Kat Green

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Kat Green
Born Kathryn Greenblatt
Occupation Actress, composer, producer, writer
Years active 1988–present
Known for The Fantastic Four

Kat Green born as Kathryn Greenblatt is an American actress, composer, producer and writer. She's best known for being the first woman to play Marvel Comics' Alicia Masters in The Fantastic Four in 1994, directed by Oley Sassone and co-produced by Roger Corman.

Career[edit]

Kathryn Greenblatt tried her hand at acting beginning in 1988 by shortening her name down to Kate Green and then to Kat Green, but she soon stopped by 1994. Even so she has still continued to work on as a composer, producer and sometimes a writer for various television series and a few movies as a supervisor.

Her composer and producer credits include; Nearlyweds, A TV Movie in 2013, 1 episode of CBS Schoolbreak Special which also guest starred in, a mini-series called Hotel Room as a production assistant for 1 episode, helping with the music composing for 5 episodes of Disney's American Dragon: Jake Long and the movie Pucked from 2006 which starred Jon Bon Jovi.

She also did some more soundtrack work on a reality show called Born to Drive, another film called Nonames as well as Catch That Kid, Intoxicating, Clover Bend, She's All That with Freddie Prinze Jr., and Chuck & Buck.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Nearlyweds Executive Producer Hallmark Channel
1988 & 1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special Customer & Blanche 2 episodes
1993 Dying to Remember Mary Ann Emerson
1994 Hits! Extra Terrestrial
1994 The Fantastic Four Alicia Masters
2014 Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman's The Fantastic Four Herself (Documentary) (post-production)

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