Kathy-Ann Hart recently returned to performing on
film, stage and television. She began performing as
a child in the island of her birth - Trinidad, where she
won prizes on the television show Twelve and Under
for her dramatic performances of narrative poetry.
If anyone finds footage of her in the poofy dress her
mother made her wear, they should refer to the last
sentence of this biography. She went on to perform
in other national arenas, once opening for a national
celebrity at a concert on Independence Day.
Her first foray back to performing was when she
worked in the award-winning ensemble show - Cry
Innocent: The People vs. Bridget Bishop! Since then,
she's had lead and supporting roles in major film and
on television as well as Principal roles in nationally
running commercials. She sometimes admits that she
attended Harvard Law School and practiced law for 7
years. She was a corporate lawyer with the white shoe
law firm Ropes & Gray representing clients in multibillion
dollar transactions and she is exceedingly proud
of her work litigating matters on behalf of HIV+ clients
at the esteemed nonprofit AIDS Action Committee.
When she’s not performing, you can find her in a yoga
studio, on a bike in Spin class or dancing in Zumba…
although maybe she’s performing there too… An
accomplished boxer, she discourages folks from being
fooled by her sweet demeanor.
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