Kathryn MacLellan's acting career stemmed from her life as a competitive ice-dancer. She began her training as an actress at the Lee Strasberg Theatre in Los Angeles. On her return to Halifax, Kathryn's theatre credits began to accumulate with performances in Westside Story, Cabaret, and the national tour of Don Messer's Jubilee. Over the years Kathryn's career in film and television has flourished. Since her command performance as a lead in Meet The Navy for the CBC Kathryn has worked steadily. Her talent has landed her roles in various movies of the week, such as Catch A Falling Star (CBS), Blessed Stranger (CTV), and The Christmas Shoes, which will air this fall on CBS. Kathryn has also just finished shooting A Guy & A Girl for Filmworks, which premieres on The Women's Network. Kathryn will be guest starring in the new series Quilts written and directed by Brian Heighton for CBC. When she is not performing Kathryn continues to choreograph for ice skaters from Halifax to Vancouver.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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