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Kathryn Greenwood

Mostly Credited As: Kathryn Greenwood
Birth Name: Kathryn Greenwood
Date Of Birth: March 21, 1962 (Age 53)
Country Of Birth: Canada
Birth Place: Scarborough, Ontario
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Kathryn Greenwood

Kathryn Greenwood (or Kathy as she prefers to be called) is a comedienne from Canada. She started working with The Second City troupe, which she was a part of for five years. Afterwards, she found work through out Ontario, Canada in various plays and TV shows, some of which include such plays as "The Glass Menagerie", "The March of Dames", "This Sitcom Is...Not to Be Repeated", and her smash hit "Our Favourite Thing". He TV credits in Canada include: "Royal Canadian Air Farce", "Made in Canada", and "This Sitcom Is...Not to Be Repeated". In 1996, she found work in a leading role on the TV drama "Wind at My Back" which lasted for 5 seasons, and 65 episodes (with Kathy appearing in 61). She played Grace Bailey, the aunt of a struggling Canadian family during the Great Depression, as well as the journalist of the town of New Bedford. After that, she crossed the border in 1999, to guest star on such shows as "The Drew Carey Show" and "The Hollywood Squares". In 2000, she joined the cast of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", and became a recurring performer for the rest of the show's run. After "Whose Line?" ended, Kathy returned to Canada, and became part of a new sketch comedy troupe with her friends called "Women Fully Clothed", which can be seen live through out Ontario. Along with being a very busy woman in her career, she is also busy in her family life. She is married to a television writer, John Dolan, and they have two children, Josephine and Phoebe. Kathy also devotes time to her fans, as she is always eager to meet them, or respond to their fanmail.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
George and Martha (1999)As: Freida -- [Voice]
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (US) (1998)As: Featured Guest (S2-S7)
Wind at My Back (1996)As: Grace Bailey
Episode Cast Credits 

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (2005) 
  Chuck Palahniuk 10x33: (Oct/31/2013) As Herself (Panelist), [Featuring]

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (US) (1998) 
  Show No. 7025 07x25: (May/23/2005) As Herself 
  Show No. 7017 07x17: (Mar/28/2005) As Herself 
  Show No. 7012 07x12: (Feb/21/2005) As Herself 
  Show No. 7002 07x02: (Jan/17/2005) As Herself 

Queer as Folk (US) (2000) 
  Back in Business 05x02: (May/22/2005) As Lila 

Wonderfalls (2004) 
  Wax Lion 01x01: (Mar/12/2004) As Ronnie 

Goosebumps (1995) 
  Phantom of the Auditorium 01x07: (Dec/01/1995) As Ms. Walker 
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Her favorite type of comedy is improv. Her least favorite is sketch.

Hates her own voice.

Attended the Agincourt Collegiate Institute for high school.

During her high school years, she worked part time in a local drug store.

Was the first ever to win the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Female Improviser of the Year.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? fans refer to her as "The Weakest Link".

Her trademarks: She almost always wears a solid colored top with black or blue jeans. She is almost always stereotyped as a ditzy and/or dumb blonde.


Her work extends to television, film, theater, and radio.

Her manager is Michael Oscars of the Oscars, Abrams, Zimel, and Association Talent + Literary Managment Company in Toronto.

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