Los Angeles based actress Catherine “Cat” Healy actress has studied with the prestigious Stella Adler Conservatory, Janet Alhanti Studios, The Groundlings Improv School and found success with supporting roles in prime-time television, including “JAG”, the MTV series “Undressed” and Showtime’s “The Cool & The Crazy” starring Alicia Silverstone and Jared Leto.
A cosmic shift and some big life changes fortuitously led Cat into the world of performance in the wildly creative, avant-garde cirque arts arena that includes fire dancing, vaudeville, variety shows cirque arts productions, and body airbrush art. Performing, painting, or producing independently and with many exotic cirque arts performance troupes for events at The Playboy Mansion, HBO, Disney World, corporate events, festivals, and many more, Cat can be seen as the mesmerizing fire dancer recorded on the jumbotron during Usher's performance of his hit single "Hot Tottie"on his live world tour.
Cat found her groove in the comedy world too. She recently wrote, produced and starred in two short films called The Interview and Vegan and Then Sum, already garnering praise on the film festival circuit. Between the two, they have received 9 Official Selections, 4 Semi-Finalist, 4 Finalist and 3 Awards.
3 best actor nominations, and a best director nomination for her team from Across The Globe Film Festival. She also received her first Award of Excellence for both comedy shorts from The IndieFEST Film Awards and Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, Outstanding Achievement Award for Vegan And Then Sum.
Cat also found success in voiceover work for a Netflix series currently in post-production called Brasoria, a supporting role in Middleton Christmas, starring Michael Pare and Eileen Davidson (now on Amazon Prime) a supporting role in D-Railed (2018) opposite SciFi icon Lance Henriksen, garnering 53 award wins and 17th nominations.