Katie says the part of the teenager, Connie Kendall in Adventures in Odyssey, strangely mirrors her own life.
Two of her kids have done some voice acting and she says the third has the talent to do it as well.
Katie got into the Screen Actors Guild after she did a demo commercial for "Hawaiian Punch". It wasn't even a commercial, but a slide presentation and it still got her into the guild.
Some of her favorite comediennes are Goldie Hawn, Lily Tomlin, and the cast of Laugh-In.
Katie got interested in voice over acting when several people in the business told her how young sounding her voice was and she would be good at doing voice overs.
Katie grew up in Los Angeles, CA.
Working with Jim Henson on Muppet Babies was a dream come true for Katie.
Katie says that her role as Connie Kendall on Adventures in Odyssey is her most meaningful role to her.
The first person to inspire Katie was a newscaster named Ken Jones, who introduced her to a radio pioneer named Chuck Blore.
Katie has a B.A. in Broadcast Communication Arts.
Katie did a character voice in the video game Star Ocean: First Departure called Millie Chliette.
Katie is best known for creating children, teen, and character voices in cartoons.
Katie did the voice over for Maharajah in the movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
When Katie was growing up, she thought she wanted to be an executive secretary or a teacher.
Katie is divorced and has three kids.
Katie describes herself in her younger years in school as "A good student, but talked too much".
Katie was the reason that Jess Harnell (Wacko from Animaniacs) and Townsend Coleman (The voice of NBC) joined the series Adventures in Odyssey.
Katie says that Baby Rowlf from the series Muppet Babies was her favorite character to do.
Katie voiced Alfy in the game Alfy's Web Portal.
Katie plays Connie Kendall in the radio series Adventures in Odyssey .