Netflix Movies Starring Kathryn Stockwood

Kathryn Stockwood is a story editor, writer, producer, director, and actor. She was born in Toronto, Canada to a Latvian mother and English-Canadian father, and started her official theatre training while studying English at McGill University. Kathryn went on to receive her Master in Fine Arts at UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television. On the stage, Kathryn has worked with luminary Broadway director, Michael Langham, who helmed the Stratford Festival of Canada, Minneapolis' Guthrie Theatre, the Julliard School of Theatre, and the Dallas Theatre Centre. She recieved accolades for her portrayal of "Ofelia" in the award-winning production of "Hamlet: The First Quarto," at the Theatre of Note in Los Angeles, and is featured in Arden Shakespeare's definitive publication of the work: "Hamlet: The Texts of 1603 and 1623" (2007). Her best-known film role is "Patty" in Touchstone Pictures' "Sorority Boys. Read more on iMDB