Katelin Wilcox is a classically trained, spunky redhead who fell in love with Shakespeare while studying at the Globe Theatre in London. Her strong classical background was developed over the course of a year as a Company Member at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, where she has appeared in eight productions.
Katelin was born in Maine, grew up in South Carolina, and went to school in the midwest, earning a BA double major in theatre and economics from the University of Notre Dame. Though perhaps known more for their football team than their theatre program (Go Irish!), she received an excellent liberal arts education and her senior honors thesis The Pawnbroker, a one-woman show about Brecht, had a critically-acclaimed run in the 2014 New York Fringe Festival and was extended as part of the Fringe Encore Series. Katelin is a member of Actors Equity and a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company - where she is an actor in the touring production of realer than that, an award-winning play that has been adapted into a program for colleges to promote dialogue about sexual assault.
Katelin lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.