Kat Nardizzi • Actor
Kat is an actor and singer living in NYC. Born in Los Angeles, she spent most of her childhood growing up in a handful of states across the south. Kat got her first taste of acting at age 5 when she was cast as Dot the Cow in The Little Red Hen and has loved performing ever since. During and after high school, she performed and interned with the Broadway Dreams Foundation helping organize and run week-long performing arts intensives across the country alongside Broadway professionals such as Gavin Creel, Eden Espinosa, Billy Porter, and Tituss Burgess. She received her BFA in Acting from Elon University and has lived in New York for over a decade. After a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Kat made her Off-Broadway debut in Lighthouse: An Immersive Drinking Musical at the Soho Playhouse. Some of her favorite New York Theater credits include Pocketmon: A Parody Musical, Attempts On Her Life, and The Vagina Monologues. As an Artistic Associate of JMTC Theatre, Kat has played in a handful of lead roles in Suzanne Bachner’s plays: the sexy comedy CIRCLE at the 2020 APAP Conference, a virtual presentation of Birthday for the National Association for Adoptees & Parents, and a virtual reading of Conversations with My Divorce Attorney which ran on Broadway On Demand. Most recently, Kat performed Suzanne’s Multi-Award Winning Solo Show, The Good Adoptee, in NYC at the Kraine Theater. When not in rehearsal or working, Kat loves to lift heavy things and make videos about bisexuality, makeup, and mental health on Instagram and TikTok (follow her on both: @katnardizzi). She currently lives in Manhattan with her two pups—Winnie and Bowie.
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