Emmy® Nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Digital Drama Series, and winner of seven Best Actress awards, the beautiful and talented Kathleen Gati was born and raised in Canada by Hungarian immigrants and was brought up in an artistic environment. She started acting at the age of three, wrote, directed and starred in her first play at the age of eight. After high school, she moved to New York to pursue her dream, where she studied and performed in dozens of plays both on and Off Broadway, as well as working in numerous roles on television and in film.
Of late, Kathleen has received acclaim as the stewardess on AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462, for her role as Dr. Liesl Obrecht, Chief of Staff of ABC’s General Hospital, and as the CEO on BET’s hit series Being Mary Jane. Kathleen co-stars alongside Christy Carlson Romano, George Stults and Barry Livingston in Christmas With the Andersons premiering Saturday, December 10 on ION (6:00 pm). We recently had the opportunity to chat with the fabulous Kathleen Gati and learn more about her!
1. What is your favorite word? Yes.
2. What is your favorite color? Red.
3. What is your favorite city? Budapest, Hungary.
4. What is your favorite season? Spring.
5. What is your astrological sign? Leo.
6. Who has been the most positive influence on your life? My mother.
7. What trait do you find most attractive in other people? Kindness.
8. What is something most people don’t know about you (Hobby, Favorite TV Series you never miss or Film you have seen many times or Secret Talent)? I had a bakery and a restaurant in Europe…I make a mean cookie!
9. What inspires you creatively? Music.
10. What is your favorite swear word? F***!
11. What sound do you love? My husband saying “YUM” after taking a bite of something I made him.
12. What is your favorite food? Peanut butter.
13. What is your favorite beverage? Earl Grey tea.
14. What was career plan B? Same as plan A!
15. What would you like to hear the Angels say when you arrive at home on the other side: You did your job well and helped people laugh a little and forget their problems for a bit.