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Kate Guyton is an educator, performer and college administrator.
As an actress, she just filmed the role of Kelly MacNamara on the FX series, “Rescue Me” and the role of Helen on “Fringe” for FOX, and she recently maintained a recurring role on the ABC television series, “Cashmere Mafia”, playing Lucy Liu’s office assistant, “Tracy”. Other acting credits include Cyrano de Bergerac (Broadway production with Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner, aired on PBS in the “Great Performances” series), Entertaining Mr. Sloane (Roundabout Theater Production starring opposite Alec Baldwin), Glance at New York (Lincoln Center Director’s Lab), The Miser (directed by David Schweitzer at the Baltimore Center Stage), Bird in the Hand (Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference), Three Penny Opera (Pre-Broadway workshop with Alan Cumming and Edie Falco), Vanities (Penguin Repertory Theater), A Tribute to Margaret Webster (with Marian Seldes and Estelle Parsons), “Law & Order” (with Jesse Martin), “Law & Order, Criminal Intent” (with Chris Noth), “Kidnapped” (with Timothy Hutton and Dana Delaney), and “Head of State” (directed by Chris Rock, acting with Bernie Mac). Kate is a proud union member of the Actor’s Equity Association, Screen Actor’s Guild and the American Federation of Television Artists.
As an educator, Kate was recently a full-time faculty member at Collaborative Arts Project 21 (CAP21), teaching acting and business of theater to undergraduate musical theater students for NYU/ Tisch School of the Arts. Kate was the co-creator and managing director of the Industry Practicum (the senior year) for CAP21, which trains graduating seniors to work in the world of professional theater; it also introduces students to premier casting directors, agents, leading artists and industry professionals in the musical theater community.
Kate received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in musical theatre from the University of Michigan and a terminal Master of Fine Arts degree in ac
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