Kristina Klebe

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Kristina Klebe
Kristina Klebe 2014.jpg
Klebe at Spooky Empire 2014
Born Kristina Klebe
June 18, 1979 (37)
New York, New York
Other names Ksquare
Wolf Kitten

Kristina Klebe[1] is an American actress.[2]


Born in New York City, Kristina Klebe (pronounced "Kleeb") spent much time overseas with her family in Germany, France and Italy. With an ability to speak all of the above languages due to her European heritage, she jokes she sometimes cannot decide whether she feels more European or more like a New Yorker. Kristina went to high school in New York City and graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude with a major in Politics and a minor in Theater/Film. She gave up being a competitive equestrian for a more complete immersion in theater in her teens. Kristina attended the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT and attended the prestigious NYU Grad Film Program at Tisch School of the Arts in NYC.

Her acting career began on several noteworthy off- Broadway stages. Ranging from characters such as Juliet in "Romeo & Juliet," Beatrice in "The Servant of Two Masters," Dorimene in "The Bourgeois Gentleman," Mary in "On The Verge," and Jill in "The Big Funk," she has worked at Soho Rep, The Public Theater, NY Theater Workshop, 59E59, The Jean Cocteau Repertory and the Underwood Theater in NYC. Her first foray into acting, however, was when she was 7 and she and her best friend would write musical sketches and perform them for an admiring parental audience.

Although Klebe cherishes the art of acting as her true passion, she also freelances as a videographer and is working on her own documentary. She is also currently attending the highly esteemed Grad Film Program at NYU. She is the co-creator of the web series "FRICK" which has been getting great buzz from tastemakers in that emerging medium. On the side, she has been working with a charity called French-American Aid for Children for over 10 years while also acting as a volunteer and foster parent at Best Friends Animal Society and Much Love Animal Rescue. Her other hobbies include horseback riding, diving (she is a rescue diver), writing poetry, traveling, and listening to music.



Year Title Role Notes
2016 Her Dark Past Detective Martin TV film
2016 Don't Kill It Agent Evelyn Pierce
2015 Dementia Michelle
2015 The Devil's Carnival: Alleluia! Geraldine
2015 Police State Katie
2015 Slay Belles Alexi
2015 Tales of Halloween Detective McNally[3]
2014 "Free Fall Pam
2014 Kafka's Der Bau or The Burrow Frau von Franz
2014 Mamula Kelly aka Nymph (Europe) / Killer Mermaid (USA)
2013 Proxy Anika Barön
2013 The Advocate Allyson
2013 Bela Kiss: Prologue Julia
2011 6 Month Rule Reese
2011 Chillerama Eva Braun in the segment "The Diary of Anne Frankenstein"
2012 Desperate Endeavors Lambchop
Breadcrumbs Deputy Neilson
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 Motion Comic Rowena
2010 Na Zdorov 'ya! Nadya short
2009 American Primitive Eliza Cauldicott
2009 Zone of the Dead Mina Milius
2009 Peter and Vandy Michelle
2008 Public Interest Rita LaMontaine
Love Valerie short
2008 The Accidental Husband Katerina Bollenbecker
To Be Continued Sarah
2007 Halloween Lynda Van Der Klok
Blink Sandra Miller short
2006 Delirious Nurse Kris
2004 She Hate Me Ruth Lacey
2003 The Other Shoe Actress


Year Title Role No. of episodes
2015 Agent X Zoya 2 episodes
2014 The Following Carla 2 episodes
2013 Real Husbands of Hollywood Anka Guttenstuf 1 episode
2009 Criminal Minds Miranda Jakar 1 episode
2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Marga Janssen 1 episode
2005 Law & Order Jill Dupree 1 episode
Rescue Me Mickey's girlfriend 3 episodes
2004 St. Angela Mel Davenport 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Rise of Nightmares Mary (voice) English version
2017 Friday the 13th: The Game Jenny Myers (voice)


External links[edit]