Kathryn Schorr began her professional career in the San Diego Reparatory Theater’s longest running production: “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”, directed by founder Sam Woodhouse.

Her singing and songwriting background led to the formation of her band “Kathryn Calling” and she moved to Los Angeles to promote her first album “Saturn Diaries’ co-produced with Grammy award winning guitar player/producer Jaime Kime. Still playing clubs with her band throughout Los Angeles, Kathryn was cast in her first national commercial and has appeared in dozens more including a “funniest commercial of the year winner” for Seattle’s Woodland Zoo, where while acting like a grizzly bear she ate a live trout from a fish tank. Ah, good times.

Kathryn studied comedy under Scott Sedita and later helped him develop and teach his “Eight Character of Comedy” on camera class and intensives with the amazing Todd Rohrbacher. During her time at Sedita’s Studios, the best selling book “The Eight Characters of Comedy” was published.

In 2008, Kathryn began doing stand-up, and can be seen performing her set at comedy clubs throughout Los Angeles include the world famous Comedy Store.

She is currently finishing her fifth screenplay, "Restoration Inc." a romantic comedy, as well as scripted sit-com about her life at the medical marijuana collective. She is also busy producing her non-scripted webshow, “Kathryn Schorr Man on the Street.”