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Holly Cate is an award-winning actor with over 25 years of experience in theatre, television and film.  Holly played the deliciously evil Janice Maxwell on “As The World Turns” and most recently appeared as the loveably wacky Orly in the web series The Other F Word.  Holly’s theatre credits include:  Broadway (An Ideal Husband, directed by Sir Peter Hall); leading roles in regional theatres across the country (InterAct Theatre, Portland Stage, Asolo, Pioneer, American Stage Festival and more); and numerous New York theatre appearances, including Attractive Women on the Train, for which Holly was named Best Actress for the 2002 Turnip Theatre Festival.  Favorite roles include Mabel in An Ideal Husband, the Legendary Bitch Xanthara (a feisty but fading drag queen) in the world premier of the dance-theatre piece Caw, Prospero in a gender-bending Tempest, and the Woman in Judith/Dresses/Joe, a Beckett-Stein-Brecht mash-up that premiered at the Philly Fringe in 2010.  

Most recently, Holly appeared in the virtual theatre production, Steal Her Bones, with InterAct Theatre in Philadelphia download free rtl games.

Holly has voiced characters on the Nickelodeon series Team Umizoomi and narrated several audiobooks.  She has also appeared in numerous national and regional television commercials, including a long-running spot for The New York Times that was spoofed on Saturday Night Live and David Letterman and earned Holly the dubious distinction of being named the most annoying thing in New York City by TimeOut NY in 2002 musik downloaden legal und kostenlos.

In addition to performing, Holly directs and creates her own theatre, including a three-play adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI tetralogy:  GLORY, O War, and Meaner Creatures.  In 2002, Holly created and directed The More You Look, an evening of short plays based on the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, which had a sold-out run at Access Theater in New York and was featured in Physics World film zum herunterladen.

Holly has a B.A. in English History & Literature from Harvard and an MFA in Acting from Brandeis.  Born in London and raised in Colorado, Holly now makes her home on the East Coast.