“I am honored to have had the privilege to coach Ms. Kathryn Browning in my class in DC. She can become any character, anywhere on a drop of a dime. Not because of me, but because she is that gifted and talented.”
New York Acting Coach John Pallotta, April 9, 2013, on Facebook
“Jacqueline (Kathryn Browning) is the stone of promiscuous scandal in this production. Her simple airs toward her husband pale by comparison to the way she flings herself about to her lover. But Browning shows her true colors when everything starts to break down, reminding us that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Even her posture goes rigid as she grows livid over the situation, and her brisk sense of revenge comes tumbling out as comedic perfection.”
DC Metro Theater Arts review of Don’t Dress for Dinner, March 2013
Kathryn Browning has more than 15 years’ professional experience in the entertainment industry, working on television dramas and comedies, corporate industrials, and mainstream commercials, both in front of and behind the camera.
She has had the luck and pleasure to work alongside some of the industry’s finest performers, including Robin Wright, Molly Parker, and Mahershala Ali, as well as with award-winning directors, such as James Foley and John David Coles.
As an actress, Kathryn is most familiarly known for playing “The Senator” in Megan Reynolds short The Monopoly Club and North Dakota Senator Ann Wallace in the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series House of Cards.
From 2000 to 2003, she also produced and directed the weekly PBS television show, Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg, a politics and policy discussion program airing nationally and focusing on the trends, conditions, and ideas behind the week’s headlines.
Kathryn Browning trains at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory in Washington, DC, and with Acting Coach Katie Killacky.
In 2015, Kathryn Browning was awarded “Favorite Performance Honors” by DC Metro Theatre Arts for her portrayal of the witch Beatrice in Scott Courlander’s play Witches for the Capital Fringe Festival.
As a television series producer, she was awarded a 2003 Platinum Telly for the two-part Think Tank episode “Irving Berlin’s America,” which aired on PBS. She has also scripted and edited corporate videos that won two 2007 Bronze Telly Awards, a 2008 Silver Galaxy Award, and a 2009 Platinum Hermes Award.