Kathleen Kuhn is an actor, writer, and director located in Brooklyn, NY. Half Texan, half Coloradan, Kathleen grew up training as a ballet dancer through her development at the University of CO in Boulder, but was lured into the theatre early on. Some of her favorite roles back home include Abigail Williams in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”, and Charlotte in Christopher Durang’s “Beyond Therapy”. She embarked on her career in film in Boulder, working on the documentary SEEDS OF TIME. Compelled to pursue the narrative story, she moved to NY on three days notice with a one-way ticket and suitcase to start on her first feature film and hasn’t left since!
She has trained with some incredible teachers and fellow talent at Stella Adler and T. Schreiber studios, as well as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She was fortunate enough to be directed by Terry Schreiber in his Spring 2015 SUMMER AND SMOKE production.
Film credits include TINDER PEOPLE, STAR PEOPLE, GHOSTS THAT WE KNEW, and a few series including TRAGIC RELIEF and the pilot ENTER THE BOX. She is currently focusing on her feature film LA FOULE, and series THE VENUS.
In her free time, you can probably find her engaging in yoga or various forms of new age activities to stay centered in the concrete jungle, or freestyle dancing... anytime the opportunity arises! She can teach you French and likes coffee shop talk about French cinema, as well as writing children’s books that have subliminal lessons about cycles of the female psyche. Kathleen is good at helping her friends embrace their “wildish nature” by navigating this era of new age, feminist self-help in order to find their inner guide, live in their truth, and spare them from years of bad dates and hard lessons-learned. She is... less good at taking her own advice... but, hey, at least she's got stories #Venusliving! Stay tuned for more information on the Venus project!