KATE BURTON's recent film roles include Josh Radnor's LIBERAL ARTS; 2 DAYS IN NEW YORK from
writer/director Julie Delpy; Danny Boyle's 127 HOURS with James Franco and the
indie PUNCTURE with Chris Evans. Past film roles include: Remember Me (Alan
Coulter), Max Payne (John Moore), What Just Happened (Barry Levinson), Celebrity
(Woody Allen), The Ice Storm (Ang Lee), First Wives Club (Hugh Wilson), August
(Anthony Hopkins), Big Trouble in Little China (John Carpenter), Unfaithful
(Adrian Lynne), Swimfan (John Polson), Stay (Marc Forester), Sherrybaby (Laurie
Collyer), Quid Pro Quo (Carlos Brooks), Upcoming roles include BAREFOOT with
Evan Rachel Wood, and MARIACHI GRINGO.
Television audiences can see Kate recur in the latest Shonda Rhimes ABC series
SCANDAL and in the JJ Abrams-produced NBC series REVOLUTION, in addition to her
recurring roles on the CBS hit drama THE GOOD WIFE and the HBO series VEEP with
Julia Louis Dreyfuss. Past recurring roles also include the NBC series Grimm,
Grey's Anatomy (2 Emmy Nominations) The Practice, Law & Order and Rescue Me.
Recent television guest star roles include Law & Order SVU, The Closer, The West
Wing, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, 100 Centre St., and Notes For My Daughter
(Emmy award). Kate appeared in HBO's Empire Falls, Lifetime's Obsessed, Ellen
Foster and Alice and Wonderland (PBS).
On stage, Kate recently starred in Tom Stoppard's HAPGOOD at the Williamstown
Theatre Festival. In addition this year, she featured in a revival of Rodgers
and Hammerstein's CAROUSEL with the New York Philharmonic also airing on PBS.
She has also starred in the new A.R. Gurney play The Grand Manner at Lincoln
Center Theatre, playing the legendary Katherine Cornell. Previous theatre
credits include the Tony Award winning musical Spring Awakening, the Williamston
production of The Corn is Green directed by Nicholas Martin, starring opposite
her son, Morgan Ritchie, and the City Center revival of Applause with Christine
Ebersole. Kate was Tony nominated as the title character in The Constant Wife
for the Roundabout Theatre, directed by Mark Brokaw and starred in The Water's
Edge opposite Tony Goldwyn at the Second Stage Theatre. She appeared as Olga in
the critically acclaimed West End production of Three Sisters with Kristen Scott
Thomas, directed by Michael Blakemoore. Kate received 2 Tony nominations in 2002
on Broadway for her title role in Hedda Gabler, directed by Nicholas Martin, and
for the role of Mrs. Kendall in The Elephant Man, directed by Sean Mathias. Kate
has also starred on Broadway in The Beauty Queen of Leenane (also UK/Ireland
tour), An American Daughter, Jake's Women, Wild Honey, Company, Doonesbury,
Alice in Wonderland, Some Americans Abroad (Drama Desk nomination) and Present
Laughter (Theater World Award). She has appeared for thirteen seasons at
Williamstown Theatre Festival.