|Real Name||Kate Morgan Chadwick|
|Net Worth 2021||$10 million USD|
|Height||1.68 m or 5 ft 6 inches|
|Weight||55 kg or 121 pounds|
|Kids Names||Michaela Grace Hamilton, Sierra Hamilton, Stella Faith Hamilton|
Kate Morgan Chadwick
|Other names||Katie Chadwick|
|Alma mater||Fordham University|
|Occupation||Actress, singer, film producer|
|Relatives||Margaret Lee Chadwick (grandmother)|
Early life and education
Chadwick grew up in La Mesa, California, the youngest of two children, with brother Teddy, born to parents Michele West Chadwick and the late Dr. David Chadwick, and graduated from the private Francis Parker School in San Diego in 2001. As a child, she performed at San Diego Junior Theatre. She continued acting in high school and college, earning a bachelor of arts degree in theater performance from Fordham College at Lincoln Center. She also trained at Upright Citizens Brigade, an improvisational and comedy group.
Chadwick toured nationally on Broadway in 2009 in Grease, co-starring as Frenchy with Taylor Hicks. The play was produced on tour by Paul Nicholas and David Ian. The following year, she performed in the a cappella musical comedy Perfect Harmony at Off-Broadway's Acorn Theater at Theater Row in New York City.
In 2012, Chadwick played the role of the lovelorn schoolteacher Samantha in Nobody Loves You at San Diego's Old Globe Theater, which The New York Times called "a delightful chamber musical." That year she also co-starred as Private Lindsay Skinner in Bad Apples, a rock musical premiere about Abu Ghraib at Circle X Theatre Company in Los Angeles.
In 2013, Chadwick performed the song "Surrender," accompanied by composer/lyricists Beth Thornley and Rob Cairns, at the 44th Annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards show. The following year, she co-wrote and produced the short film Dryve.
Also in 2016, Chadwick co-starred in Echo Theater Company's world premiere of Sheila Callaghan's play Bed at the Atwater Village Theatre. Broadway World called it "a funny, sexy and unconventional romance with music." Jennifer Chambers directed. Also in 2016, she again played Private Skinner in the play Bad Apples, this time at ACT Theatre in Seattle.
In 2017, she starred in an immersive theater production of Amos: A Play With Music at the Bootleg Theatre in Los Angeles. Play reviewer Noah J. Nelson with No Proscenium described it as "a new work by the writing team of Eva Anderson and Michael Cassady set within the world of Ukraine’s EDM scene."
Chadwick was cast in the lead role as Rebecca for the 2017 world premiere of Part of the Plan, a musical written by Kate Atkinson and Karen Harris and featuring the songbook of Dan Fogelberg, at the James K. Polk Theatre in Nashville, Tennessee. Chadwick and co-star Harley Jay previewed the play on WTVF's "Talk of the Town" show on News Channel 5, Fox's affiliate in Nashville. Chadwick, along with fellow cast members, also interviewed on tape with Out & About Nashville.
Chadwick is executive producer, co-writer and star of Oh, Baby! a short film green-lighted by Seed&Spark and in post production as of August 2019. It co-stars actor T.J. Linnard, with director and co-writer Brooke Trantor, producer and assistant director Danielle Argyros, executive producer Arden Grier, director of photography Kara Johnson, and unit production manager Courtney Stewart. The film showed at the San Diego International Film Festival in October 2021. Before that, it won the Best in Block audience award at the Blackbird Film Festival and the audience award for best short film at the Dances With Films festival. It was also nominated for best narrative short at the 2020 Florida Film Festival.
Chadwick received multiple reviews for her performance as Rebecca in the production of Part of the Plan (2017). Out & About Nashville described her portrayal as "a powerful performance" that was "sweet, but incredibly strong." The Williamson Herald called the character of Rebecca "played brilliantly by Kate Morgan Chadwick," while Broadway World Nashville described the performance as "played with unyielding grace and authenticity by Kate Morgan Chadwick."
The Los Angeles Times, in its review of Bed at the Echo Theater Company in Los Angeles, in which Chadwick played the character Holly, called her performance "fiery" and the actors "convincing." LA Weekly wrote, "Chadwick’s conclusive and full-blooded portrayal of a character that comes off as sort of a charismatic, riot grrrl–reoriented Courtney Love by way of Kathleen Hanna." On State & Screen wrote, "Chadwick in particular has a magnetic stage presence."ArtsBeatLA called her portrayal of Holly as "played brilliantly by Kate Morgan Chadwick."
Theater critic Stephen Fife, writing about the Stage Raw Awards event in May 2017, described Chadwick, who appeared on stage in casual attire to accept her award, as "alive to the comic possibilities of the moment."
In a review of Bad Apples, LA Weekly wrote that Chadwick's role as Lindsay Skinner was "outstanding." Natalie Pace with Huffington Post, in its review ofBad Apples, wrote, "... I found myself close to tears in the third act, when Kate Morgan Chadwick sings, 'Nothing Sweeter Than Surrender'." LAist wrote that Chadwick's "comedic timing is sharp."
Acting and producing recognition
- Oh, Baby!, a short film co-produced by and starring Chadwick, won Best in Block audience award at the Blackbird Film Festival
- Oh, Baby! won Audience Award for Best Short Film at Dances With Films festival.
- Named First Night's Top Ten Outstanding Actresses in a Musical for 2018 of the best in Tennessee theater for her performance in Part of the Plan.
- Placed 2nd at the 2017 Broadway World Nashville Regional Awards for Best Actress in a Musical for Part of the Plan while the play itself placed first for Best New Work.
- Named "Leading Female Performance" at Stage Raw awards ceremony on May 15, 2017, at the Los Angeles Theatre Center for her work in The Echo Theater Company's production of Bed by Sheila Callaghan.
- Winner of the 2002 National Youth Arts Award as Miss Adelaide in San Diego Junior Theatre's Guys and Dolls production.
- Oh, Baby! nominated for best narrative short at the 2020 Florida Film Festival.
- Nominated for a Gregory Award in 2017 for her theater role as Lindsay Skinner in Bad Apples.
- Nominated for 2016 Ovation Award's "Lead Actress in a Play" for her role in Bed.
- Also for Bed, nominated for "Best Lead Performance" from the 2016 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle.
- 2016 Gypsy Rose Lee Award nomination in the category "Excellence in Performance in a Musical as a Lead Actor (Female)" for her performance in Bad Apples.
- In 2013, nominated for L.A. Weekly Theater Award's "Female Musical Performance" for her role in Bad Apples.
- Nominated for 2013 Ovation Award for "Lead Actress in a Musical" for her role as Lindsay Skinner in Bad Apples.
Chadwick lives in Los Angeles with husband Clayton Apgar. She is the granddaughter of Margaret Lee Chadwick and Cmdr. Joseph Chadwick, founders of Chadwick School on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County.
|Oh, Baby!||Jane||Brooke Trantor||Short film|
|2017||Plea||Jill Sandy||Joseph Oppenheimer||Short film|
|2016||Rated||Julie||John Fortson||Short film|
|2016||Hail, Caesar||Departing Woman||Ethan Coen, Joel Coen|
|2014||Rojas and Retribution||Principle role||Daniel Porter||Short film|
|2013||Imprints||Sarah||Anthony Sellitti||Short film|
|2017||The Young and the Restless||Betsy||#1.11125|
|2014||Major Crimes||Katherine 'Kiki' Weinberger||"Cutting Loose"|
|2013||Jules and Jess||Melissa||"The Dating Game"|
|2012||Happy Endings||Waitress||"Cocktails & Dreams"|
|2011–12||Whatever, the Series||Mickey||5 episodes|
|2006-07||Mamma Mia!||Ali||Las Vegas production at Mandalay Bay|
|2010||The Butcherhouse Chronicles||Honey||Off-Broadway|
|2010||Perfect Harmony||Mickey D||Theatre Row, New York|
|2010||Stupid Kids||Judy||The Red Room, New York|
|2010||The History of Tears||Veronika/Lotte||Theatre Row, New York|
|2010||The American Dream||Mrs. Barker||Arthur Saleen Theatre, New York|
|2012||Bad Apples||Private Lindsay Skinner||Circle X Theatre, Los Angeles|
|2012||Nobody Loves You||Samantha, Bonnie||Old Globe Theater, San Diego|
|2016||Bed||Holly||Atwater Village Theatre, Los Angeles|
|2012||Bad Apples||Lindsay||Circle X Theatre, Los Angeles|
|2017||Part of the Plan||Rebecca (lead)||James K. Polk Theatre, Nashville|
|2017||Amos: A Play With Music||Viktor’s muse (lead)||Bootleg Theatre, Los Angeles|
- "La Mesa actress brings her 'Baby' home for the San Diego International Film Festival". San Diego Union-Tribune. October 14, 2021.
- "Cast and Crew - Rated Film".
- McNulty, Charles. "In 'Bed,' a tale of wounded love, the truth of the acting is a lure". Los Angeles Times.
- "Kate Chadwick and Clayton Apgar". The New York Times. 30 June 2013.
- Wilkens, John (Jan 24, 2020). "Dr. David Chadwick, pioneer in child-abuse treatment, dies at 93". San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved Jan 24, 2020.
- "Parker Magazine Spring 2015". Parker Magazine, Page 27. March 31, 2015.
- Clifford, Jane (14 May 2012). "Reflections of a Young Actress". wordpress.com.
- "Nobody Loves You Press Page". pressarchive.theoldglobe.org.
- "Photo Flash: GREASE Tour is the 'Word' in LA!". broadwayworld.com.
- Isherwood, Charles. "Perfect Harmony to End Off-Broadway Run November 13". theatermania.com.
- "For Romance as a Game, Heart Gets in the Way, 'Nobody Loves You,' TV Satire at Old Globe in San Diego". The New York Times. June 9, 2012.
- Nichols, David C. (18 October 2012). "Review: Abu Ghraib, the musical, a.k.a. 'Bad Apples'". Los Angeles Times.
- "LADCC Annual Awards – Monday March 18th – Host and Presenters announced". ladramacriticscircle.com. LA Drama Critics Circle.
- "National Board of Review Announces 2016 Award Winners". National Board of Review. November 29, 2016. Retrieved November 29, 2016.
- "Village Theatre Theatre Credits". broadwayworld.com.
- "The Hollow Core of 'Bad Apples' at ACT Theatre". seattlemet.com.
- "Dark Pulse: 'Amos: A Play With Music' Seethes With Talent (REVIEW)". noproscenium.com. 22 May 2017.
- "Stars from NYC, LA and Nashville Set for Dan Fogelberg's New Musical PART OF THE PLAN at TPAC; Cast, Creatives Announced!". broadwayworld.com.
- "TPAC Original Musical "Part of the Plan" Preview". newschannel5.com. Scripps Media. 12 September 2017.
- "Dan Fogelberg is the iPhone of music". outandaboutnashville.com. 25 August 2017.
- "Past Support Her Projects 1". womeninentertainment.org. Women In Entertainment.
- "Dripping in talent, TPAC's PART OF THE PLAN delivers". 22 September 2017.
- Herald, Helen Meeley • For the Williamson. "'Part of the Plan' brings the audience to its feet".
- Ellis, Jeffrey. "BWW Review: Fogelberg Score Soars in PART OF THE PLAN at TPAC".
- McNulty, Charles (9 February 2016). "In 'Bed,' a tale of wounded love, the truth of the acting is a lure" – via LA Times.
- Raden, Bill (9 February 2016). "A Raunchy Rocker and Her Hapless Husband Get Tripped Up in Bed". LA Weekly.
- Conley, Erin (9 February 2016). "Theater Review: Echo Theater Company's Bed".
- "Bed – Echo Theatre Co – ArtsBeatLA". www.artsbeatla.com.
- Stephen Fife (17 May 2017). "The 2017 STAGE RAW AWARDS: Smiling through the Sh*t-Storm - Better Lemons". Better-Lemons.com.
- Morris, Steven Leigh (29 November 2012). "Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including Japanese War Brides Musical Tea, With Music". LA Weekly.
- "Circle X's 'Bad Apples' Is Audacious, Exciting Theatre". laist.com. Archived from the original on 2017-11-05. Retrieved 2017-08-13.
- Ellis, Jeffrey. "First Night's Top Ten for 2018 Announced in Nashville".
- BWW News Desk. "Vote For the 2017 BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards; PART OF THE PLAN Leads Best New Work!". BroadwayWorld.com.
- "National Youth Arts - ArtsDig - Resource for youth arts". www.nationalyouththeatre.com.
- "2017 Nominator Comments". The Gregory Awards - Nominations.
- Lewis, Dave; Brown, Tracy (3 November 2016). "'Endgame' and 'The Boy from Oz' lead in 2016 Ovation Award nominations" – via LA Times.
- "2016 LADCC AWARDS – NOMINEES AND INFORMATION :: LA Drama Critics Circle". ladramacriticscircle.com.
- BWW News Desk. "2016 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards Winners Announced!". broadwayworld.com.
- Pincus-Roth, Zachary (8 April 2013). "L.A. Weekly Theater Awards 2013: The Winners". laweekly.com.
- "Center Theatre Group leads 2012-2013 Ovation Awards nominations". 16 September 2013 – via LA Times.
- "Clayton & Kate's Stylish Abode". apartmenttherapy.com.
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