Kathryn Browning

Stage/Filmography

FILM (Partial List)
Friends of Rome (Feature, pre-prod.) – Mrs. Blackwell (Supporting) – Daga Productions, Inc. 2016
The Book of Birdie (Feature, post-prod.) – The Grandmother (Supporting) – Melancholy Star-London 2016
Anna and Thomas (Short, post-prod.) – Be a (Supporting) – Summer Light Productions 2016
The Goblin Baby (Short) – June (Supporting) – Shoshana Rosenbaum 2014
The Monopoly Club (Short) – The Senator (Co-Lead) – Breaking Glass Media 2013
The Louder the Better, or Max Cotton’s Climb to the Top (Short, Faculty Honors, Columbia University) – Carol Winstead (Supporting) – Master’s Thesis, Michael Toscano 2012
Commitment (Cannes IFF Short Film Corner) – Special Justice Helen Rider (Supporting) – TS Worldwide 2012
The Story of Bella (Short) – Bella (Lead) – IndieGo Blue Studio 2012
Clear and Sunny Skies (Short) – Beverly Porter (Co-Lead) – Silent Code Features 2011
Deadline (Short) – The Voice (Voice) – BlueLeaf DigiFilms 2011
The Golden Plate (Short) – Detective Stone (Supporting) – Merge Films 2010
A Beautiful Love (Short) – Anna (Supporting) – Stevenson University, Gabrielle Capobianco 2010
TELEVISION/EPISODIC (Partial List)  
House of Cards, Netflix
         Season 3 (Ep. 28) – Sen. Ann Wallace (Co-star) – KTK Productions/John David Coles 2015
          Season 2 (Ep. 26) – Congresswoman (Co-star) – KTK Productions/James Foley 2014
          Season 2 (Ep. 17) – Congresswoman (Co-star) – KTK Productions/James Foley 2014
          Season 1 (Ep. 12) – Congresswoman (uncredited) – KTK Productions 2013
CapSouth, Season 1 – Congresswoman Gracie Todd Englewright (Series Regular) – Tragedy + Time Productions 2013
          Potomac Triage, Ep. 2 
          Naming a Post Office, Ep. 5
          Capitol Circus, Ep. 7 
          Corn Maze, Ep. 10 
          Farewell Gracie, Ep. 11 
Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden – Jill Davis (Co-star) – 20/20 Productions/Koldcast TV
            Creepy Treehouse Effect, Ep. 4.5 2011
            Escape to Candyland, Ep. 3.3 2010
Capitol South (Pilot) Delilah Jones (Star) – Tragedy + Time Productions 2011
North Korea, Nuclear Threat – Narrator – PBS 2004
Financial Literacy in America – Narrator – PBS
2003
Policy Watch with Doug Besharov – Narrator – UMD-TV 
2003/2004

THEATRE
Witches by Scott Courlander, Beatrice (DCMTA Honors), Capital Fringe Festival 2015
The Illusionist by Laurence Peters, Barbara Goldsmith, The British Players 2014
Post Mortem by Noel Coward, Lady Stagg-Mortimer, Arcturus Theater Company 2014
Don’t Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti, Jacqueline, The British Players 2013
J.B. by Archibald MacLeish, Mrs. Lesure, American Century Theater 2012
Cause Célèbre by Terence Rattigan, Stella Morrison, The British Players 2012
INDUSTRIAL
Autopilot, National Transportation Safety Board – Flight Attendant (Principal)
2011
No Reservations, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Grace (Principal) 2011
What’s in Store, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security – Phyllis Griffin (Principal) 2010
Modern Agriculture, Croplife America – Narrator (Principal) 2010
Culture of Collaboration, Defense Finance & Accounting Service – Narrator 2009
Legendary Leaders, Associated Builders and Contractors – Narrator
2009
Centennial, Recreational Vehicle Industries Assn. – Narrator 2009
At the Expo, Fannie Mae – Lawyer (Principal) 2008
One Voice, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – On-Camera Narrator 2008

PRODUCTION
Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg, Series Producer/Director, New River Media, PBS 2001-2004
COMMERCIALS/VOICEOVERS
Since 2003, have voiced opening credits and roll-ins for PBS and UMD-TV series and specials, including Think Tank; Moneywise; Wine, Food & Friends; North Korea, Nuclear Threat; Policy Watch; and Financial Literacy in America, as well as dozens of conference and training videos for national associations and federal agencies.  Have also voiced conference VOG and commercials for radio, a list of which is available on request.
APPEARANCES
Lights, Camera, Action – Allison Howard, host – Arlington Independent Media 2013
Kathryn Browning Resume