Actor

AWARDS

Kate received one of two Emerging Artist grants by the Theater Hall of Fame at their annual luncheon at The Friars Club in NYC. Estelle Parsons presented Kate with the award at a luncheon honoring Theater Hall of Fame inductee, Susan Stroman and her remarkable body of work. Gabriel Lawerence was also honored by Dana Ivey as a 2018 Fellow. (Pictured above are Beau Gravitte, Estelle Parsons, Ellen Burstyn, Kate Taney Billingsley and Michael Billingsley).

(pictured above: Kate T. Billingsley, Susan Stroman, Gabriel Lawerence (2018 THF Fellow), and Debra Monk)

Kate won Best Actress at The North American Film Awards for her performance in ‘First Anniversary’ directed by, James Huang and co-starring Keith Chandler. (2016)

ON CAMERA WORK

WHITE FATIGUE, by Bezachin Tadess Jifar, directed by Jennifer Bradford, assistant directed by Makenna Masenheimer with Utopia Theater Project (2020)

BOOK CLUB, by Liana Jackson, directed by Gerald James, a play for Zoom, workshopped with The Actors Studio (2020)

HENRY, by Christina Hart, directed by Todd Felderstein, a play for Zoom, workshopped with The Actors Studio (2020)

V.E.I.L, directed by Michael Wolfe (2019)

American Falls, directed by Toni Comas (2017)

Olion, directed by Ryan Balock (2016)

A Simple Gift, written by T. Cat Ford (2016)

First Anniversary, directed by James Huang (2016)

Locals, directed by Andrina Wekontash (2014)

The Artist and The Olympian, directed by Adam Scheiner (2014)

Hercules in Paradise, directed by Billy Barber (2014)

Viti, directed by Dustin Bancroft (2012)

Your Welcome, developed by Kate Taney Billingsley and Hannah Elizabeth Pierce (2011)

Three Digs and a Puss, directed by Kristine Lorefice (2009)

Cadillac City, directed by Kristine Lorefice (2007)

Kiki: A Childhood Dream, directed by Kristine Lorefice (2007)


ON STAGE

Sylvia in Barefoot by Kate Taney Billingsley & Thomas G. Waites at The Gene Frankel



Yelena in Uncle Vanya at the Actors Studio, directed by Estelle Parsons (2018)

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Lady Macbeth in Macbeth by William Shakespeare at Frog and Peach Theatre Company (2017)


The Beautiful Woman in The Places You’ll Go by Hila Ben Gera (2014)

The Places You’ll Go from Samovar Film Productions on Vimeo.


Lula in Dutchman by LeRoi Jones, directed by Ted Watts at The Actors Studio Drama School (2014)

(Pictured below with actor Devin Tillman)

H.O.P.E. directed by Graham Brown (2011)

WIGSHOP directed by Amber Martin (2008)