Katie Comer


Katie (KT) E.N. Comer

Address: 94 Paramount Court, 41 University St, London WC1E 6JW

Contact: Mobile phone: +44 (0) 7881 504070

Residence: +44 (0) 207 388 0092


Nationality: British/Australian

Qualifications: N.A.D.A,Sydney,Australia. Associate Diploma in Acting.

Manchester University. BA (hons) degree in Drama and Comparative Religion.

3’A’levels: English Literature, History and Religious Studies.


T.E.F.L.(teaching English as a foreign language).

P.A.D.I.Open water diving.

L.A.M.D.A.Drama Gold Medal.

Grade 5, music theory.

Gold, silver and bronze, Duke of Edinburgh awards.

Grade 5 ballet,tap, modern and national dancing.

Driving license (clean).

Recent work:

2000. Acting – Film and television;

.The girlfriend in ‘Low life’, a short produced by Dan Dickenson. Directed by Jo Tanner.

.Stephanie in ‘Pink Dreams’, a short by Frank films productions. Co-directed by Maria Apps and Catherine Murphy.

.Lead lady in ‘Is this your Friday night?’ a short by Wildman productions. Directed by Johnathon Wildman.

‘Amazonian’ in ‘Fuel,’ a short produced by Jump Monk films. Directed by Rachel Tillotson.

Fringe Theatre:

Lady Macbeth in Macbeth – S.Sydney dramatic arts club.

Headmaster in ‘Our day out’ by Willy Russell-New South Wales theatrical society.

Drama workshops and classes:e.g;’Act-up’ with Alison Chard and Frazer Macdonald.

TV and film ‘walk-on’ roles,e.g.Rimmel mascara TVcommercial.


Weekly with GTV.View

Flashtv: no1211, to view my ‘utterly nutterly’ show.

Reportage at Womad and the Great Green Gathering festivals with a crew member of the Discovery channel, (interest from aptureTV).

Leaving on the 15th December to present a documentary on snowboarding in the

Pyrenees and Atlas mountains, and sandboarding in the Moroccan Sahara sponsored by Rapture T.V.

1999 Mission Impossible 2 and Lord of the Rings- minor roles.

Galaxy Dove chocolate, Cleo magazine and Lexus cars TVcommercials- Australia.

‘The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World’ documentary, sponsored by the Scandinavian, production company Cloud 9.

Model/muse for Jason Brooke’s painting ‘Katie’-winner of the Natwest prize.

1998: Associate Diploma in acting from the National Academy of Dramatic Art, Sydney.

Roles included Desdemona (Othello), Viola (Twelth Night), Eddie in the ‘Blood Brothers’ by Willy Russell and Blanche in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ by Tennesse Williams.


My degree included a wide range of subjects giving me an insight into many different creeds and cultures, whilst being able to pursue my ambition and passion in the performing arts, in particular acting, presenting and writing. On graduation I was scouted as a model and my success in this industry has enabled me to travel world-wide and pursue these ambitions. I have also been a seasonal crew member on a private yacht around the Mediterranean, documenting the remains of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. I have taught English, drama, sports and circus skills to children globally from Atlanta, U.S.A to Calcutta, India. I collaborated in a permaculture programme in Byron Bay, Australia, and wrote my first collection of short stories, ‘How to make it with Women’ as a Film Director’ on the island of Tavewa in Fiji. As a student I had a part-time job in a juggling shop (‘Mushy Pea’), teaching a wide range of people ( from toddlers to the disabled) to juggle and learn basic circus skills-I can juggle 5 balls and fire.


As seen above, I am passionate about all aspects of performing arts, travel, anthropology and adventure. I am also a keen sports woman, especially running (won the Sicilian half-marathon November 1999), swimming, tennis and yoga. I love to dance and am also a member of the Musicians Union.


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