Kat Coiro

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Kat Coiro, is an award-winning American film director, writer, producer and commercial director. [1]



  • "Wig Shop" (writer, director, producer), 2016 short film starring Emily Mortimer.
  • Departure Date for Virgin Airlines, (writer, director) 2013 short, branded entertainment film which stars Emmy-nominee Ben Feldman and was the first film shot at 35,000 feet.


  • "Untitled Kat Coiro" (2016) For ABC based on growing up above a Haitian Restaurant in Miami Beach. [2]
  • "Splitting the Difference" (2015) For ABC based on Tre Miller Rodriguez's memoir. [3]
  • "Slouching Towards Adulthood (2014) For NBC based on Sally Koslow's Book. [4]

Coiro attended Carnegie Mellon University and the Moscow Art Theater for history, theater and directing. Coiro studied briefly as a fellow at the American Film Institute Conservatory.

Personal life[edit]

Coiro is married to actor Rhys Coiro; they have three children.


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