Kat is 5'8" (173 cm), has light brown hair and blue eyes.
Katrina had to be careful in her fight scenes for The Legend of William Tell. The "deathwands" which were created for the show were made of a material called "perspex", which was quite heavy and extremely fragile, so she couldn't use it to block a blow coming at her. She and the rest of the cast had to learn to duck, dodge, or block incoming blows with empty hands.
Kat performed most of her fight scenes on the show William Tell, though she left the really dangerous stuff to the stunties.
On Kat's birthday, the wardrobe and makeup people of the show William Tell gave her a homemade action figure of herself as Aruna. They spent hours creating an exact copy of her costume in miniature, with an in-character hairstyle and makeup.
Kat's voice talents were used in the 2006 feature film Perfect Creature.
Kat enjoys sailing.
Kat was a member of the Loop Group for the show Young Hercules. She provided background conversation and sound effects.
Kat is a trained singer, and can dance in several styles, including Jazz and Ballet.
Kat was a New Zealand Champion in Surf Life Saving (Life Guard).
Kat is fluent in French.
Renee O'Connor (Xena Warrior Princess) said of Katrina, "I enjoyed playing against Katrina Browne [as Thalassa]. I found her refreshing to work off of--not as if Lucy's chopped liver or anything. It's always nice to have a guest actress come on board. They add a new element to the show."
In 2006, Katrina was a member of the panel of regulars on the New Zealand TV3 show The Firestone Direct Sugar Shack with comedian Ric Salizzo as presenter. The format of the show was to have the panel of regulars and weekly guests discuss current events, or anything else that came up.
In 2006, Kat did a Salon Logic Training DVD for Shotz Productions as a presenter/stylist.
Kat is quite athletic, and enjoys horseback riding, sailing, swimming, running (sprinting and long distance), rhythmic gymnastics, martial arts, volleyball, netball, and touch rugby.
Katrina has done dozens of commercials, from everything from Kellog's Special K, Nintendo, and Firestone. In 2008, she made several TV commercials for Nivea, Garnier, and Lotto.
Katrina can play the piano, violin, guitar, and keyboards.
In 2002 Katrina was the winner of the "Best Actress" category for the short film FilmWorthy at the Drifting Cloud Festival.
In 2001, she and her boyfriend spent three weeks completing a road trip around New Zealand in their van.