Hello there. I'm Kat Moraros.
Born and raised on the coast of Maine. Trained at Bates College, London Dramatic Academy, Black Box Academy, and the roller coaster of life.
I bring my whole self to working and playing every day.
Proudly represented by Gill Talent Group for TV/Film/Commercial/Print work in Chicago & New York.
To view my resume, click HERE.
I'm thrilled to be working with Fenix Theatre Company again to bring FREE Shakespeare to Portland, ME this holiday season! This production is filled with music, mayhem, and laughter. Join us Wednesdays through Fridays at 6:30pm & Saturdays at 2pm from December 8-18 at Stevens Square Community Center. The theatre is large, audience will be masked, performances are FREE or donate-what-you-Will. No reservations required, just show up!
ZOOMING THE MOVIES
Live Script Readings
I've been joining Zooming the Movies for live Facebook readings of film scripts. Sit back, pop some popcorn, grab a blanket, and see how we get creative bringing a movie to life through Zoom! I announce upcoming shows on my Facebook page.
THE DARK TOME
Enjoy this recent episode of THE DARK TOME for which I provided voiceover!
"Caitlin no longer tracks days by the calendar – instead, it’s by the theme covers of the journals she writes while she goes to work at the derelict Java Shack in Augusta, Maine. The themes of these journals, e.g. “The Days of Flaming Motorcycles,” are both a useful counter of time and contain the truthful account of her observations of the zombie apocalypse…
A mesmerizing story of pandemic and zombies by Catherynne M. Valente, NYT bestselling author of over two dozen works of fiction and poetry (including one of my personal all-time-favorites, the Orphan’s Tales).
Read by Kat Moraros, a Chicago-based actor originally hailing from North Yarmouth, Maine with extensive credits in theatre, film, and voice over acting. Find her at: @katmoraros
Female zombie FX by Sarah Golding, AKA Quirky Voices, and host of the MADIVA podcast for voice actors.
Produced, designed, and some zombie sounds by Fred Greenhalgh, co-creator of the Dark Tome."