Kate McGrath
Kate, born in Port Jefferson, NY, is an actor and writer for Feenix Films LLC, as
well as the company's Business Director since early 2009.  After graduating
from SUNY Oswego in 2001 having studied Theatre and Business, Kate moved
to NY in February 2002 to pursue what would be years of torture and pain in the
acting biz.  Her big break came when she got to slap Horatio Sanz in an
under-five line sketch on Saturday Night Live.  From there, the hits kept comin'.

Kate studied at New York University, School for Film and Television, Larry
Silverberg, The Barrow Group, Bova Actors Studio with Anthony Vincent Bova
and Eric and Susanna Morris, Charles Goforth from the LAByrinth Theatre and
Black Nexxus Studio with Susan Batson and Carl Ford.  Theater credits include
MotherLove at Creative Artists Lab, The Last Resort at Chashama Theatre,
Sustaining at Manhattan Theatre Source, I'm Just Sayin with Trip NYC, The Blue
Room at Black Nexxus Studios and Stops (Along the Road) at Theater for the
New City.  Film work includes Superstar Talent, The Sonnet Project, Running
Time (written and produced by Kate), Feenix Films' Lock-Load-Love and Nicky
Newark.  Kate wrote and co-starred in Feenix's production of Dealer, a short
entitled The Basement, and 2016's feature Clandestine.

You can also find her drumming, reading like a big nerd, and art collecting.  
Feenix Films credits


"Nicky Newark"
-Connie MacStevenson

"The Basement"



-Julia Goodhill

"Nicky Newark"
-Executive Producer

"The Basement"

-Writer, Producer

-Writer, Producer
Business Director
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