Katie is originally from Sutton Coldfield and trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama.

She spent 3 years in the West End playing various roles, including Eponine in ‘Les Miserables’ (Palace Theatre), Florinda in ‘La Cava’ (Picadilly Theatre) and Izz Huet in ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ (Savoy Theatre).

She was a member of the National Youth Music Theatre and spent 3 years at the Edinburgh Festival, where she won a Fringe 1st for her role as Ice Queen, and her choreography.

Katie played the role of Carrie in ITV’s drama ‘Single’. She has appeared in several commercials including one for Wrigleys where her co-star was a dog who played a mans ‘dog breath!’
It was notoriously banned!

Katie also appeared at the Birmingham Rep in The Wizard of Oz playing various roles, including ‘Chief Munchkin.’

Katie is involved with Opus Theatre Company, and recently played the role of Mrs Spatchcock in House of Pain at The Lichfield Garrick Theatre.

She appeared in the Les Miserables 25th Anniversary concert at the O2, and was delighted to be asked to perform at The Royal Variety Performance 2010 at The Palladium Theatre. Her involvement with Les Miserables continues with the televised performance of The Classical Brit awards at The Royal Albert Hall, May 2011.