne Jackson, and Austin Pendleton. In London, she trained with Doreen Cannon, former head of acting at RADA. Katharine most recently appeared in the World Premiere of Bernard Kops’ latest play The Dark Outside where played the leading role of Helen, opposite Austin Pendleton, after having originated the role in the staged reading at the National Portrait Gallery in London, opposite Stephen Greif. Some additional favorite credits include Sandra in Playing Sinatra opposite Austin Pendleton (Theater for the New City), Dirty Linen directed by Edward de Souza (Arts Theater, West End), Rogues and Vagabonds (JW3, London), and Rum Cake (Trilogy Theater, Off Broadway). Ms. Cullison also gave voice to Hallie Flannigan opposite Tim Robbins and Simon Callow in the BBC Radio 4 Program Art for the Millions, based on the WPA and the Federal Theatre Project. A proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity, outside of acting, Katharine love to travel —especially to England and Japan — and spend time with her close-knit family.
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