Kathryn Zaremba

Kathryn Zaremba
Born Kathryn Lauren Zaremba
(1983-09-24) September 24, 1983
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, USA
Occupation Actress, Singer, Artist, Writer, Illustrator, Surface Designer, Business Woman
Years active 1992 - 1997
Website katezarembacompany.com

Kathryn Lauren Zaremba (born September 24, 1983) is an American actress, singer, artist, writer, illustrator, surface designer, and business woman. She is best known for her roles as Annie Warbucks in the 1993 musical Annie Warbucks and Lisa Leeper on Full House.[1] Kathryn Zaremba also appeared in numerous episodes of "Sisters", "Bringing up Jack", and "The Jeff Foxworthy Show". Her last professional screen acting credit was the 1997 Disney television film "Toothless", starring Kirstie Alley. After completing "Toothless" Kathryn retired from acting and singing when she was 14 and returned home to Broken Arrow to be a regular kid.

She is a graduate of Broken Arrow Senior High School.[2] Kathryn is an alumna of Kansas City Art Institute and Corcoran College of Art and Design.[3] Today Kathryn Zaremba works as an illustrator and surface designer.[4] Kathryn sings at several venues in Washington, DC with her husband Jeremy Ney. They met in 2010 and were married in 2011.[5] Kathryn and Jeremy live in Washington, DC where she runs her business Kate Zaremba Company.[6] In addition to Kate Zaremba Company, Kathryn Zaremba also co runs The Lemon Bowl.[7]

Television and theatre credits

Title Role Year
Toothless (TV film) Carrie 1997
Performance at the Mark Taper (Los Angeles) Herself 1997
The Jeff Foxworthy Show Nettie 1996 - 1997
ANNIE (Atlanta - Fox Theatre) Annie 1997
The Crew Karen 'G-String' 1995
The Story of Santa Claus (TV special) Aurora (voice role) 1996
Bringing up Jack Molly McMahon 1995
Full House Elizabeth "Lisa" Leeper 1994 - 1995
Ruthless! Tina 1994
Sisters Roxanne "Roxie" Whatley 1994 - 1995
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
(Annie Warbucks performance)
Herself 1993
Annie Warbucks Annie 1993 - 1994
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Herself 1992


Title Role Year
Annie Warbucks Original Cast Recording Annie Warbucks 1993
Incurably Romantic: Songs of Martin Charnin Herself 1996
Broadway Kids Sing Broadway Herself 1996



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