Kathryn Greenwood

 
Kathryn Greenwood

Kathryn Greenwood

Kathryn Greenwood has enjoyed sold out houses across the globe as co-creator/writer/performer of the critically acclaimed stage show Women Fully Clothed. On television she starred as Grace Bailey on Sullivan Production’s Wind at My Back and had the good fortune to be a recurring guest on ABC’s Whose Line Is It Anyway? and the CBC’s The Mercer Report,This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Ron James Show and The Royal Canadian Air Farce. In addition, she has enjoyed being an ensemble member of the comedy series Listen Missy, The Broadside and Not To Be Repeated. On stage she starred with Kiefer Sutherland in The Glass Menagerie at the Royal Alexander Theatre in Toronto, and the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.  She played “The Second Mrs. Panofsky” on the CBC radio adaptation of Mordecai Richler’s Barney’s Version. Kathryn’s film highlights include Disney’s Switching Goals with Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Frenemies, Miguel Arteta’s Lucky Peach, the BBC’s I Was a Rat, John Candy’s Hostage For A Day and The Man with Eugene Levy. Kathyrn was the first winner of The Canadian Comedy Award for Female Improvisor of the Year. She won a Dora Mavor Moore Award for her work with The Second City, where she spent 5 years writing and performing.