Catherine is a Broadway veteran and international actress, concert/cabaret artist who hails from Los Angeles and now makes her home in New York City. Catherine began her career at the age of 14 on The Smother’s Brothers television show, and made her Broadway debut in “Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?” Catherine performed in “The Christmas Spectacular,” at Radio City Music Hall, and was a featured vocalist in the Radio City Music Hall production of “America.” She starred opposite Anjelica Huston in the L.A. production of “Tamara,” and she was in the Broadway national tours of “CATS,” and “Beauty and the Beast.” She portrayed Eva Peron in the L.A. production of “Evita,” for which she received a Drama Logue critic’s award. She has portrayed Mary Todd Lincoln in “Civil War Voices” at The Midtown International Theater Festival, and The York Theater play reading series in New York City. As a company member of The Hippodrome Theater of Gainesville, Florida, she has performed in “The Great American Trailer Park Musical”, “The Winter Wonderettes”, and most recently in the play “Becky’s New Car.” Catherine is on the advisory board of Central Alabama Theater where she debuted her cabaret show, “Judy Calls: The Music and Humor of Judy Garland. Catherine has starred in two productions of the jukebox musical “The Bikinis”, at Central Alabama Theater, and at The Hippodrome Theater, FL. She was recently nominated for a Broadway World award for BEST ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL for her work in “Razorhurst”: A New Musical, the story of two female Australian crime bosses. (Luna Stage, NJ) She has performed in cabarets such as The Duplex, NYC, The Hollywood Cinegrill, The Gardenia, The Rose Tattoo, and The Cigar Room (L.A). Catherine has toured So. Florida with her own act, and a self-contained act on Holland America Cruise Line.