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Kate Stewart had her feature film debut in 2006 playing Tom Sizemore's wife in the mixed martial arts film "No Rules". In addition to shooting the head off a zombie child in the short film, "M Is For Mom", her film roles include; "Ball Don't Lie", "Hollywood Believed", "The Wages of Sin is Death", "Rice Girl" and the short film "Eugene".

Recently she starred as the perky waitress who gets attacked by a crazed goat in the first 2 of 4 Mountain Dew Commercials. Adweek called the initial spot, the "best ad of the year". She's acted in various other commercials, including those for Kellogg's Heart Smart Cereal, eHarmony, Allergan Pharmaceuticals, Foodsaver Storage Products, HD Sunglasses, Nail Buddy, and PNC Bank.

Kate appears in episodes of Loiter Squad, Operation Repo, Beverly Hills Pawn, Discovery Channel's "Solved", "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant", OWN Channel's "The Customer Is Always Right", and music videos for the band Fanfarlo and guitarist/singer Ritchie Kotzen .

Her extensive improv experience helped her land comedic roles in several webisode series including "The Misadventures of Clayton Thomas", "Milk + Honey", and "Global Navigator".

Perhaps best known as a sultry and talented vocalist, Kate started singing in clubs with bands at 16 with a fake ID, lettered in music in high school, and put herself through college by singing and dancing in New England's varied theaters and nightclubs.

In addition to performing with her own jazz band, The K8 Stewart Experience; she has performed in venues across the United States, fronting other bands including The Dry Martini Orchestra, Love Patrol, CIN and X-OT-X. These bands included members of The Ray Charles Orchestra, Spirit, Liza Minelli's Orchestra, The Tony Bennett Band, The Boxtops, The Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra, The Solomon Burke Band, Charlie Haden's Liberation Jazz Orchestra, Billy Higgins Quartet and The Michael Barasamonta Jazz Ensemble.

In 2006, The K8 Stewart Experience released the CD, "They All Come Back" which was co-produced with pianist Jamieson Trotter and Tony Ferguson of A&M Records. It was greeted with glowing reviews and found airplay on jazz stations in the US, Canada, and Belgium.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: ~Tarquin Productions

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