Chalfant's recent films include Walter Salles' DARK WATER and George Wolfe's upcoming LACKAWANNA BLUES, RANDOM HEARTS, a Sydney Pollock film starring Harrison Ford; Boaz Yakin's A PRICE BELOW RUBIES, Whit Stillman's THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO, and the critically acclaimed SIDE STREETS. Other recent film work includes COMPANY MEN and THE PORNOGRAPHER.
Chalfant's television work includes her role as Laurie Solt on CBS' drama The Guardian, as well as co-starring in the Steven King mini-series Storm of the Century, The Laramie Project, Voices from the White House (PBS) and A Death in the Family (American Masterpiece Theatre/PBS). She has had recurring roles on the critically acclaimed Prince Street and One Life to Live; and guest spots on Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Spin City and New York Undercover.
In 1996, she made her Shakespearean debut in the Public Theater's Henry V as Mistress Quickly, which garnered her the 1996 Calloway Award for Best Classical Performance of the Year. Other stage credits include: Bloomer Girl at City Center Encores!, The Vagina Monologues at the West Side Arts Theater in New York and the San Francisco production, The Last Letter at Theatre for a New Audience, Savannah Bay at Classic Stage Company, True History and Real Adventures at the Vineyard Theatre, Nine Armenians at the Manhattan Theatre Club; the premiere of David Hare's new play Racing Demon at Lincoln Center, Twelve Dreams directed by James Lapine, M. Butterfly opposite John Lithgow, The Crucible as Anne Putnam, Sister Mary Ignatius... and The Party.
Kathleen Chalfant Facts
|Birth Name||Kathleen Palmer|
|Birthday||January 14, 1945 (73)|
|Birthplace||San Francisco, California, USA|
|The Laramie Project|
|The Guardian: Complete Series|
|Stephen King's Storm of the Century|
|Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight|