KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT

Writing and acting have always been Kathryn’s twin careers. She has written three novels, Dark Passages (2012), Down and Out in Beverly Heels (2013), Jinxed (2015); a memoir, Last Dance at the Savoy (Cumberland Press, 2016) and a trilogy of books on care giving: Now With You, Now Without, The Happy Hours and A Welcome Respite (Grand Harbor 2017). Kathryn will appear in the feature The Eleventh Green (2019) with Campbell Scott, Three Christs (2018) with Richard Gere and Juliana Margulies and Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York (2018). She also appeared in Hallmark Channel’s Broadcasting Christmas (2016), Lifetime’s A Wedding to Die For (2017), has a recurring role as George Segal’s girlfriend Miriam in The Goldbergs. She wrote Dark Shadows: Return to Collinwood (2012), and appeared in a cameo role in the Johnny Depp/Tim Burton film, Dark Shadows (2012)

Kathryn grew up on a farm in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. Upon graduation from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Kathryn landed the ingénue lead in the classic Gothic daytime drama Dark Shadows (ABC, 1966-1971), and starred in the 1971 MGM feature, House of Dark Shadows. Kathryn played four roles in the series: Maggie Evans, Josette du Pres, Lady Kitty
 Hampshire and Rachel Drummond. Kathryn wrote Dark Shadows Memories to coincide with its 20th anniversary and Dark Shadows Companion as a 25th 
anniversary tribute.

Kathryn launched Pomegranate Press, Ltd. to publish books about the entertainment industry, including guide books, biographies, textbooks and coffee table art books. She wrote The Bunny Years (the 25-year history of Playboy Clubs told through
the women who worked as Bunnies), which was sold to Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer. She also co-produced a two-hour special for the A&E Network, and a one-hour documentary for BBC-1 and Canadian TV, based on the book. Pomegranate has published over 50 nonfiction titles, including Scott’s books, Lobby Cards: The Classic Films (Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Coffee Table
Book) and Lobby Cards: The Classic Comedies, both of which were published in the U.K. by Bloomsbury. She published a Tradepaper edition of the hardcover biography, Coya Come Home, with a Foreword by Walter F. Mondale (2012).

Kathryn's theatrical credits include a lengthy run with James Stewart in Harvey in London's West End. She has appeared in many television series and mini-series, including Barbara Taylor Bradford’s Voice of the Heart, Dan Travanti's wife in Murrow, George C. Scott's mistress in The Last Days of Patton, Philip Marlowe's girlfriend in Chandlertown, and series regular with Brian Dennehy in Big Shamus, Little Shamus. Feature films include Providence, The Great Gatsby, Brannigan, The Greek Tycoon, Assassination, 187 and Parasomnia, Dr. Mabuse, Dark Shadows, Three Christs, etc.

Kathryn maintains homes in Los Angeles and New York.