Kathy helped organize MusiKids, a non-profit organization founded to support the nurturing of musically talented children.
Kathy lent her voice to the Grammy nominated Hair: The Actor's Fund Benefit.
Kathy's favorite musical artists are Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin and Aerosmith.
Kathy appeared as herself in A Broadway Diva Christmas in 2005.
Kathy's first CD is titled "Heartbreaker".
Kathy appeared as Ron, Maggie and Clem in Bat Boy, The Musical in 2001 at The Union Square Theater.
Kathy's favorite hobbies when she is not acting are reading and swimming.
Kathy was an award-winning member of the Moore Catholic Forensic team on the city, state and national levels.
Kathy's first friend on One Life to Live was Jessica Morris who played Jen Rappaport.
Kathy is a part of ABC Daytime's CD "A Love Affair."
Kathy attended Moore Catholic High School.
Kathy received The Wagner Alumni Fellows Award in Theatre from the National Alumni Association.
While appearing in Hairspray on Broadway, Kathy received the "Phenomemal Woman" Award from 98.7 KISS FM's Morning Wake Up Club.
Kathy's favorite movies are Steel Magnolias and As Good as it Gets.
Kathy received a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2004 for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her work on One Life to Live.
Kathy created the role of Marcie Walsh on One Life to Live in October of 2002. The role was originally slated to be recurring, but she was put on contract in December of 2002.
Kathy graduated from Wagner College.
Kathy is a part of ABC daytimes "A Holiday Affair" CD.
Kathy: You go into this business because you want to touch people's lives, that's why I went into it. It's a way to express human feelings and emotions. If you help someone, that's even better.