Katharine “Kat” Kramer
Katharine 'Kat" Kramer is a former Miss Golden Globe Ambassador. Kat is the Founder of "Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World," in international cinema series to showcase motion pictures and documentaries that raise awareness of important social issues. Kat is the daughter of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kramer, actress/producer Karen Sharpe-Kramer, and the Godchild/namesake of screen icon Katharine Hepburn. She has starred in four one woman shows, and debut her solo show "My Duet With Mick" for Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival. She on stage as Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker" and Anne Frank in "The Diary of Anne Frank." She starred as Estella in 'Great Expectations," "Joan of Arc" in "The Lark," and she appeared in the ensemble of 'The Vagina Monologues." Ms. Kramer served on the dais and opened the program for the Pioneer Luncheon honoring her performing idol Lily Tomlin. She received a standing ovation with a special salute musical parody called "Dear Lily Tomlin." An animal- rights advocate, Ms. Kramer re-imagined the theme song from "Bless The Beasts And Children" as an anthem for animal rescue and wildlife protection organizations. She was honored with the Compassion Award from the Braveheart Women. Kat has appeared in films such as 'Going Shopping" "What Just Happened" and "Little Fockers." She created the role of "Frances Rye" and multiple characters in the webseries "Child of the 70's." Kat won for Best Supporting Actress at the 2019 Love International Film Festival for her role as "Fran" in TURNOVER, the award-winning indie feature film which is streaming on Amazon Prime. She co-stars as "Michelle" in the award-winning dramatic short film "Mother's Day Memories." Kat plays Beverly in the acclaimed short "Fate's Shadow." A Rolling Stones afficianado, Kat recorded an album of Mick Jagger cover songs titled GEMSTONE. Kat is on the Board of Directors of the Hollywood Media Professionals,and she's a founding board member of the Palm Springs International Comedy Festival. Kat serves on the advisory boards of the LA Press Club, and Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival.
"Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World" is a unique cinema series showcasing socially-conscious films and documentaries. Kat Kramer established the "Hunt For Humanity Award" which is given to an actorvist who uses their voice to fight for human rights and animal advocacy and environmental justice. The 10th Anniversary will continue with the #SHEROESFORCHANGE mini-film festival and additional #SHERO Award. Ms. Kramer is creating an outreach program called "New Voices For Change" to present original screenplays and theatrical works exploring social issue subjects with an emphasis on global impact, diversity and inclusion.
Please visit www.KatharineKramer.com and www.KatKramersFilmsThatChangeTheWorld.com