Katie Peabody is an actor and producer from Seattle living in Los Angeles. She is passionate about telling stories to explore and deepen the human experience and can be found acting and producing toward that goal.
Katie works regularly as an actor and has appeared in the feature films, Lear’s Shadow, Eminence Hill, Straight On Till Morning, Krampus: Origins, the album videos, Blue Room, Dizzy and Evermore, the short films, Watermark, Anniversary, See You Later, The Lake, Natural Disasters, Everyone Agrees, Isolation, and others. For Katie's performance in Watermark, she was awarded Best Actress by the Borrego Springs Film Festival and the Alternative Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Actress in a Feature/Featurette at the Southern States Indie Fan Film Festival, Best Actress from the Rendezvous Film Festival and Best Actor from the Swindon Independent Film Festival. Katie’s performance work has been screened at over 50 film festivals around the world.
Katie’s recent live performances include: Everyone Agrees It’s About to Explode, Creep LA: AWAKE, In Another Room (Los Angeles run and Overlook Film Festival run), Delusion: Reaper's Remorse, The Game (Overlook Film Festival, 2019), Lear's Shadow, A Piece of My Heart, Shakespeare’s Sonnets, and Rose Queen. She performs regularly with E3W Productions and the California Shakespeare Company. Katie is interested in working on collaborative, immersive, and devised work as well as scripted material.
Katie works for Eleven Arts Studios as their Creative Producer and has associate produced the films Prisoners of the Ghostland (Sundance 2021) and Gift of Fire (NHK Japan), as well as shows for ABC and SONY.
Katie attended the University of Southern California where she graduated from the School of Dramatic Arts with a Bachelor’s Degree in Acting. At USC, Katie was awarded the school’s two most reputable acting awards. She was the female recipient of the James and Nancy Doolittle Award for Best Cumulative Theatrical Work, a faculty chosen scholarship awarded to the acting student whose work over their four years at USC shows the greatest artistic accomplishment. Katie was also awarded the Ruth and Albert McKinlay Award for the faculty selected Outstanding Performer of the Year.
Stories are how we understand our history, our selves and our future.
James and Nancy Doolittle Award for
Best Cumulative Theatrical Work
This award from University of Southern California is a faculty awarded scholarship given to the acting student whose work over her four years at USC shows the greatest artistic accomplishment.
Ruth and Albert McKinlay Award for Best Performance