|Date of Birth||20 April 1937, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA|
|Birth Name||Elaine Katherine Kerr|
Mini Bio (1)
E. Katherine Kerr is the inspired and inspiring actor, teacher, author, and director. In addition to her many screen roles, as an actor her Broadway credits include the ground-breaking, Pulitzer Prize-winning "No Place to Be Somebody," written and directed by Charles Gordone; Night Watch (1973) by Lucille Fletcher, directed by Fred Coe; "Mert & Phil" directed by Joseph Papp; and "Passion" by Peter Nichols. Also as an actor, Kerr's Off-Broadway credits include The Trojan Women (1971) by Euripides, translated by Edith Hamilton, directed by Mihalis Kakogiannis; "Cloud 9" by Caryl Churchill, directed by Tommy Tune; "Laughing Wild" written by Christopher Durang for Kerr and himself; and Love Letters (1999) by A.R. Gurney. Her other credits as an actor include the national tour of "The Gingerbread Lady" by Neil Simon, starring Maureen Stapleton. As an author, her works include the plays "Intelejunt Dezyne" ("The God Play") and "Juno's Swans", and the highly esteemed, life-changing "The Four Principles: A Guide for Living From Authentic Acting." When not acting, writing, and directing, Kerr teaches privately in New York City and Connecticut.
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