SHE'S GOT HER OWN. Native New Yorker, Kara Green is an actress/singer-songwriter of Trinidadian-American descent who grew up in the Bronx/Mount Vernon. She recently had the pleasure of working on the comedic short film "The Bill," with Coffee Bluff Pictures, set to makes its debut in the upcoming months. Featured in television, short films, industrials, commercials and Off-Off Broadway shows, Kara has recently portrayed the Duchess of Hapsburg in Funnyhouse of a Negro at the Actors Studio Drama School's 2017 Repertory Season, where she recently obtained her MFA.
Unique traits: Valid Driver's License, Double-Dutching, Riding a Bicycle, Trinidadian Accent, Jamaican Accent
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress Add a Plot »
Shadow of Doubt
Television (Documentary) Actress Add a Plot »
Film (Short and Drama) Actress A woman comes home from the hospital hoping to settle in and get her life back to normal after being diagnosed with a crippling disease, however she faces a harsh reality when confronted by her landlord.
Television (Comedy) Actress Unlucky in love Emory Monroe is determined to find Mr. Right by going on a series of dates. Searching through toad after toad, this series follows Ms. Monroe on her journey as she kisses a lot of frogs in an effort to find her prince.
K12 Uniquely Brilliant
Commercial by Lotus Pictures Teacher
The Waistmaker's Opera
Theater by Downtown Arts Violet Pike/Garment Worker
Theater by Michael Jones Izzy
CBS News Promo
Herman & Shelly
Film (Romance) Actress A tragiocomic romance about two quirky, creative and ambitious children who grow up to be quirky, creative and disillusioned adults. While Herman and Shelly try to figure out who they want to be they're also faced with the question of who they are to each other. Written by Anonymous
Dull, Boring Bitch
Film by New Sydney Creative Consulting Julie
For Colored Girls...
Theater by Lehman Stages Lady In Brown
Actors Studio Drama School MFA Program