Only 23 years of age and inspired by the work of Katherine Heigl; Katerine-Ann (K-A) has made small appearances on Australian TV shows, such as, Home and Away and Puberty Blues, and held supporting and lead roles in films. Her most recent credit involves a featured speaking role in the Australian film, Bookweek (2018), directed by Heath Davies.
She has worked alongside Australian director Peter Andrikidis, playing the supporting lead role of “Sarah” in Alex & Eve (2015). Alex & Eve was ranked as the 10th highest grossing Australian film of 2015 and had three sold out sessions at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Interviewed by Girl Magazine, K-A has also gained work experience on Channel 7’s Sunrise and The Morning Show, as well as performing as an on-court presenter at the Sydney Kings basketball and Volleyball Australia home games – in front of crowds of over 5,000.
To refine her craft, K-A has trained with Australian and international acting coaches and casting directors, including attending NIDA workshops.
K-A has graduated from a Bachelor of Psychological Science (First Class Honours) and is a provisional psychologist who is currently studying her Master’s of Clinical Psychology at university. She is a strong swimmer and runner, and avid surfer.