George Katt

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George Katt
  
Born (1975-02-27) February 27, 1975 (age 46)
New York City, NY, USA
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States
Alma materMarymount Manhattan College
OccupationActor
Awards
  • Best Breakthrough Actor (2008)
  • Best Supporting Actor (2012)
Websitewww.georgekatt.com

George Katt (born February 27th, 1975) is an American born actor who has worked in film, television and theatre.

Early life

Katt was born in New York City and attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York[1] He was roommates with actor Chris Messina when they were both studying acting in New York City.[2]

Career

In 2008, Katt received the Best Breakthrough Actor Award at the New York International Independent Film Festival for the role of Zachary "Zeus" Andrews opposite Danny Trejo in the feature film Valley of Angels.[3]

Katt received the 2012 Best Supporting Actor award at the Los Angeles Movie Awards for the role of Johnny in Red Sheep. [4]

He played Peter Fonda's son, Raylan Miller / Radar, in the film House of Bodies (also starring Academy Award Nominated actors Terrence Howard and Queen Latifah)[5] and starred in the film Percentage[6] with Ving Rhames, Macy Gray, and Omar Gooding produced by Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment.[7] In 2016, he starred in Alienated opposite Taylor Negron,[8] and the feature film Turnabout with Peter Greene.[9] Katt received the Best Actor award for his work in Turnabout at the 2016 Chain New York City Film Festival.[10]

Katt played the role of Zack on the television series Rude Awakening. [11] He played the role of the terrorist, Thomas / Methodical Man, on the television series Blindspot, the role of Marko Vrioni on the television series Unforgettable and the role of Officer Horvat on the CBS television series Bluebloods. [12]

He is the Artistic Director and Founder of The Indies Lab, a multicultural ensemble of professional actors, writers, directors and filmmakers. The Indies Lab seeks to nurture artistic growth and develops new works in independent cinema, television and stage.[13]

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