Katherine McNamara

Known for her role in the movie “Dan in Real Life”, Katherine McNamara is an award-winning actress, dancer and advocate for education. She was born in Ireland and raised in the United States, and has an extensive background in music, film and acting. She is currently a cast member on the ABC comedy-drama series “The Middle”.

Acting career

Despite only being a teenager when she first started out in the acting world, Katherine McNamara has been a rising star in the entertainment industry. She has had numerous roles on television and in film. She has also starred in a number of theatrical productions. Some of her other notable roles include A Little Night Music, Galileo, and The Secret Garden.

McNamara has also been a part of several charity efforts. She filmed a video for a song titled “Glass Slipper” and donated the proceeds to the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 relief campaign. She also wrote a song called “My Heart Can Fly” for the Disney Channel movie Little Savages. In addition, she wrote a song called “Wait for You” for the musical A Sort of Homecoming.


Known for her emotional storytelling abilities, Katherine McNamara has appeared in over a dozen movies and television shows. Her films include A Little Night Music, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, and Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments. She also has a role in Disney’s Little Savages (2016). Her upcoming roles include Agent Game and Bunny Bravo.

Before becoming an actress, McNamara spent years performing on the stage. Her first professional role was at age 13. She starred in a musical based on Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music” at the Kansas City Repertory Theater. She went on to act in several other Broadway plays, including “Annie” and “Galileo”. Her other theatrical roles include “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “The Stand,” and “Annie.”

As an actor, McNamara has played many diverse characters. Her most notable appearances include Mia Smoak in Arrow, Lily Bowman in New Year’s Eve, and Sonya in the Maze Runner films. She has also starred in several independent films.

Music career

Despite having a successful acting career, Katherine McNamara enjoys singing. Her songs have been featured in several films and TV series. In the upcoming year, she plans to share her passion for music with her fans.

Katherine McNamara has been acting since the teen years. She has appeared in several plays and television shows. She has also worked on many Broadway plays. She has collaborated with many professionals, such as Dylan O’Brien and Jared Padalecki. She has also been involved with anti-bullying efforts. She is currently a volunteer at a children’s hospital in Los Angeles. She is also an ambassador for various organizations.

At the age of 13, Katherine began her career as a singer and actress. She was a part of a musical play on Broadway called “A Little Night Music”. She also performed with Angela Lansbury and Bernadette Peters. In high school, she graduated with honors.

Award-winning dancer

Among the many awards Katherine McNamara has received, she’s also an award-winning dancer. She was a member of the Actors Equity Young Performers Committee and took part in Equity readings. She’s also been a spokesperson for Stomp Out Bullying.

Aside from her acting career, McNamara is a talented singer, songwriter, dancer, and producer. Her songs have been featured in film and television. She is a champion for the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign. She is a lifetime Girl Scout, and has regular attendance at Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Big Slick celebrity weekend.

McNamara began her acting career at age 13, appearing in Stephen Sondheim’s musical, A Little Night Music. She then went on to star in several theater productions, including Galileo, Annie, and To Kill a Mockingbird. She then appeared in a film, A Sort of Homecoming. She was a recurring performer in the Blank Theater’s Living Room Series. She’s also a reader for the Blank Theater’s New Play Development Reading Committee.

Advocate for education

Currently, McNamara is serving as the interim coordinator for Breaking Code Silence, an organization aimed at protecting youth in residential facilities. She is also the celebrity spokesperson for the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up SchoolCycle Campaign.

After a career on Broadway, McNamara relocated to Los Angeles. She went on to star in A Little Night Music opposite Angela Lansbury and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

A passionate advocate for education, McNamara has been involved in numerous investigations into programs and schools. She has worked with law enforcement on active cases. She has also helped students become student ambassadors for Telosity, a nonprofit organization that helps improve the mental health of young people. She organized a panel at the California School Library Association conference about neuro-diverse students.

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