Katie Parker (actress)

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Born
Catherine Parker

(1986-01-05) January 5, 1986 (age 35)
Virginia, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States of America
OccupationActress
Years active2008-today

Katie Parker (born January 5, 1986) is an American actress who is best known for her roles as Callie in the movie Absentia (film), Poppy Hill in the Netflix horror series The Haunting of Hill House (TV series) and Perdita Willoughby in the follow-up The Haunting of Bly Manor (2020).[1][2][3]

Career

Parker began his career with a small appearance on the TV series The Young and the Restless in 2008.

In 2011, she made her debut as Callie in the film Absentia (film), directed by Mike Flanagan (filmmaker).That same year, she participated in the series The Therapist as Amber McGowan and joined the cast of the film The Family, playing Ruby.

Later, in 2013, she starred in This Is Ellen, a short film by John Salcido, and had a role in the film Oculus (film), written and directed by Mike Flanagan (filmmaker), as Annie.[4][5]

In 2014, Parker was featured in several short films, L'agonie Pardonné by Tori Pope, The Tokyo Princess directed by Travis Greene and Daryl Perle, Tribute by John Salcido, and Entity by Michael May. That same year, she had two appearances on the TV series Masters of Sex, playing Bernadette.

In 2015, she had an appearance on The Rock-a-Bye-Baby, an episode of the TV series NCIS: New Orleans, as well as on the episode Kali of the Halt and Catch Fire (TV series). That same year, she participated in some short films such as Sleepwalker, written and directed by Clavin Weaber; Conventional, written, directed, and starring Karen Gillan; Woke Up Famous by Giles Clarke and Move Me directed by Gabe Crate.[6]

In 2016, she appeared in two chapters of the TV series Rizzoli & Isles. That same year she was part of the film The Binding directed by Gus Krieger, and the action film The Last Alleycat directed by Greg Runnels and Mark Runnels. She also participated in the short films The Gate directed by Kellie Madison, What's in the box? by Ross Ferguson, and Jon & The Wolf by Ryan Maples.

In 2017 she starred in the short films Night of Natalie, written and directed by Tori Pope; and The So Long Song, written and directed by Maria Emiko Macuaga.

In 2018, she participated in the film All The Creatures Were Stirring directed by David Ian McKendry and his wife Rebekah McKendry. That same year, she was part of the web series The Haunting of Hill House (TV series), in which she played Poppy Hill. This was produced by Netflix and directed by Mike Flanagan (filmmaker) and was based on the The Haunting of Hill House of the same name by Shirley Jackson. Also, she participated in the short TV series Ride Sech created by Kim Noonan and John Salcido.[7]

In 2019, she was chosen to play Silent Sarey in the film Doctor Sleep (2019 film), an adaptation of the Doctor Sleep (novel) of the same name by American writer Stephen King, directed by Mike Flanagan (filmmaker). And she starred in the short film The Re-Education of Jane Brown, directed by M.K. McGehee.[8]

In 2020, she had an appearance in the film Like a Boss (film) directed by Miguel Arteta. And that same year, she played Perdita Willoughby on the Netflix series The Haunting of Bly Manor directed by Mike Flanagan (filmmaker).

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role
2011 Absentia (film) Callie
2011 The Family Rubi
2013 Oculus (film) Annie
2016 The Binding Sam
2016 The Last Alleycat Petra
2018 All The Creatures Were Stirring Sasha
2018 Rust Aurora
2019 Doctor Sleep (2019 film) Silent Sarey
2020 Like a Boss (film) Recepcionist

Short-Film

Year Title Role
2013 This Is Ellen Ellen
2014 L'agonie Pardonné Papel principal
2014 The Tokyo Princess The Hooker
2014 Tribute Katie
2014 Entity Sara
2015 Sleepwalker Sam
2015 Conventional Fan Emma
2015 Woke Up Famous Allie Davenport / Kitty Stonewaller
2015 Move Me Taryn
2016 The Gate Kate Weston
2016 What's in the box? Maddie
2016 Jon & The Wolf Michelle Baron
2017 Night of Natalie Natalie
2017 The So Long Song Molly
2019 The Re-Education of Jane Brown Jane Brown

Television

Year Title Roles Notes
2008 The Young and the Restless Waitress 1 episode
2011 The Therapist Amber McGowan Episodes:

"Can't you return my calls?"

"All In"

2014 Masters of Sex Bernadette Episodes:

"One for the Money, Two for the Show"

"The Revolution Will Not Be Televised"

2015 NCIS: New Orleans Anne Burke Episode: "Rock-a-Bye-Baby"
2015 Halt and Catch Fire (TV series) Amy Episode: "Kali"
2016 Rizzoli & Isles Nicole Episodes:

"East Meets West"

"A Shot in the Dark"

2018 The Haunting of Hill House (TV series) Poppy Hill Episodes:

"The Bent-Neck Lady"

"Screaming Meemies"

"Silence Lay Steadily"

2018 Ride Sesh Katie Episode: "Katie"
2020 The Haunting of Bly Manor Perdita Willoughby Episodes:

"The Romance of Certain Old Clothes"

"The Beast in the Jungle"

References

  1. "Katie Parker". IMDb. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  2. Spencer, Samuel (2018-10-25). "The Haunting of Hill House cast: Who plays Poppy Hill? Who is Catherine Parker?". Express.co.uk. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  3. "Who plays Perdita in Haunting of Bly manor? - Katie Parker". PopBuzz. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  4. Salcido, John; Parker, Katie; Powell, Dana; Tenenbaum, David (2013-04-12), This Is Ellen, B-Side Pictures, retrieved 2020-12-03
  5. Oculus (2013), retrieved 2020-12-03
  6. "Conventional by Karen Gillan | Horror Short Film". Short of the Week. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  7. "La historia que inspiró 'La maldición de Hill House' es más aterradora que la serie". GQ España (in español). Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  8. Vega, Kiko (2019-11-03). "De 'Absentia' a 'Doctor Sueño': Mike Flanagan, el hombre tranquilo del terror". Espinof (in español). Retrieved 2020-12-03.

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