Kathleen Randazzo


Acting Faculty

Kathleen was brought up in the Boston area. She moved to Los Angeles to study acting and to pursue a career in the Entertainment Industry. Kathleen enrolled at Playhouse West as a student in 1994 and eventually became part of the staff. During his time she did several plays including “Welcome Home Soldier," the longest running play in Los Angeles, where she is still a current cast member. In 2010 Kathleen moved to Washington DC where she had much success in television and film. She had a reoccurring role as a secret service agent on the HBO series “VEEP." In 2011 she appeared as Dean Cain’s wife in the film “At the Top of the Pyramid."

The following year Kathleen returned to Los Angeles and Playhouse West. “Boy’s Life” was Kathleen’s directing debut at the Playhouse. Her second directing endeavor, “Made in America” was accepted into the 2014 Fringe Festival.Kathleen’s latest project is directing and producing her first short film “Promise."

She is proud to be part of Studio4.